RESILIENT competence center aims to become an internationally leading hub where partners co-create critical research and practice-based knowledge for successful development and implementation of new technologies, practices and methods that will provide sustainable energy solutions of future.
The aim of the RESILIENT Energy Systems Competence Centre is to provide new research-based knowledge, tools and practices that adopt a systemic perspective for secure and optimal energy supply in sustainable, fossil-free energy systems with low climate impact, and in accordance with the Agenda 2030 sustainable development goals. The focus of this project is on interaction of the different system elements, including integration of novel technologies and processes and the organisations and people being part of the system.
To achieve this, partners representing different stakeholders and research disciplines of the resilient energy systems are included in the Centre. The Centre will enable collaborative research and learning between the partners and engaged stakeholders including academia, cities, regions, energy utilities, vendors of technologies and systems utilities, regional transportation providers, building owners and city developers. The lead partner of the project is Mälardalens universitet. This is a project involving a consortium of four universities, RISE and over 25 public/private organizations.