Johanna Beiron

Postdoc at Energy Technology

Johanna's research targets the transformative change of oil refineries towards net-negative CO2 emissions by 2045. This entails both reducing CO2 emissions at the refinery itself, but also the substitution of fossil oil with biogenic or carbon dioxide-neutral resources.

Johanna also works with techno-economic analyses of carbon dioxide capture from biogenic emission sources, for example Swedish combined heat and power plants, and the evaluation of flexibility potential for thermal power plants in the future electricity system with expanding shares of weather-dependent electricity generation.

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Showing 18 publications

2023

Carbon capture from combined heat and power plants – Impact on the supply and cost of electricity and district heating in cities

Johanna Beiron, Fredrik Normann, Filip Johnsson
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. Vol. 129
Journal article
2023

Plant and system-level performance of combined heat and power plants equipped with different carbon capture technologies

Tharun Roshan Kumar, Johanna Beiron, Max Biermann et al
Applied Energy. Vol. 338
Journal article
2022

A techno-economic assessment of CO2 capture in biomass and waste-fired combined heat and power plants – A Swedish case study

Johanna Beiron, Fredrik Normann, Filip Johnsson
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. Vol. 118
Journal article
2022

Integration of CCS in Combined Heat and Power Plants in a City Energy System

Johanna Beiron, Fredrik Normann, Filip Johnsson
Proceedings of the 16th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference (GHGT-16) 23-24 Oct 2022
Paper in proceeding
2022

Flexibility provision by combined heat and power plants – An evaluation of benefits from a plant and system perspective

Johanna Beiron, Lisa Göransson, Fredrik Normann et al
Energy Conversion and Management: X. Vol. 16
Journal article
2022

BIO-CCS I FJÄRRVÄRMESEKTORN – SYNTES

Håkan Sköldberg, Johanna Beiron, Mathias Fridahl et al
Report - Energiforsk AB
2022

The role of BECCS in providing negative emissions in Sweden under competing interests for forest-based biomass

Johanna Beiron, Sebastian Karlsson, Henrik Skoglund et al
Other conference contribution
2021

A Case Study of the Potential for CCS in Swedish Combined Heat and Power Plants

Johanna Beiron, Fredrik Normann, Filip Johnsson
15th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference 2021, GHGT 2021
Paper in proceeding
2020

Flexible operation of a combined cycle cogeneration plant - A techno-economic assessment

Johanna Beiron, Rubén Mocholí Montañés, Fredrik Normann et al
Applied Energy. Vol. 278
Journal article
2020

Combined heat and power operational modes for increased product flexibility in a waste incineration plant

Johanna Beiron, Rubén Mocholí Montañés, Fredrik Normann et al
Energy. Vol. 202
Journal article
2020

Efficient utilization of industrial excess heat for carbon capture and district heating

Max Biermann, Åsa Eliasson, Elin Fahrman et al
Other conference contribution
2019

Enhancement of CO2 Absorption in Water through pH Control and Carbonic Anhydrase - A Technical Assessment

Johanna Beiron, Fredrik Normann, Lars Kristoferson et al
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 58 (31), p. 14275-14283
Journal article
2019

Operational flexibility of combined heat and power plant with steam extraction regulation

Johanna Beiron, Rubén Mocholí Montañés, Fredrik Normann
Proceedings of 11th International Conference on Applied Energy
Paper in proceeding
2019

Dynamic modeling for assessment of steam cycle operation in waste-fired combined heat and power plants

Johanna Beiron, Rubén Mocholí Montañés, Fredrik Normann et al
Energy Conversion and Management. Vol. 198
Journal article
2018

An assessment of the flexibility of combined heat and power plants in power systems with high shares of intermittent power sources

Johanna Beiron, Rubén Mocholí Montañés, Fredrik Normann et al
Other conference contribution

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2017–2020

Flexible Combined heat and power plants for power systems with volatile electricity prices

Fredrik Normann Energy Technology
Johanna Beiron Energy Technology 1
Swedish Energy Agency

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