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Thollander Patrik
Professor Linkoping University & University of Gavle
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Barriers to and driving forces for energy efficiency in the non-energy intensive manufacturing industry in Sweden
P Rohdin, P Thollander
Energy 31 (12), 1836-1844, 2006
4532006
Barriers to and drivers for energy efficiency in the Swedish foundry industry
P Rohdin, P Thollander, P Solding
Energy policy 35 (1), 672-677, 2007
4352007
Energy policies for increased industrial energy efficiency: Evaluation of a local energy programme for manufacturing SMEs
P Thollander, M Danestig, P Rohdin
Energy policy 35 (11), 5774-5783, 2007
3862007
An energy efficient Swedish pulp and paper industry–exploring barriers to and driving forces for cost-effective energy efficiency investments
P Thollander, M Ottosson
Energy Efficiency 1 (1), 21-34, 2008
3822008
Energy management in industry–a systematic review of previous findings and an integrative conceptual framework
M Schulze, H Nehler, M Ottosson, P Thollander
Journal of cleaner production 112, 3692-3708, 2016
3602016
Extending the energy efficiency gap
S Backlund, P Thollander, J Palm, M Ottosson
Energy Policy 51, 392-396, 2012
3592012
Energy management practices in Swedish energy-intensive industries
P Thollander, M Ottosson
Journal of Cleaner Production 18 (12), 1125-1133, 2010
3492010
Barriers to industrial energy efficiency in foundries: a European comparison
A Trianni, E Cagno, P Thollander, S Backlund
Journal of Cleaner Production 40, 161-176, 2013
2762013
Empirical investigation of barriers and drivers to the adoption of energy conservation measures, energy management practices and energy services in the Swedish iron and steel …
JC Brunke, M Johansson, P Thollander
Journal of Cleaner Production 84, 509-525, 2014
2682014
Beyond barriers–A case study on driving forces for improved energy efficiency in the foundry industries in Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, and Sweden
P Thollander, S Backlund, A Trianni, E Cagno
Applied Energy 111, 636-643, 2013
2362013
An interdisciplinary perspective on industrial energy efficiency
J Palm, P Thollander
Applied Energy 87 (10), 3255-3261, 2010
2272010
Improving energy efficiency in industrial energy systems: An interdisciplinary perspective on barriers, energy audits, energy management, policies, and programs
P Thollander, J Palm
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
2152012
Barriers to and driving forces for industrial energy efficiency improvements in African industries–a case study of Ghana's largest industrial area
RW Apeaning, P Thollander
Journal of Cleaner Production 53, 204-213, 2013
1712013
A review of barriers to and driving forces for improved energy efficiency in Swedish industry–Recommendations for successful in-house energy management
MT Johansson, P Thollander
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 82, 618-628, 2018
1312018
An energy efficiency program for Swedish industrial small-and medium-sized enterprises
P Thollander, E Dotzauer
Journal of Cleaner Production 18 (13), 1339-1346, 2010
1252010
Categorizing barriers to energy efficiency: an interdisciplinary perspective
P Thollander, J Palm, P Rohdin
Energy efficiency, 49-63, 2010
1252010
Reducing industrial energy costs through energy-efficiency measures in a liberalized European electricity market: case study of a Swedish iron foundry
P Thollander, M Karlsson, M Söderström, D Creutz
Applied Energy 81 (2), 115-126, 2005
1232005
Optimization as investment decision support in a Swedish medium-sized iron foundry–a move beyond traditional energy auditing
P Thollander, N Mardan, M Karlsson
Applied Energy 86 (4), 433-440, 2009
982009
Impact after three years of the Swedish energy audit program
S Backlund, P Thollander
Energy 82, 54-60, 2015
812015
Specific energy consumption/use (SEC) in energy management for improving energy efficiency in industry: Meaning, usage and differences
A Lawrence, P Thollander, M Andrei, M Karlsson
Energies 12 (2), 247, 2019
802019
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