REDISET GO!Nov 13, 2023
Episode 4 - Suvi Karirinne and electrification in the Nordics
The fourth REDISET GO! Podcast episode with VEBIC's Director Suvi Karirinne is about exploring the future of energy in the Nordics and beyond. Suvi provides expert insights on the Nordic region's advanced electricity grids, the potential and challenges of technologies like PVs and EVs, and the complexities of transitioning from fossil fuels to sustainable energy sources.
Episode 3 - Sonja Berjlin and the future of energy system transition
Have you ever considered that simply deleting 5-10 emails from your deleted email folder could contribute to significant energy savings? Or have you thought about leaving warm bathwater to heat your home and consequently reduce your electricity bill?
In this episode, we're joined by Sonja Berjlin, the dynamic leader of REDISET. Sonja not only serves as a Senior Principal Consultant at DNV but also holds the esteemed position of Professor in Sustainable Integrated Energy Systems at KTH. Together, we delve into topics related to the transition towards renewable, energy-based grids and explore the role of consumers in the demand-side response.
This episode offers a wealth of knowledge for those interested in becoming a part of the resilient digital energy transition. Join us to discover how you can actively contribute to this transformative journey!
REDISET Website: https://www.kth.se/rediset
A variety of factors, including social engineering in cyber security, can have an impact on the social structure in which the energy sector operates. In this episode, we define social engineering and social manipulation and discuss what they can entail in the context of the energy industry. Petra Berg and Linda Turtola from the University of Vaasa are the hosts for this episode.
The REDISET project aims to look at descriptions of future energy systems and expected threat scenarios related to these. This episode is an introduction to the project featuring the project leaders Sonja Berjlin (KTH), Petra Berg (University of Vaasa) and Karina Barnholt Klepper (FFI).