About the project
There is large uncertainty regarding how to succeed in the transition to fossil free fuels. In municipalities and regions, there are uncertainties regarding what to choose for procurements today, as well as for the long-term planning.
This project has aimed at supporting local capacity to develop fossil free fuel transport systems, with improved information on renewable fuels in a systems perspective and development of smart ICT solutions. Through local case studies as well as international literature reviews, the project has analyzed how visions and strategies can be used to strengthen the understanding of the actions needed, what information is needed in different situations and how available ICT solutions support decision-making.
The analysis is based on scientific theories with different systems perspectives: ICT systems for the transport sector, life cycle assessment and strategies for sustainable development.
A scientific publication is beeing prepared within the project.
Cecilia Sundberg, SLU
Anna Kramers, KTH // Kes McCormick, Tareq Emtairah, Charlotte Leire, Alvar Palm and Nicholas Dehod, Lund University (IIIEE) // Göran Albjär, Uppsala County Board // Camilla Winqvist, Heby municipality
July 2015 - December 2016
Total project cost
1 337 082 SEK
Swedish Energy Agency, the f3 partners, SLU, KTH, Lund University, Uppsala County Board and Heby municipality
Swedish Energy Agency's project number within the collaborative research program