Simon Öberg

Doctoral Student at Energy Technology

Simon is working with hydrogen as an energy carrier in the energy system and its potential usage in industrial gas turbines. The research is relevant since the requirement for decarbonization in the energy system is both crucial and urgent, and hydrogen may have an important role to play in the future energy system.

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2023

Low-cost hydrogen in the future European electricity system – Enabled by flexibility in time and space

Viktor Walter, Lisa Göransson, Maria Taljegård et al
Applied Energy. Vol. 330
Journal article
2022

The cost dynamics of hydrogen supply in future energy systems – A techno-economic study

Simon Öberg, Mikael Odenberger, Filip Johnsson
Applied Energy. Vol. 328
Journal article
2022

The value of flexible fuel mixing in hydrogen-fueled gas turbines – A techno-economic study

Simon Öberg, Mikael Odenberger, Filip Johnsson
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. Vol. 47 (74), p. 31684-31702
Journal article
2022

Exploring the competitiveness of hydrogen-fueled gas turbines in future energy systems

Simon Öberg, Mikael Odenberger, Filip Johnsson
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. Vol. 47 (1), p. 624-644
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