Trutnevyte Evelina
Trutnevyte Evelina
University of Geneva
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Mitigation pathways compatible with 1.5 C in the context of sustainable development
J Rogelj, D Shindell, K Jiang, S Fifita, P Forster, V Ginzburg, C Handa, ...
Global warming of 1.5° C, 93-174, 2018
Strengthening and implementing the global response
H de Coninck, A Revi, M Babiker, P Bertoldi, M Buckeridge, A Cartwright, ...
Global warming of 1.5° C: Summary for policy makers, 313-443, 2018
Formalizing best practice for energy system optimization modelling
J DeCarolis, H Daly, P Dodds, I Keppo, F Li, W McDowall, S Pye, ...
Applied energy 194, 184-198, 2017
A review of socio-technical energy transition (STET) models
FGN Li, E Trutnevyte, N Strachan
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 100, 290-305, 2015
Prospects of modelling societal transitions: Position paper of an emerging community
G Holtz, F Alkemade, F De Haan, J Köhler, E Trutnevyte, T Luthe, J Halbe, ...
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 17, 41-58, 2015
Does cost optimization approximate the real-world energy transition?
E Trutnevyte
Energy 106, 182-193, 2016
Supporting energy initiatives in small communities by linking visions with energy scenarios and multi-criteria assessment
E Trutnevyte, M Stauffacher, RW Scholz
Energy Policy 39 (12), 7884-7895, 2011
Linking a storyline with multiple models: a cross-scale study of the UK power system transition
E Trutnevyte, J Barton, Á O'Grady, D Ogunkunle, D Pudjianto, ...
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 89, 26-42, 2014
Reinvigorating the scenario technique to expand uncertainty consideration
E Trutnevyte, C Guivarch, R Lempert, N Strachan
Climatic Change 135 (3), 373-379, 2016
Energy scenario choices: Insights from a retrospective review of UK energy futures
E Trutnevyte, W McDowall, J Tomei, I Keppo
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 55, 326-337, 2016
Linking stakeholder visions with resource allocation scenarios and multi-criteria assessment
E Trutnevyte, M Stauffacher, RW Scholz
European Journal of Operational Research 219 (3), 762–772, 2012
Context-specific energy strategies: coupling energy system visions with feasible implementation scenarios
E Trutnevyte, M Stauffacher, M Schlegel, RW Scholz
Environmental science & technology 46 (17), 9240-9248, 2012
EXPANSE methodology for evaluating the economic potential of renewable energy from an energy mix perspective
E Trutnevyte
Applied Energy 111 (0), 593-601, 2013
The allure of energy visions: Are some visions better than others?
E Trutnevyte
Energy Strategy Reviews 2, 211-219, 2014
Investment appraisal of cost-optimal and near-optimal pathways for the UK electricity sector transition to 2050
FGN Li, E Trutnevyte
Applied energy 189, 89-109, 2017
Societal transformations in models for energy and climate policy: the ambitious next step
E Trutnevyte, LF Hirt, N Bauer, A Cherp, A Hawkes, OY Edelenbosch, ...
One Earth 1 (4), 423-433, 2019
Scenario techniques for energy and environmental research: An overview of recent developments to broaden the capacity to deal with complexity and uncertainty
C Guivarch, R Lempert, E Trutnevyte
Environmental Modelling & Software 97, 201-210, 2017
Ensuring diversity of national energy scenarios: Bottom-up energy system model with Modeling to Generate Alternatives
PB Berntsen, E Trutnevyte
Energy 126, 886-898, 2017
Integrated decision-making about housing, energy and wellbeing: a qualitative system dynamics model
A Macmillan, M Davies, C Shrubsole, N Luxford, N May, LF Chiu, ...
Environmental Health 15 (1), 23-34, 2016
Tailor-made risk governance for induced seismicity of geothermal energy projects: An application to Switzerland
E Trutnevyte, S Wiemer
Geothermics 65, 295-312, 2017
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