Mariliis Lehtveer
Mariliis Lehtveer
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Bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS): Global potential, investment preferences, and deployment barriers
M Fridahl, M Lehtveer
Energy Research & Social Science 42, 155-165, 2018
The potential role of ammonia as marine fuel—based on energy systems modeling and multi-criteria decision analysis
J Hansson, S Brynolf, E Fridell, M Lehtveer
Sustainability 12 (8), 3265, 2020
Techno-economic review of alternative fuels and propulsion systems for the aviation sector
K Dahal, S Brynolf, C Xisto, J Hansson, M Grahn, T Grönstedt, M Lehtveer
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 151, 111564, 2021
What future for electrofuels in transport? Analysis of cost competitiveness in global climate mitigation
M Lehtveer, S Brynolf, M Grahn
Environmental science & technology 53 (3), 1690-1697, 2019
Biomass in the electricity system: A complement to variable renewables or a source of negative emissions?
V Johansson, M Lehtveer, L Göransson
Energy 168, 532-541, 2019
Nuclear power as a climate mitigation strategy–technology and proliferation risk
M Lehtveer, F Hedenus
Journal of Risk Research 18 (3), 273-290, 2015
The benefit of collaboration in the North European electricity system transition—System and sector perspectives
L Göransson, M Lehtveer, E Nyholm, M Taljegard, V Walter
Energies 12 (24), 4648, 2019
The role of negative carbon emissions in reaching the Paris climate targets: The impact of target formulation in integrated assessment models
DJA Johansson, C Azar, M Lehtveer, GP Peters
Environmental Research Letters 15 (12), 124024, 2020
How much can nuclear power reduce climate mitigation cost?–Critical parameters and sensitivity
M Lehtveer, F Hedenus
Energy Strategy Reviews 6, 12-19, 2015
BECCS and DACCS as negative emission providers in an intermittent electricity system: why levelized cost of carbon may be a misleading measure for policy decisions
M Lehtveer, A Emanuelsson
Frontiers in Climate 3, 647276, 2021
Using resource based slicing to capture the intermittency of variable renewables in energy system models
M Lehtveer, N Mattsson, F Hedenus
Energy strategy reviews 18, 73-84, 2017
Managing variable renewables with biomass in the European electricity system: Emission targets and investment preferences
M Lehtveer, M Fridahl
Energy 213, 118786, 2020
Multi-criteria analysis of nuclear power in the global energy system: Assessing trade-offs between simultaneously attainable economic, environmental and social goals
M Lehtveer, M Makowski, F Hedenus, D McCollum, M Strubegger
Energy Strategy Reviews 8, 45-55, 2015
Estonian energy supply strategy assessment for 2035 and its vulnerability to climate driven shocks
M Lehtveer, M Pelakauskas, C Ipbüker, M Howells, HH Rogner, A Das, ...
Environmental progress & sustainable energy 35 (2), 469-478, 2016
Actuating the European energy system transition: indicators for translating energy systems modelling results into policy-making
M Lehtveer, L Göransson, V Heinisch, F Johnsson, I Karlsson, E Nyholm, ...
Frontiers in Energy Research 9, 677208, 2021
Using Resource Based Slicing to Capture the Intermittency of Variable Renewables
M Lehtveer, N Mattsson, F Hedenus, M Soini
Chalmers University http://publications. lib. chalmers. se/publication/238707, 2016
emIAM v1. 0: an emulator for Integrated Assessment Models using marginal abatement cost curves
W Xiong, K Tanaka, P Ciais, DJA Johansson, M Lehtveer
EGUsphere 2023, 1-39, 2023
Modelling the Role of Nuclear Power and Variable Renewables in Climate Change Mitigation
M Lehtveer
PQDT-Global, 2016
emIAM v1. 0: an emulator for Integrated Assessment Models using marginal abatement cost curves
K Tanaka, W Xiong, P Ciais, D Johansson, M Lehtveer
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU-11431, 2023
Multi-Criteria Analysis of Nuclear Power in the Global Energy Systems: Trade-Offs between Cost, Energy Security and Climate Impacts
M Lehtveer
IRENA: International Renewable Energy Agency, 2015
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