Energy Cloud: Engineering Localized, Digitized, Sustainable NetworksSemester Course

Engineering Energy Cloud Elective Course at DIS Stockholm
Major Discipline(s)
Engineering, Environmental Science
Elective Course
Fall/Spring semester

Traditional energy platforms rely on energy extraction from fossil fuels and a centralized system for energy distribution to consumers. Our warming world, however, requires major transformations in these current energy systems. In Scandinavia, these disruptions are already underway. This course focuses on decarbonizing the global economy while moving us toward localized and renewable energy ecosystems. How do we shift linear, one-way power flows – from centralized energy generation to end consumers – to more sustainable, digitized, and dynamic energy systems? Study the technological and societal considerations needed to implement these new platforms, which aim to reduce our carbon footprint while moving societies toward the energy cloud – a dynamic and decentralized energy ecosystem that manages local energy sources, supply, and demand.

Related Discipline(s)

This course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
Chemistry / Biochemistry, Physics / Biophysics


Chang Su

DIS Stockholm Semester Faculty

Ph.D. in Energy Technology, KTH (Royal Institute of Technology), Stockholm, Sweden (2019). Researcher at Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE). Previously researcher at KTH Research Initiative on Sustainable Industry and Society (IRIS) platform. Specializes in energy sector subjects, including renewable energy, heating systems and data science in energy systems analysis. Has taught courses in energy management, heat transfer, and energy policy and market. With DIS since 2021.

Energy Cloud: Engineering Localized, Digitized, Sustainable Networks, Chang Su