Holger Wiertzema

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Bottom–Up Assessment Framework for Electrification Options in Energy-Intensive Process Industries

Holger Wiertzema, Elin Svensson, Simon Harvey
Frontiers in Energy Research. Vol. 8
Journal article

Electrify everything! Challenges and opportunities associated with increased electrification of industrial processes

Johan Rootzén, Magnus Brolin, Holger Wiertzema et al
Eceee Industrial Summer Study Proceedings. Vol. 2020-September, p. 415-424
Paper in proceeding

Evaluation of hybrid electric/gas steam generation for a chemical plant under future energy market scenarios

Holger Wiertzema, Simon Harvey, Elin Svensson
Proceedings of the ECEEE Industrial Summer Study 2020, p. 243-252
Paper in proceeding

Evaluation of Hybrid Electric Steam Generation for a Chemical Plant under Future Energy Market Scenarios

Holger Wiertzema, Elin Svensson, Simon Harvey
Other conference contribution

Bottom-up methodology for assessing electrification options for deep decarbonisation of industrial processes

Holger Wiertzema, Max Åhman, Simon Harvey
Proceedings of the ECEEE Industrial Summer Study 2018. Vol. Volume 2018-June, p. 389-397
Paper in proceeding

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PROCEL Opportunities for decarbonisation of industrial processes through increased electrification

Simon Harvey Energy Technology
Holger Wiertzema Energy Technology
Swedish Energy Agency

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