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Lunch Lecture: Urban Energy

  • Room D, 3mE Faculty, TU Delft (map)

By balancing the urgent need of energy transition with an ever increasing energy demand, FED aims to play a key role in creating fossil free cities in Europe. FED has established a district scale innovative demonstrator of a local energy marketplace, uniquely integrating electricity, district heating and district cooling. In line with the aims of the Energy Union and EU energy targets, FED enables a fossil-free and secure supply of energy as well as long-term business models for a future energy market with higher use of sustainable energy sources. FED is financed by UIA, Urban innovative Actions.

Stina Rydberg, Johanneberg Science Park is the project manager for FED. Stina is an experienced project manager after several years working with projects within sustainable development and urban development. She has a solid energy background after working with development projects in electricity production at the Swedish energy company Vattenfall. She holds a MSc in Chemical Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Claes Sommansson, Johanneberg Science Park is vice coordinator for the FED project and responsible for the Energy Arena at Johanneberg Science Park in Gothenburg (Sweden). He previously served as Research and Development manager at Gothenborg Energi (city owned power supply company).