ENSYSTRA Research Projects
ENSYSTRA is focusing on four main research lines. The project is designed to look at the interaction of technology, behaviour and governance, and to investigate how these interactions feed into and are linked to whole energy systems.
PhD research subjects range from energy systems modelling, scenario analysis, technology development, socio-technical cultures, participatory approaches, investment modelling, market design and cross-border regulatory frameworks.
International training network
ENSYSTRA provides all ESRs with academic research training, in general ‘transferrable’ skills, and ‘on the job’ training in the energy sector. ESRs benefits from workshops, summer schools and subject specific courses. The ESRs carry out research at a home university and at the secondment partners (link partner page) and they intensively interact with each other through joint research and the international training network.
ENSYSTRA aims to contribute to better accessible energy science. Research in ENSYSTRA based the principles of open -source, -data, -access and –knowledge.