Transforming building energy and resource use on campus

How can the infrastructure of the Johanneberg campus be transformed to drastically reduce the energy and environmental impact and what are innovative pathways to such a conversion? Through technological energy and resource economic modelling of the Chalmers campus building stock, pathways for transformation are analyzed and compared.

Partner organizations

  • Chalmers Fastigheter (Private, Sweden)
  • Akademiska Hus (Public, Sweden)
  • SSPA Sweden AB (Private, Sweden)
Start date 01/07/2015
End date The project is closed: 30/06/2017


 

Project members

Project leader
Zack Norwood

Project members
Zack Norwood
Holger Wallbaum
Filip Johnsson
Marina Papatriantafilou

Contact
Zack Norwood

External partners
​Akademiska Hus
Chalmers Fastigheter
Statens Fastighetsverk
Göteborg Energi
Chalmers Areas of Advance
​Energy

Funded by

  • Chalmers (Site, Sweden)
  • Chalmers (Publisher, Sweden)

The project is carried out at Energy on campus, Sustainable building group in Building technology, Energy systems group in Energy technology, Distributed computing and systems group in Computer science and engineering.

More information can be found at  Energy on Campus (Epoc) homepage

Keywords: campus, transformation, resources, energy

Published: Fri 25 Sep 2015. Modified: Fri 15 Sep 2017