Elisabeth Wetterlund
Elisabeth Wetterlund
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Biomass gasification opportunities in a district heating system
K Difs, E Wetterlund, L Trygg, M Söderström
Biomass and Bioenergy 34 (5), 637-651, 2010
Biomass gasification in district heating systems–the effect of economic energy policies
E Wetterlund, M Söderström
Applied Energy 87 (9), 2914-2922, 2010
Optimal localisation of biofuel production on a European scale
E Wetterlund, S Leduc, E Dotzauer, G Kindermann
Energy 41 (1), 462-472, 2012
Cost optimization of biofuel production–The impact of scale, integration, transport and supply chain configurations
S de Jong, R Hoefnagels, E Wetterlund, K Pettersson, A Faaij, ...
Applied energy 195, 1055-1070, 2017
Systems analysis of integrating biomass gasification with pulp and paper production–Effects on economic performance, CO2 emissions and energy use
E Wetterlund, K Pettersson, S Harvey
Energy 36 (2), 932-941, 2011
Integration of next-generation biofuel production in the Swedish forest industry–A geographically explicit approach
K Pettersson, E Wetterlund, D Athanassiadis, R Lundmark, C Ehn, ...
Applied Energy 154, 317-332, 2015
Power-to-gas and power-to-liquid for managing renewable electricity intermittency in the Alpine Region
S Mesfun, DL Sanchez, S Leduc, E Wetterlund, J Lundgren, M Biberacher, ...
Renewable energy 107, 361-372, 2017
Supply assessment of forest biomass–a bottom-up approach for Sweden
R Lundmark, D Athanassiadis, E Wetterlund
biomass and bioenergy 75, 213-226, 2015
Co-gasification of black liquor and pyrolysis oil: Evaluation of blend ratios and methanol production capacities
J Andersson, E Furusjö, E Wetterlund, J Lundgren, I Landälv
Energy Conversion and Management 110, 240-248, 2016
Assessing the climate impact of district heating systems with combined heat and power production and industrial excess heat
L Olsson, E Wetterlund, M Söderström
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 96, 31-39, 2015
Optimal localisation of next generation biofuel production in Sweden
E Wetterlund, K Pettersson, R Lundmark, J Lundgren, S Leduc, ...
The Swedish Knowledge Centre for Renewable Transportation Fuels (f3), 2013
Implications of system expansion for the assessment of well‐to‐wheel CO2 emissions from biomass‐based transportation
E Wetterlund, K Pettersson, M Magnusson
International Journal of Energy Research 34 (13), 1136-1154, 2010
Optimal use of forest residues in Europe under different policies—second generation biofuels versus combined heat and power
E Wetterlund, S Leduc, E Dotzauer, G Kindermann
Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery 3 (1), 3-16, 2013
Methanol production via black liquor co-gasification with expanded raw material base–Techno-economic assessment
L Carvalho, J Lundgren, E Wetterlund, J Wolf, E Furusjö
Applied energy 225, 570-584, 2018
CHP or biofuel production in Europe?
S Leduc, E Wetterlund, E Dotzauer, G Kindermann
Energy Procedia 20, 40-49, 2012
Techno-economic assessment of catalytic gasification of biomass powders for methanol production
L Carvalho, E Furusjö, K Kirtania, E Wetterlund, J Lundgren, M Anheden, ...
Bioresource technology 237, 167-177, 2017
Possibilities for CO2 emission reduction using biomass in European integrated steel plants
H Mandova, S Leduc, C Wang, E Wetterlund, P Patrizio, W Gale, ...
Biomass and Bioenergy 115, 231-243, 2018
Achieving carbon-neutral iron and steelmaking in Europe through the deployment of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage
H Mandova, P Patrizio, S Leduc, J Kjärstad, C Wang, E Wetterlund, ...
Journal of cleaner production 218, 118-129, 2019
Assessing the aggregated environmental benefits from by-product and utility synergies in the Swedish biofuel industry
M Martin, E Wetterlund, R Hackl, KM Holmgren, P Peck
Biofuels, 1-16, 2017
System studies of forest-based biomass gasification
E Wetterlund
Linköping University Electronic Press, 2012
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