Impartial energy market research from experienced researchers

Combining expertise in engineering and economics

Working with partners from across the energy landscape

Supporting decisionmakers with high-quality analysis

Helping market actors navigate the future market landscape

This is Energy Economics Lab

Energy Economics Lab is a center for research on energy markets and energy systems. We combine engineering and economics expertise in an interdisciplinary research environment to address market and business challenges related to the transition to a sustainable energy system. Energy Economics Lab is an initiative by RISE Research Institutes of Sweden.

Our core capabilities

Market design & regulation

Analyzing the design and regulation of energy markets require a combination of practical domain knowledge, an understanding of the technologies involved and a well-equipped tool box for economic analysis and modeling. Energy Economics Lab combine these competences under one roof. As an independent research institute, we can provide objective and impartial research on regulations and market designs.

Business case evaluations

With detailed knowledge about electricity markets, strong quantitative analysis capabilities and technological expertise, Energy Economics Lab is uniquely positioned to provide financial evaluations of business cases involving new energy technologies and solutions.

System analysis & scenarios

The researchers behind Energy Economics Lab have many years of experience in building and using techno-economic models for simulating energy systems. This, in combination with methods for developing scenarios for future development paths, enables Energy Economics Lab to offer decision support tools for investors, policy makers and local utility stakeholders.

Energy Economic Lab’s stakeholder groups

Consumers

Industries

Local energy communities

Consumer organisations

Technology providers

Manufacturers of electrical components

District heating components

Heat pumps

Control systems

Metering equipment, etc.

Energy companies

Energy utilities

Energy retailers

Grid owners

Producers

Energy service companies

(New) service providers, etc.

Academia

Universities

Authorities

Energy agencies

Regulators

System operators

Municipalities

Political initiatives

Knowledge providers

Consultants

Institutes

Consumers

Industries

Local energy communities

Consumer organisations

Technology providers

Manufacturers of electrical components

District heating components

Heat pumps

Control systems

Metering equipment, etc.

Energy companies

Energy utilities

Energy retailers

Grid owners

Producers

Energy service companies

(New) service providers, etc.

Academia

Universities

Authorities

Energy agencies

Regulators

System operators

Municipalities

Political initiatives

Knowledge providers

Consultants

Institutes

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