An innovative research-based endeavour towards a 100% renewable energy system in Europe

The ‘Renewable Energy Investment Strategies’ project, or RE-INVEST, aims to design robust, cost-effective investment strategies that will facilitate an efficient transformation towards a 100% renewable energy system in Europe.

RE-INVEST gathers 17 partners from universities and the energy sector in a unique transformational approach: a complete redesign of the whole energy system, utilizing the synergies between heat, electricity and transport.

We aim to overcome the silo-thinking that characterizes traditional energy sectors by using a two-dimensional interconnectivity approach alongside existing and new energy infrastructures.

  • By 2050, The EU hopes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80%
  • We hope to accomplish an energy system that is sustainable 100%
  • we will be working with 17 partners over the next 4 years

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Read about recent RE-INVEST events

The preliminary programme for the upcoming 4th edition of the International  Conference on Smart Energy Systems and...

RE-INVEST along with 4DH Centre co-organise for second consecutive year the 4th International Conference on...

You can find here a list with the most relevant peer-reviewed articles, co-authored by members...

RE-INVEST Partners and Modelling team during the round-table discussing how energy systems might look like...

RE-INVEST Partners and Modelling team attending the workshop. RE-INVEST organised a workshop on 'Modelling the...

Presentation of RE-INVEST: View of the EGMONT Hall, National Museum of Denmark, during the plenary...

RE-INVEST Partners and Management Board after the end of kick-off meeting. The RE-INVEST kick-off meeting...

Europe and Denmark are facing major investments in our energy systems. The long-term challenge is...

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