December 6, 2017

Chalmers University of Technology

Chalmers University of Technology
Department of Energy and Environment
Division of Energy Technology
Hörsalsvägen 7B
412 96 Göteborg
Sweden
Tel +46 (0)31-772 1152
http://www.chalmers.se/

Erik Ahlgren, Chalmers University of Technology
– My role in the FutureGas project is as member of the steering committee and to lead work package 3 on gas for transport.
– The thing I’m looking forward to the most is the broad future-oriented focus of the project, to address issues of strong importance for the transition to a zero carbon energy system, and to collaborate with the many various Danish stakeholders in the project
– Electric or gas stove? Does it matter?

Dejene Assefa, Chalmers University of Technology
– My role in the FutureGas project is: I will be participating in WP3 – gas for transport. My main role will be on the modelling of various transport gas technologies for a system perspective scenarios analysis. The aim is to identify economic competitiveness and least-cost transport decarbonization pathways while allowing, in the model, other green fleet technologies to compete.
– The thing I’m looking forward to the most is working together with others as one, for the FutureGas project to be a success!
– Electric or gas stove? The short answer is: it depends! The long answer is as follows: As an environment friendly person, if the sources of electricity are renewable, I would prefer to use an electric stove rather than a gas stove, though it destroy a huge amount of exergy (the quality of electric energy).