The TEN21 team

Resourceful Futures, Chris Garside

Chris Garside has a keen interest in bringing together innovation and finance to unlock net zero heat. Chris is a UK based lawyer specialised in low carbon investments and is one of the founding partners in TEN21. Chris is the perfect matchmaker between green minded investors and low carbon projects.

Chris is founder of Resourceful Futures, which is one of the partner organizations in the TEN21 collaboration. Resourceful Futures works with policy makers and investors to accelerate development of the political and technical features of net zero projects to unlock significant investment flows into the relevant sector.

IVL Swedish Research Environmental Institute, Kristina Lygnerud

Kristina Lygnerud specialises in business model innovation in district energy. She has worked extensively with urban waste heat recovery in several EU funded projects. Kristina is one of the founding partners in TEN21 and is a force of action within the organization. She is project lead on many TEN21 projects.

Kristina is senior advisor at IVL, the Swedish Environmental Institute. IVL is one of the partner organisations at TEN21, and do projects on the interaction between ecological, economic, and social perspectives.

In addition to the work Kristina puts into TEN21, she is a professor in Industrial and Financial Economics at Lund University as well as chair of the European research and technology platform for district energy, DHC+. So, if you need to know anything about the EU taxonomy, Kristina is the person to ask.


Energy Modelling Lab, Kenneth Karlsson

Energy Modelling Lab is specialised in designing and building energy system optimisation models from national scale down to district heating areas. The company is a spin-off from the energy system analysis group from the Technical University of Denmark. EML are using models to capture all the system interaction and competition between solutions that is difficult fully grasp even for experts. Kenneth Karlsson is director and partner in EML and has more than 20 years of experience in energy system modelling both as researcher and consultant.

EURAC, Roberto Fedrizzi

EURAC is an Italian research institute specialized in low temperature District Heating and Cooling networks. It is at the forefront of low temperature implementations in innovation action projects funded by the European Commission. With a unique cutting edge in technologies and management approaches, the organization has the capacity to design and validate the implementation of low temperature solutions.

NODA, Christian Johansson

NODA Intelligent Systems provides thermal AI solutions throughout the value chain of a project. For successful low temperature implementation digitalization is key. NODA has been developing cutting edge AI solutions for the energy, property and automation industries for more than 15 years. NODA is based in Sweden with partner offices in Europe, North America and Asia.