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Havvindmøllepark
05 DEC

Young people more positive about offshore wind farms

A more positive outlook may impact how close to the coast future offshore wind farms and energy islands can be constructed and therefore also the costs of building these...

Jaap Daalhuizen
21 NOV

Jaap Daalhuizen receives DTU's teaching award 2022

This year's DTU Teaching Award goes to Associate Professor Jaap Daalhuizen from DTU Management.

Serverrum
16 NOV

Utilize waste heat from data centers in district heating

A new report from the Cool-Data project sheds light on the possibilities for utilizing flexibility and waste heat from data centers in Denmark. DTU's researchers answer...

Kisten Halsnæs på talerstol
03 NOV

Prestigious prize for DTU Management professor

DTU Management professor Kirsten Halsnæs and her working group in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) receive the 2022 Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity...

Biler der holder i kø
17 OCT

Traffic jams cost time and money

A new development trial will gather experience on whether tolls can reduce congestion.

Marie Münster
13 OCT

Should we share our energy with neighboring countries?

Energy of the future will come from multiple energy sources and should be part of a regional collaboration.

Phoebe Kondouri ved talerstol
22 SEP

New Professor at DTU Management

DTU Management is pleased to welcome Professor Phoebe Koundouri, a leading scientist in the field of environmental and natural resource economics and sustainable development...

Mand med cykel på vej ind i tog
21 MAR

DTU Management researcher wins ERC grant

Senior researcher Sonja Haustein receives an ERC Consolidator grant for the project URGENT - Choice, necessity or chance? Understanding behavior change in Transport.

Billede af Ramazan
17 JAN

The trash is full of technologies

New professor in energy economics' focus is on interdisciplinarity to solve the challenges within the energy area.

2021
17 DEC

New professor will be adding reality checks to sustainable transformations

New professor in applied economics Karyn Morrissey wants her research to benefit successful sustainable transformations by reflecting society as it is.