ENSYSTRA 765515
Research Project , 2017 – 2021


In the ENSYSTRA project, the aim is to train 15 ESRs in state of the art science of
energy systems transition, scenario analysis and energy modelling tools and methods. The overall 'objectives of the ENSYRA project are:


To advance the methodological and modelling capabilities of the energy system analysis field by building on state-of-the art methods and modelling tools, by enhancing model (and methodological) collaboration, and by enhancing linkages between different relevant disciplines as well as between different relevant knowledge carriers such as academia, applied research and industry.

To train ESRs in a strong interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral perspective on energy transition, with strong insight in the linkages between different science fields and methods.

To provide ESRs with key skills and competences to apply interdisciplinary
analysis and state of-the-art science in an industrial, governmental and applied knowledge institutes setting. Such a profile of the ESRs will enhance future career opportunities in different sectors.

To establish long term collaboration in the field of (energy) systems analysis between key universities (Aalborg, Chalmers, Edinburgh, Flensburg, Groningen and Stavanger) and their respective international networks (Energy Modelling Forum (EMF), European Energy Research Alliance (EERA), Implementing Agreements of the International Energy Agency (IEA)).

To create and strengthen the linkages between academic disciplines (cross and
interdisciplinary approach), industrial sectors and government bodies which are relevant to support the energy transition process of the North Sea region, including those involved in the existing FP7 -ENSEA collaborative network.

To create wider impact on relevant scientific arenas that come together in energy system integration and transition management, both from a methodological pers
pective (such as the development of advanced modelling techniques), as well as with the aim to advance academic teaching (with enhanced crossdisciplinary interaction) in these areas.

To contribute to better accessible energy science based on open source, data, access and knowledge, and to train ESRs in the practice of open science.

Participants

Fredrik Hedenus (contact)

Senior forskare vid Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Physical Resource Theory

Funding

European Commission

Funding Chalmers participation during 2017–2021 with 5,089,225.00 SEK

Related Areas of Advance and Infrastructure

Sustainable development

Driving Forces

Building Futures

Areas of Advance

Energy

Areas of Advance

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Latest update

2017-11-02