Emil Nyholm
Emil Nyholm
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Solar photovoltaic-battery systems in Swedish households–Self-consumption and self-sufficiency
E Nyholm, J Goop, M Odenberger, F Johnsson
Applied energy 183, 148-159, 2016
1112016
Demand response potential of electrical space heating in Swedish single-family dwellings
E Nyholm, S Puranik, É Mata, M Odenberger, F Johnsson
Building and Environment 96, 270-282, 2016
452016
A geospatial comparison of distributed solar heat and power in Europe and the US
Z Norwood, E Nyholm, T Otanicar, F Johnsson
PloS one 9 (12), e112442, 2014
452014
An economic assessment of distributed solar PV generation in Sweden from a consumer perspective–The impact of demand response
E Nyholm, M Odenberger, F Johnsson
Renewable Energy 108, 169-178, 2017
262017
Self-consumption and self-sufficiency for household solar producers when introducing an electric vehicle
D Gudmunds, E Nyholm, M Taljegard, M Odenberger
Renewable Energy 148, 1200-1215, 2020
172020
The benefit of collaboration in the north european electricity system transition—System and sector perspectives
L Göransson, M Lehtveer, E Nyholm, M Taljegard, V Walter
Energies 12 (24), 4648, 2019
122019
The role of Swedish single-family dwellings in the electricity system
E Nyholm
PQDT-Global, 2016
122016
Flexibility potential of space heating demand response in buildings for district heating systems
D Romanchenko, E Nyholm, M Odenberger, F Johnsson
Energies 12 (15), 2874, 2019
102019
Balancing investments in building energy conservation measures with investments in district heating–A Swedish case study
D Romanchenko, E Nyholm, M Odenberger, F Johnsson
Energy and Buildings 226, 110353, 2020
72020
Impacts of demand response from buildings and centralized thermal energy storage on district heating systems
D Romanchenko, E Nyholm, M Odenberger, F Johnsson
Sustainable Cities and Society 64, 102510, 2021
52021
Impact of electricity market feedback on investments in solar photovoltaic and battery systems in Swedish single-family dwellings
J Goop, E Nyholm, M Odenberger, F Johnsson
Renewable Energy 163, 1078-1091, 2021
52021
Can demand response mitigate the impact of intermittent supply?
E Nyholm, D Steen
Systems Perspectives on Renewable Power, 108-118, 2014
32014
Estimating national and local low-voltage grid capacity for residential solar photovoltaic in Sweden, UK and Germany
E Hartvigsson, M Odenberger, P Chen, E Nyholm
Renewable Energy 171, 915-926, 2021
12021
Demand response and distributed solar generation in the Swedish residential sector
E NYHOLM
Thesis for the degree of Licentiate of Engineering. Chalemrs University of …, 2015
12015
Harnessing energy flows: technologies for renewable power production
O Carlson, L Hammar, Z Norwood, E Nyholm
12014
Dataset for generating synthetic residential low-voltage grids in Sweden, Germany and the UK
E Hartvigsson, M Odenberger, P Chen, E Nyholm
Data in Brief 36, 107005, 2021
2021
A Geospatial Comparison of Distributed Solar Heat and Power in Europe and the US (vol 9, e112442, 2014)
Z Norwood, E Nyholm, T Otanicar, F Johnsson
PLOS ONE 10 (6), 2015
2015
Demand Response and Distributed Solar Generation in the Swedish Residential Sector–a Techno-Economic Evaluation
E Nyholm
PQDT-Global, 2015
2015
Assessment of a proposed fluidized-bed air separation process
C Kolhammar, E Nyholm
Chalmers University of Technology, 2011
2011
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