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Mistra Carbon Exit receives SEK 66 million for a second research phase


Research program Mistra Carbon Exit, where the Department of Economics is one partner, receives funding for a second phase of up to SEK 66 million over the next four years.
"We are convinced that our results will contribute to Sweden's conversion to net zero emissions," says program manager Lars Zetterberg.

Following an evaluation by an international panel of experts, the Mistra board has decided to allocate research funding for the program for a second phase. The panel recommends that the various parts of the program be linked together and that the program work to ensure that content and results have a clearer impact on society.

Read the full story at Mistra Carbon Exit webpage