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This is Energy Economics Lab (EEL)

Energy Economics Lab is a center for research on energy markets and energy systems. By combining engineering and economics expertise in an interdisciplinary research environment we can offer you the help you need to address market- and business challenges related to the transition to a sustainable energy system.

The challenges

Energy systems are constantly evolving, and we have entered a period of significant change. Rapid growth in electricity production from renewable and intermittent sources such as wind and solar power, a decentralization of the power system with more active end-users, new demand from electrical vehicles, and increased international integration are examples of factors that currently shape the energy landscape.

Energy markets must adapt and adjust to the ongoing changes. Regulatory frameworks and market structures can be both barriers and enablers for the transition. Finding smart energy market designs and regulations is therefore key for enabling an efficient and sustainable energy system.

Further, a new market environment means that established business models may no longer be viable, and new business opportunities emerge. Business ideas abound, but which ones will be financially sound, and under what circumstances?

Finally, with a wide range of possible future development paths, making the right investment decisions and policy choices is challenging. High-quality development scenarios and techno-economic system models are needed to make more informed decisions.

To meet these challenges and research needs, Energy Economics Lab delivers high-quality research and analysis to – and in cooperation with – a wide range of partners and stakeholders.

How we work

Energy Economics Lab manages and participates in research and innovation projects, with funding from the private sector as well as public and private research funding agencies. We aim to involve external partners in all our research projects and to work with organizations of all sizes across the industry. We have previously collaborated with small and large energy companies, regulators, academia, technology providers, grid operators and others. We work with Swedish, European and international partners.

Are you looking for a research and innovation partner? Would you like to learn more about what we do and how we can work with you? Get in touch!