Research




Research

DTU Management - Sustainability Division - Research 

 

In the Sustainability division we strive to deliver a quantitative and evidence-based approach to research and decision support for a sustainable transition across all fields and sectors in society. 

The Sustainability division is divided into four research sections: 

Contact

Signe Krarup
Head of Division
DTU Management
+45 45 25 15 02

Quantitative Sustainability Assessment

We develop science-based methods and tools for quantitative assessment of environmental and social impacts of products and systems across their technological life cycle.

 

 

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Climate Economics and Risk Management

We are developing methods, tools and decision-support to assess the societal consequences of the preventive measures and effects of the climate change.

 

 

 

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Energy Economics and Regulation

We design policy instruments, regulatory frameworks and market designs that facilitate the green energy transition in an efficient socio-economic way.

 

 

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Energy Systems Analysis

We develop and apply energy system models that integrate all energy carriers, sectors and applications in order to model the main challenges for the green energy transition.

 

 

 

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