Julia Hansson

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

Julia Hansson's research aims to provide perspectives on future bioenergy use and trade and renewable fuels for transport in a global, European and Swedish policy context using mainly energy system and policy analysis. For example, it includes assessments of different sustainability aspects and future marine fuels. Julia is Post doc at the division of Pysical Resource Theory at part-time which means that she divides her working hours between Chalmers and IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2016–2017

An innovation policy framework and policy options for the development of biorefineries

Hans Hellsmark Environmental Systems Analysis
Julia Hansson Physical Resource Theory
f3 – Swedish Knowledge Centre for Renewable Transportation Fuels
Swedish Energy Agency

2015–2019

Future alternative transport fuels (Future Fuels)

Ingemar Denbratt Combustion
Karin Munch Combustion
Josefine Preuss Combustion
Maria Grahn Physical Resource Theory
Frances Sprei Physical Resource Theory
Sofia Poulikidou Physical Resource Theory
Julia Hansson Physical Resource Theory
Selma Brynolf Physical Resource Theory
Simon Harvey Energy Technology
Swedish Energy Agency

2016–2017

Consideration to highly biodiverse grasslands in sustainability certification and other regulation: implications for bioenergy supply potentials

Göran Berndes Physical Resource Theory
Julia Hansson Physical Resource Theory
Formas

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Publications

2017

The potential for electrofuels production in Sweden utilizing fossil and biogenic CO2 point sources

Julia Hansson, Roman Hackl, Maria Taljegård et al
Frontiers in Energy Research. Vol. 5 (4), p. 12-
Journal article
2017

Future demand for forest-based biomass for energy purposes in Sweden

Pål Börjesson, Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes
Forest Ecology and Management. Vol. 383 (January), p. 17-26
Journal article
2017

The potential role of forest management in Swedish scenarios towards climate neutrality by mid century

Olivia Cintas Sanchez, Göran Berndes, Julia Hansson et al
Forest Ecology and Management. Vol. 383 (January), p. 73-84
Journal article
2017

Electrofuels for the transport sector: A review of production costs

Selma Brynolf, Maria Taljegård, Maria Grahn et al
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
Journal article
2016

Electrofuels: a review of pathways and production costs

Maria Grahn, Selma Brynolf, Maria Taljegård et al
Conference contribution
2016

Logistical, economic, environmental and regulatory conditions for future wood pellet transportation by sea to Europe: The case of Northwest Russian seaports

Svetlana Proskurina, Heli Rimppi, Jussi Heinimö et al
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Vol. 56, p. 38-50
Journal article
2016

Consideration to Highly Biodiverse Grasslands in Sustainability Certification and other Regulation: Implications for Bioenergy Supply Potentials

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes, Oskar Englund
Proceedings 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition
Paper in proceedings
2016

The Role of Swedish Forest to Achieve the Climate Neutrality Target in the Energy Sector by 2050

Olivia Cintas Sanchez, Göran Berndes, Pål Börjesson et al
Proceedings 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition
Paper in proceedings
2016

The cost-effectiveness of electrofuels in comparison to other alternative fuels for transport in a low carbon future

Maria Grahn, Selma Brynolf, Julia Hansson et al
European Biomass Conference and Exhibition Proceedings, 24thEUBCE, Amsterdam (24thEUBCE), p. 1472-1478
Conference contribution
2016

The potential influence of sustainability criteria on the European Union pellets market—the example of Sweden

Julia Hansson, Roman Hackl
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment. Vol. 5 (4), p. 413-429
Journal article
2015

Prospects for domestic biofuels for transport in Sweden 2030 based on current production and future plans

Maria Grahn, Julia Hansson
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment. Vol. 4 (3), p. 290-306
Journal article
2015

Greenhouse gas performance of heat and electricity from wood pellet value chains – based on pellets for the Swedish market

Julia Hansson, Fredrik Martinsson, Mathias Gustavsson
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining. Vol. 9 (4)
Journal article
2015

Electrofuels – a possibility for shipping in a low carbon future?

Maria Taljegård, Selma Brynolf, Julia Hansson et al
Proceedings of International Conference on Shipping in Changing Climates, Glasgow, Nov 2015. Vol. 2, p. 405-418
Conference contribution
2015

Prospects for Domestic Biofuels for Transport in Sweden 2030 Based on Current Production and Future Plans

Maria Grahn, Julia Hansson
Advances in Bioenergy: The Sustainability Challenge, p. 431-446
Chapter in monograph, book - peer reviewed
2013

Utsikt för förnybara drivmedel i Sverige

Julia Hansson, Maria Grahn
Report
2013

Biofuels and land use in Sweden: an overview of land-use change effects

Jonas Höglund, Serina Ahlgren, Maria Grahn et al
Report
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-firing biomass with coal for electricity generation—An assessment of the potential in EU27

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes, Filip Johnsson et al
Energy Policy. Vol. 37 (4), p. 1444-1455
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
2009

Future bioenergy trade in the EU: modelling trading options from a cost-effectiveness perspective

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 17 (1), p. 27-36
Journal article
2009

Co-firing biomass with coal for electricity generation-An assessment of the potential in EU27

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes, Filip Johnsson et al
Energy Policy. Vol. 37 (4), p. 1444-1455
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

The potential for biomass co-firing with coal in EU27

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes, Filip Johnsson 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
2008

On the possibilities for co-firing biomass with coal for power generation in the EU

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes, Filip Johnsson
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

Biomassa - en knapp resurs i globalt perspektiv

Göran Berndes, Julia Hansson, Stefan Wirsenius
Bioenergi - till vad och hur mycket? (Formas Fokuserar), p. 19-32
Chapter in monograph, book - popular science
2007

REFUEL: an EU road map for biofuels

Marc Londo, Ewout Deurwaarder, Sander Lensink et al
Conference contribution
2007

Brazilian Ethanol has the Edge.

Christian Azar, Göran Berndes, Julia Hansson et al
Financial Times (May 16-2007)
Magazine article
2007

Bioenergy expansion in the EU: Cost-effective climate change mitigation, employment creation and reduced dependency on imported fuels

Göran Berndes, Julia Hansson
Energy Policy. Vol. 35 (12), p. 5965-5979
Journal article
2007

The modelling of cost-effective bioenergy trade options in the EU

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes
Conference contribution
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
2007

Bioenergy expansion in the EU: Cost-effective climate change mitigation, employment creation and reduced dependency on imported fuels

Göran Berndes, Julia Hansson
Energy Policy. Vol. 35 (12), p. 5965-5979
Journal article
2006

On Brazilian ethanol and the ecological footprint

Christian Azar, Göran Berndes, Julia Hansson et al
BioScience. Vol. 55 (1), p. 5-
Journal article
2006

The prospects for large-scale import of biomass and biofuels into Sweden - a review of critical issues

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes, Pål Börjesson
Energy for Sustainable Development. Vol. 10 (1), p. 82-94
Journal article
2006

The prospects for large-scale import of biomass and biofuels into Sweden - a review of critical issues

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes, Pål Börjesson
Energy for Sustainable Development. Vol. X (1), p. 82-94
Journal article
2006

The prospects for large-scale import of biomass and biofuels to Sweden – a review of critical issues

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes, Pål Börjesson
Conference contribution
2006

Future bioenergy options in the EU

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes
Conference contribution
2004

International Bioenergy Trade - an Assessment of the Prospects for Large Scale Biofuel Import to Sweden

Julia Hansson, Göran Berndes, Pål Börjesson
Conference contribution