Eoin Ó Broin

Doktorand at Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Energy Technology

Eoin Ó Broin's research involves using top-down (econometric) and bottom up (simulation) modelling of energy demand in the European building stock to make scenarios for energy demand to 2050. He has an M.Sc. in Industrial Ecology from Chalmers and a B.Eng. in Electronic Engineering from the University of Limerick and has also undertaken internships at the UN ECE Committee on Housing and Land Management and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development in Geneva, Switzerland.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2009–2015

Sustainable European Energy Systems

Filip Johnsson Energy Technology
Erika Mata Las Heras Energy Technology
Lina Reichenberg Energy Technology
Anh Tuan Le Electric Power Engineering
Lisa Göransson Energy Technology
Mikael Odenberger Energy Technology
Johan Rootzén Energy Technology
Henrik Thunman Energy Technology
Emil Nyholm Energy Technology
Eoin Ó Broin Energy Technology
Joel Goop Energy Technology
Ulrika Claeson Colpier Energy Technology
Fredrik Normann Energy Technology
Göran Berndes Physical Resource Theory
Jan Kjärstad Energy Technology
Andrea Egeskog Physical Resource Theory
Stefan Wirsenius Physical Resource Theory
Jonas Nässén Physical Resource Theory
Thore Berntsson Industrial Energy Systems and Technologies
Simon Harvey Industrial Energy Systems and Technologies
Katarina Gårdfeldt Centre for Environment and Sustainability (GMV)
Maria Taljegård Energy Technology
Halmstad University
Vattenfall
Swedish Energy Agency

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Publications

2015

Quantification of the Energy Efficiency Gap in the Swedish Residential Sector

Erika Mata Las Heras, Filip Johnsson, Jonas Nässén et al
Energy Efficiency. Vol. 8 (5), p. 975-993
Journal article
2015

The influence of price and non-price effects on demand for heating in the EU residential sector

Eoin Ó Broin, Filip Johnsson, Jonas Nässén
Energy. Vol. 81, p. 146-158
Journal article
2015

Energy efficiency policies for space heating in EU countries: A panel data analysis for the period 1990–2010

Jonas Nässén, Filip Johnsson, Eoin Ó Broin
Applied Energy. Vol. 150, p. 211-223
Journal article
2015

Quantification of the Energy Efficiency Gap in the Swedish Residential Sector

Jonas Nässén, Eoin Ó Broin, Erika Mata Las Heras et al
Energy Efficiency. Vol. 8 (5), p. 975-993
Journal article
2013

The effect of improved efficiency on energy savings in EU-27 buildings

Erika Mata Las Heras, Anders Göransson, Eoin Ó Broin et al
Energy. Vol. 57, p. 134-148
Journal article
2012

Modelling Energy demand to 2050 in the EU Building Stock – a bottom-up analysis

Eoin Ó Broin, Anders Göransson, Filip Johnsson et al
Paper in proceedings
2011

Future demand for space heating in buildings: a top-down analysis

Jonas Nässén, Eoin Ó Broin, Filip Johnsson
EUROPEAN ENERGY PATHWAYS. Pathways to Sustainable European Energy Systems, pp. 363-367, p. 363-367
Chapter in monograph, book
2011

Quantifying the Energy Efficiency Gap for Space and Water heating in the Residential Sector in Sweden

Erika Mata Las Heras, Eoin Ó Broin, Filip Johnsson et al
Paper in proceedings
2011

A top-down approach to modelling national energy demand: example of residential sector space heating

Jonas Nässén, Eoin Ó Broin
Methods and Models used in in the project Pathways to Sustainable European Energy Systems, p. 131-135
Chapter in monograph, book
2011

Future end use energy demand in the European building stock

Erika Mata Las Heras, Anders Göransson, Eoin Ó Broin
EUROPEAN ENERGY PATHWAYS. Pathways to Sustainable European Energy Systems, p. 345-352
Chapter in monograph, book
2009

Towards Energy Efficient Housing – the importance of local energy planning

Jonas Lodén, Eoin Ó Broin, Filip Johnsson
Paper in proceedings
2007

Energy use in European buildings - monitoring the pathway towards a sustainable built environment

Filip Johnsson, Eoin Ó Broin
Proceedings of 2007 AGS Annual Meeting - Pathways to our common future , Barcelona, Spain, p. 111-112
Conference contribution