Andrea Egeskog

Doktorand at Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Physical Resource Theory

Andrea Egeskog does research within the bioenergy field. Production of sugarcane based ethanol from Brazil is her focus area. How sugarcane based ethanol production as well as sugarcane expansion for ethanol affect the greenhouse gas balance is a relevant question. Andrea is also very interested in questions regarding socioeconomic effects stemming from sugarcane expansion.

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Projects

2009–2018

Sustainable European Energy Systems

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

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Publications

2016

Actions and opinions of Brazilian farmers who shift to sugarcane—an interview-based assessment with discussion of implications for land-use change

Andrea Egeskog, alberto barretto, Göran Berndes et al
Land Use Policy. Vol. 57, p. 594-604
Journal article
2011

Integrating bioenergy and food production - A case study of combined ethanol and dairy production in Pontal, Brazil

Andrea Egeskog, Göran Berndes, Flavio Freitas et al
Energy for Sustainable Development. Vol. 15 (1), p. 8-16
Journal article
2010

’Expansion of sugarcane ethanol in the state of São Paulo, Brazil

Andrea Egeskog, Flavio Freitas, Gerd Sparovek et al
Conference poster
2010

The REFUEL EU road map for biofuels in transport: Application of the project’s tools to some short-term policy issues

Marc Londo, Sander Lensink, André Wakker et al
Biomass and Bioenergy. Vol. 34 (2), p. 244-250
Journal article
2010

Strategies For 2nd Generation Biofuels In Eu - Co-firing to stimulate feedstock supply development and process integration to improve energy efficiency and economic competitiveness

Göran Berndes, Julia Hansson, Andrea Egeskog et al
Biomass and Bioenergy. Vol. 34 (2), p. 227-236
Journal article
2009

Co-generation of biofuels for transportation and heat for district heating systems – an assessment of the national possibilities in the EU

Andrea Egeskog, Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes et al
Energy Policy. Vol. 37 (12), p. 5260-5272
Journal article
2008

Eyes on the track, mind on the horizon: The REFUEL EU Road Map for biofuels

Marc Londo, Sander Lensink, André Wakker et al
Conference contribution
2008

Cogeneration of biofuels and heat in the European district heating systems

Julia Hansson, Andrea Egeskog, Göran Berndes et al
Conference contribution
2008

On the possibility for co-generation of biofuels for transport and heat for district heating systems in EU25

Andrea Egeskog, Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes et al
Conference contribution
2007

Sugarcane ethanol production in Brazil: An expansion model sensitive to socioeconomic and environmental concerns

Gerd Sparovek, Göran Berndes, Andrea Egeskog et al
Journal article
2007

Sugarcane ethanol production in Brazil: An expansion model sensitive to socioeconomic and environmental concerns

G. Sparovek, Göran Berndes, Andrea Egeskog et al
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining. Vol. 1 (4), p. 270-282
Journal article