Visual interpretation: Trains and tracks in sunset
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Northern LEAD researchers in Triple F program

​Sweden is now gathering its forces to reduce carbon emissions from freight traffic — in the form of a broad innovation initiative in which academia, research institutes, industry and government agencies are collaborating. Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg participate in the programme. ​
​Both Chalmers and University of Gothenburg participate in the large Triple F (Fossil Free Freight) research and innovation programme, which is focused on a fossil-free freight transportation system. The Swedish Transport Administration is funding the program with SEK 290 million over 12 years. 

Maria Oscott, PhD student alumni from Chalmers and former director of Northern LEAD, is leading the programme. 

If you want to know more or participate in the project, please contact our Northern LEAD representatives​:

  • Primary contact at Chalmers: Violeta Roso 
  • Member of the Research advisory board: Mats Johansson
  • Member of the Program board: Kajsa Hulthén
  • Primary contact at University of Gothenburg: Johan Woxenius


Published: Wed 24 Oct 2018. Modified: Thu 25 Oct 2018