Currently, the research group conducts research on societal impact on renewable energy that take into account planetary boundaries, challenges and support for emerging energy communities especially on Eastern Europe, modelling vulnerabilities of energy systems change, identifying and modelling system/sector interlinkages on energy, food and mobility, path dependency and path break-out in electricity sector in Europe and decarbonising energy systems.

The group members are sustainability oriented, analysing both, energy system change and stability that are both important in energy system transition. Research skills and expertise stem from strong backgrounds on qualitative and quantitative research and the work is both very interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary oriented. Research group teach a master’s level 4 credits course on energy and society in the Department of Energy Technology.

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