Sten Karlsson
Sten Karlsson
Physical Resourse Theory, Dep. of Energy and Environment, Chalmers University of Technology
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Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles as regulating power providers: Case studies of Sweden and Germany
SL Andersson, AK Elofsson, MD Galus, L Göransson, S Karlsson, ...
Energy policy 38 (6), 2751-2762, 2010
Integration of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles in a regional wind-thermal power system
L Göransson, S Karlsson, F Johnsson
Energy Policy 38 (10), 5482-5492, 2010
Concrete vs. wood in buildings-An energy system approach
J Nässén, F Hedenus, S Karlsson, J Holmberg
Building and Environment 51, 361-369, 2011
Are multi-car households better suited for battery electric vehicles?–Driving patterns and economics in Sweden and Germany
N Jakobsson, T Gnann, P Plötz, F Sprei, S Karlsson
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 65, 1-15, 2016
Material constraints for thin-film solar cells
BA Andersson, C Azar, J Holmberg, S Karlsson
Energy 23 (5), 407-411, 1998
Commuter route optimized energy management of hybrid electric vehicles
V Larsson, L Johannesson Mårdh, B Egardt, S Karlsson
Intelligent Transportation Systems, IEEE Transactions on 15 (3), 1145-1154, 2014
Decoupling-past trends and prospects for the future
C Azar, J Holmberg, S Karlsson
Swedish Environmental Advisory Council, 2002
Better performance or lower fuel consumption: Technological development in the Swedish new car fleet 1975–2002
F Sprei, S Karlsson, J Holmberg
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 13 (2), 75-85, 2008
Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles: How individual movement patterns affect battery requirements, the potential to replace conventional fuels, and economic viability
LH Björnsson, S Karlsson
Applied Energy 143, 336-347, 2015
On designing socio-ecological indicators
J Holmberg, S Karlsson
Society and the environment: a Swedish research perspective, 89-106, 1992
Cost-effective energy carriers for transport–The role of the energy supply system in a carbon-constrained world
F Hedenus, S Karlsson, C Azar, F Sprei
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 35 (10), 4638-4651, 2010
What are the value and implications of two-car households for the electric car?
S Karlsson
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 81, 1-17, 2017
The potential for brake energy regeneration under Swedish conditions
LH Björnsson, S Karlsson
Applied energy 168, 75-84, 2016
Electrification of the two-car household: PHEV or BEV?
LH Björnsson, S Karlsson
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 85, 363-376, 2017
Closing the Technospheric Flows of Toxic Metals: Modeling Lead Losses from a Lead‐Acid Battery System for Sweden
S Karlsson
Journal of Industrial Ecology 3 (1), 23-40, 1999
GPS measurement of Swedish car movements for assessment of possible electrification
S Karlsson, LH Kullingsjö
2013 World Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition (EVS27), 1-14, 2013
The exergy of incoherent electromagnetic radiation
S Karlsson
Physica scripta 26 (4), 329, 1982
Energy, entropy and exergy in the atmosphere
S Karlsson
Chalmers Tekniska Hoegskola. Doktorsavhandlingar, 1990
Energy efficiency versus gains in consumer amenities—An example from new cars sold in Sweden
F Sprei, S Karlsson
Energy Policy 53, 490-499, 2012
A sustainable Baltic region. Session 3: Man and materials flows: towards sustainable materials management
S Karlsson (ed)
Baltic Univ. Programme, 1997
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