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Érika Mata
Érika Mata
IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute
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Building-stock aggregation through archetype buildings: France, Germany, Spain and the UK
É Mata, AS Kalagasidis, F Johnsson
Building and Environment 81, 270-282, 2014
3032014
Demand-side solutions to climate change mitigation consistent with high levels of well-being
F Creutzig, L Niamir, X Bai, M Callaghan, J Cullen, J Díaz-José, ...
Nature Climate Change 12 (1), 36-46, 2022
2832022
Energy usage and technical potential for energy saving measures in the Swedish residential building stock
É Mata, AS Kalagasidis, F Johnsson
Energy Policy 55, 404-414, 2013
2022013
A modelling strategy for energy, carbon, and cost assessments of building stocks
É Mata, AS Kalagasidis, F Johnsson
Energy and Buildings 56, 100-108, 2013
1802013
A differentiated description of building-stocks for a georeferenced urban bottom-up building-stock model
M Österbring, É Mata, L Thuvander, M Mangold, F Johnsson, H Wallbaum
Energy and Buildings 120, 78-84, 2016
1442016
Effective and robust energy retrofitting measures for future climatic conditions—Reduced heating demand of Swedish households
VM Nik, E Mata, AS Kalagasidis, JL Scartezzini
Energy and Buildings 121, 176-187, 2016
952016
Developing a common approach for classifying building stock energy models
J Langevin, JL Reyna, S Ebrahimigharehbaghi, N Sandberg, P Fennell, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 133, 110276, 2020
872020
Comparative analysis of web of science and scopus on the energy efficiency and climate impact of buildings
LF Cabeza, M Chàfer, É Mata
Energies 13 (2), 409, 2020
772020
A global comparison of building decarbonization scenarios by 2050 towards 1.5–2° C targets
C Camarasa, É Mata, JPJ Navarro, J Reyna, P Bezerra, GB Angelkorte, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 3077, 2022
752022
The effect of improved efficiency on energy savings in EU-27 buildings
EÓ Broin, É Mata, A Göransson, F Johnsson
Energy 57, 134-148, 2013
642013
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
622016
Buildings
LF Cabeza, Q Bai, P Bertoldi, JM Kihila, AFP Lucena, É Mata, ...
Climate Change, 953-1048, 2022
612022
Cost-effective retrofitting of Swedish residential buildings: effects of energy price developments and discount rates
É Mata, A Sasic Kalagasidis, F Johnsson
Energy Efficiency 8, 223-237, 2015
602015
A map of roadmaps for zero and low energy and carbon buildings worldwide
É Mata, AK Korpal, SH Cheng, JPJ Navarro, F Filippidou, J Reyna, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (11), 113003, 2020
582020
Economic feasibility of building retrofitting mitigation potentials: Climate change uncertainties for Swedish cities
É Mata, J Wanemark, VM Nik, AS Kalagasidis
Applied Energy 242, 1022-1035, 2019
572019
A statistical method for assessing retrofitting measures of buildings and ranking their robustness against climate change
VM Nik, É Mata, AS Kalagasidis
Energy and Buildings 88, 262-275, 2015
562015
Social and market acceptance of photovoltaic panels and heat pumps in Europe: A literature review and survey
D Peñaloza, É Mata, N Fransson, H Fridén, Á Samperio, A Quijano, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 155, 111867, 2022
542022
Contributions of building retrofitting in five member states to EU targets for energy savings
E Mata, AS Kalagasidis, F Johnsson
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 93, 759-774, 2018
542018
Reviewing the scope and thematic focus of 100 000 publications on energy consumption, services and social aspects of climate change: a big data approach to demand-side mitigation
F Creutzig, M Callaghan, A Ramakrishnan, A Javaid, L Niamir, J Minx, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (3), 033001, 2021
452021
Optimization of the management of building stocks: An example of the application of managing heating systems in university buildings in Spain
E Mata, F López, A Cuchí
Energy and Buildings 41 (12), 1334-1346, 2009
412009
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