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Assessment of hydrogen direct reduction for fossil-free steelmaking
V Vogl, M ┼hman, LJ Nilsson
Journal of cleaner production 203, 736-745, 2018
A review of technology and policy deep decarbonization pathway options for making energy-intensive industry production consistent with the Paris Agreement
C Bataille, M ┼hman, K Neuhoff, LJ Nilsson, M Fischedick, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 187, 960-973, 2018
Government policy and the development of electric vehicles in Japan
M ┼hman
Energy Policy 34 (4), 433-443, 2006
Decarbonising the energy intensive basic materials industry through electrification–Implications for future EU electricity demand
S Lechtenb÷hmer, LJ Nilsson, M ┼hman, C Schneider
Energy 115, 1623-1631, 2016
The transition of energy intensive processing industries towards deep decarbonization: Characteristics and implications for future research
JH Wesseling, S Lechtenb÷hmer, M ┼hman, LJ Nilsson, E Worrell, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 79, 1303-1313, 2017
Primary energy efficiency of alternative powertrains in vehicle
M ┼hman
Energy 26 (11), 973-989, 2001
Global climate policy and deep decarbonization of energy-intensive industries
M ┼hman, LJ Nilsson, B Johansson
Climate Policy 17 (5), 634-649, 2017
Data centres in future European energy systems—energy efficiency, integration and policy
C Koronen, M ┼hman, LJ Nilsson
Energy Efficiency 13 (1), 129-144, 2020
Adopting hydrogen direct reduction for the Swedish steel industry: A technological innovation system (TIS) study
D Kushnir, T Hansen, V Vogl, M ┼hman
Journal of Cleaner Production 242, 118185, 2020
Path dependency and the future of advanced vehicles and biofuels
M ┼hman, LJ Nilsson
Utilities Policy 16 (2), 80-89, 2008
Biomethane in the transport sector—An appraisal of the forgotten option
M ┼hman
Energy Policy 38 (1), 208-217, 2010
The making of green steel in the EU: a policy evaluation for the early commercialization phase
V Vogl, M ┼hman, LJ Nilsson
Climate Policy 21 (1), 78-92, 2021
Electricity-based plastics and their potential demand for electricity and carbon dioxide
E Palm, LJ Nilsson, M ┼hman
Journal of Cleaner Production 129, 548-555, 2016
Which countries are prepared to green their coal-based steel industry with electricity?-Reviewing climate and energy policy as well as the implementation of renewable electricity
M Arens, M ┼hman, V Vogl
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 143, 110938, 2021
An industrial policy framework for transforming energy and emissions intensive industries towards zero emissions
LJ Nilsson, F Bauer, M ┼hman, FNG Andersson, C Bataille, ...
Climate Policy 21 (8), 1053-1065, 2021
A comparison of technologies for carbon-neutral passenger transport
B Johansson, M ┼hman
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 7 (3), 175-196, 2002
Hydrogen steelmaking for a low-carbon economy
M ┼hman, O Olsson, V Vogl, B Nyqvist, A Maltais, LJ Nilsson, K Hallding, ...
Stockholm Environment Institute., 2018
Decarbonizing industry in the EU: Climate, trade and industrial policy strategies
M ┼hman, LJ Nilsson
Decarbonization in the European Union: Internal Policies and Externalá…, 2015
Decarbonising industry in Sweden
M ┼hman, A Nikoleris, LJ Nilsson
IMES/EES Report, 2012
Demonstrating climate mitigation technologies: An early assessment of the NER 300 programme
M ┼hman, JB SkjŠrseth, PO Eikeland
Energy Policy 117, 100-107, 2018
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