Georgia Savvidou

Doctoral Student at Energy Technology

Georgia Savvidou’s research focuses on energy transition and the intersection between energy and sustainable development under a project in collaboration with IVL Swedish Environmental Institute. Briefly, the project aims to increase knowledge about the conversion to a 100% renewable electricity system in a sustainable and resource-efficient way, while ensuring security of supply and competitiveness. This involves qualitative analysis to define the most critical sustainability indicators, techno-economic modeling to capture large-scale integration of variable electricity generation and the variation management required and scenario development.

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2021

Actuating the European Energy System Transition: Indicators for Translating Energy Systems Modelling Results into Policy-Making

Mariliis Lehtveer, Lisa Göransson, Verena Heinisch et al
Frontiers in Energy Research. Vol. 9
Journal article
2020

A bridging framework for studying transition pathways – From systems models to local action in the Swedish heating domain

Måns Nilsson, Adis Dzebo, Georgia Savvidou et al
Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Vol. 151
Journal article
2019

Development aid for energy in Small Island Developing States

Aaron Atteridge, Georgia Savvidou
Energy, Sustainability and Society. Vol. 9 (1)
Journal article

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