3D-printing can reduce environmental impacts of trucks

28 September, 2018  |  General

3D-printed truck engines have the potential to reduce the total environmental impact of trucks. That is the conclusion of Daniel Böckin at Chalmers, who shows how companies can make their products and services more resource efficient. Daniel Böckin is a Ph.D. student at Chalmers Division of Environmental Systems Analysis, Department of Technology Management and Economics, and one of the... Läs mer

Donald Huisingh from the University of Tennessee visiting LiU

31 August, 2018  |  General

On the 10th of September will professor Donald Huisingh from the University of Tennessee give a seminar about “What are the Challenges for University Faculty, Students, Alumni, Government, Industry and Society-at Large to Plan and Implement ways to “Accelerate the Transition to Equitable, Sustainable, Livable, Post Fossil-Carbon Societies”” His visit at Linköping University, sponsored... Läs mer

Mistra REES programme director in Paris for IEC meeting on Circular Economy

28 June, 2018  |  General

Mattias Lindahl, as ISO’s Technical Committee's representative, is participating in a 3 days long (26-28 of June) ad-hoc group IEC meeting about Circular Economy in Paris. He presented outcomes from ISOs Ad Hoc Group on Circular Economy that was held in Berlin, the 4th of June. Circular Economy issues is a hot topic and Mistra REES research has and will contribute to developing the area.... Läs mer

Mistra- REES present at the ECEEE 2018 Industrial conference in Berlin

18 June, 2018  |  General

For the first time, the ECEEE industrial efficiency conference in Berlin included not only energy efficiency but also resource efficiency / the Circular Economy in the conference research themes. Therefore, Anna Brunzell and Carl Dalhammar fr5om the Mistra REES programme were present at the conference to inform about REES and hand out REES publications and information materials. Carl also had a... Läs mer

Design Process for Implementation of Circular Economy in the Automotive Industry – A case study of Volvo Cars

14 June, 2018  |  General

An interesting master thesis, supervised by REES researcher Mattias Lindahl, was recently presented at Linköpings University. The thesis answers how a design process can support the implementation of circular economy in an automotive industry. The study involves a case of Volvo Cars and focuses on polymer components in the car interior. The design process involves a future shared mobility... Läs mer

ECEEE panel pitching

14 June, 2018  |  General

#eceee2018 panel session pitching to start of this years gatheeing. Let the industrial energy efficiency blow our ideas for low-carbon minds! pic.twitter.com/Dmye4gMFMB— Mistra REES (@MistraRees) 11 juni... Läs mer

Industrial Efficiency 2018 Leading the low-carbon transition

14 June, 2018  |  General

REES policy research expert #carldalhammar & coordinator @AnnaBrunzell from #MISTRAREES arr representant REES at the #eceee2018 in Berlin. Keep an eye here to follow exciting discussions and results on energy efficiency & circular economy @MistraForskning pic.twitter.com/qgZERUDCBS— Mistra REES (@MistraRees) 11 juni... Läs mer

Informal session panel 2 – Carl Dalhammar leads discussion on resources

14 June, 2018  |  General

#REES researcher #Carldalhammar from @IIIEElund chairs one of the informal sessions at the #eceee2018 Panel 2 now discussing models on synergies and trade-offs from products life-cycle. pic.twitter.com/MbgfKTVp3R— Mistra REES (@MistraRees) 12 juni... Läs mer