Mistra REES - Resource Efficient and Effective Solutions

The Mistra REES research program is a collaboration between leading academic environments, industrial companies and societal actors with the aim of creating knowledge about more resource-efficient and effective solutions (REES) based on a circular economy. The research has been ongoing since 2015, and behind the initiative is a consortium of three universities – Linköping University, Lund University and Chalmers – as well as a number of small and large companies. Since December 2019, the research program’s focus has been expanded to also include financial analysis and business economics aspects of the circular shift.

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Is it better to rent clothes than to buy them?

Mistra REES researcher Emma Johnson explains what the research says in SVT Rapport. Listen here! If you wish to... Read more

27 July, 2021

New article on business models for electric vehicle lithium-ion batteries

A new article in Resources, Conservation and Recycling analyses current business models lithium-ion batteries among... Read more

26 May, 2021

Remanufacturing is future’s manufacturing!

Remanufacturing is future’s manufacturing!   Remanufacturing is a key component within a circular economy.... Read more

7 May, 2021

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