Niclas Mattsson

Post doc at Physical Resource Theory
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2019

Learning by modeling energy systems

Niclas Mattsson
Doctoral thesis
2017

Using resource based slicing to capture the intermittency of variable renewables in energy system models

Mariliis Lehtveer, Niclas Mattsson, Fredrik Hedenus
Energy Strategy Reviews. Vol. 18, p. 73-84
Journal article
2016

Using Resource Based Slicing to Capture the Intermittency of Variable Renewables

Mariliis Lehtveer, Niclas Mattsson, Fredrik Hedenus et al
Preprint
2013

Meeting global temperature targets-the role of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage

Christian Azar, Daniel Johansson, Niclas Mattsson
Environmental Research Letters. Vol. 8 (3)
Journal article
2008

Effects of perturbations in a dynamic system – The case of Nordic power production

Niclas Mattsson, Thomas Unger, Tomas Ekvall
Preprint
2006

Consequential modelling of Vistar combustion: a feasibility study

Tomas Ekvall, Niclas Mattsson, Maria Münter
Abstracts – 16th Annual Meeting of SETAC-Europe
Other conference contribution
2002

Introducing Uncertain Learning in an Energy System Model: A Pilot Study Using GENIE

Niclas Mattsson
International Journal of Global Energy Issues. Vol. 18, p. 253-265
Journal article
1997

Assessing New Energy Technologies Using an Energy System Model with Endogenized Experience Curves

Niclas Mattsson, Clas-Otto Wene
International Journal of Energy Research. Vol. 21, p. 385-393
Journal article

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