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  • One billion to be invested in electric mobility

    [18 Sep 2017] The Swedish government has decided to invest one billion kronor in the transition to an electrified transport sector. An important part of the initiative is a test bed in Gothenburg. Research institute Rise and Chalmers University of Technology will jointly build and own the facility.

  • Agenda 2030, inclusion and mingle with sustainability pros at Act Sustainable! - an inspiration day for university students in Gothenburg

    [28 Aug 2017] Registration has now opened for Act Sustainable!, this year¿s inspiration day around sustainability issues for all students at University of Gothenburg and Chalmers. The afternoon aims to inspire students and let them discuss and deepen their knowledge around sustainable development.

  • Flexible heating cuts costs and environmental impact

    [4 Jul 2017] When district heating is in great demand, producers often have to fire up expensive fossil-fuel boilers. But research at Chalmers shows that costs and CO2 emissions can be reduced by diverting buildings¿ use of thermal energy to other times of the day and night.

  • Cool innovation for energy saving in supermarkets

    [4 Jul 2017] Refrigeration stands for almost 50% of the total energy consumption in supermarkets. The Chalmers and Climate-KIC supported start-up ChillServices seek to change that by saving around 3 to 5 % with easy implemented measures, and the researchers are convinced that 30-40% efficiency improvement is within reach.

  • The global issues are crucial to our relevance

    [4 Jul 2017] Chalmers has a strong profile in relation to the sustainability issues that Sweden and other wealthy countries are facing, but there is huge potential for development from a global perspective. The end of May marked the starting point for Chalmers-wide work towards the UN's global development goals, with a focus on the third world.

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