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Development of SuperSmart Grids for a more efficient utilisation of electricity from renewable sources
A Battaglini, J Lilliestam, A Haas, A Patt
Journal of cleaner production 17 (10), 911-918, 2009
3752009
Drop-in fuels from sunlight and air
R Schäppi, D Rutz, F Dähler, A Muroyama, P Haueter, J Lilliestam, A Patt, ...
Nature 601 (7891), 63-68, 2022
2342022
Modeling thermoelectric power generation in view of climate change
H Förster, J Lilliestam
Regional Environmental Change 10, 327-338, 2010
1932010
Trade-offs between geographic scale, cost, and infrastructure requirements for fully renewable electricity in Europe
T Tröndle, J Lilliestam, S Marelli, S Pfenninger
Joule 4 (9), 1929-1948, 2020
1842020
Energy security and renewable electricity trade—Will Desertec make Europe vulnerable to the “energy weapon”?
J Lilliestam, S Ellenbeck
Energy policy 39 (6), 3380-3391, 2011
1762011
The effect of carbon pricing on technological change for full energy decarbonization: A review of empirical ex‐post evidence
J Lilliestam, A Patt, G Bersalli
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 12 (1), e681, 2021
1402021
Empirically observed learning rates for concentrating solar power and their responses to regime change
J Lilliestam, M Labordena, A Patt, S Pfenninger
Nature Energy 2 (7), 1-6, 2017
1392017
High-resolution large-scale onshore wind energy assessments: A review of potential definitions, methodologies and future research needs
R McKenna, S Pfenninger, H Heinrichs, J Schmidt, I Staffell, C Bauer, ...
Renewable Energy 182, 659-684, 2022
1312022
Potential for concentrating solar power to provide baseload and dispatchable power
S Pfenninger, P Gauché, J Lilliestam, K Damerau, F Wagner, A Patt
Nature Climate Change 4 (8), 689-692, 2014
1222014
Concentrating solar power for less than USD 0.07 per kWh: finally the breakthrough?
J Lilliestam, R Pitz-Paal
Renewable Energy Focus 26, 17-21, 2018
1162018
Comparing carbon capture and storage (CCS) with concentrating solar power (CSP): Potentials, costs, risks, and barriers
J Lilliestam, JM Bielicki, AG Patt
Energy policy 47, 447-455, 2012
1122012
Market integration of local energy systems: Is local energy management compatible with European regulation for retail competition?
C Eid, LA Bollinger, B Koirala, D Scholten, E Facchinetti, J Lilliestam, ...
Energy 114, 913-922, 2016
1112016
Shades of green: Centralisation, decentralisation and controversy among European renewable electricity visions
J Lilliestam, S Hanger
Energy Research & Social Science 17, 20-29, 2016
1092016
Bioenergy production and sustainable development: science base for policymaking remains limited
C Robledo‐Abad, HJ Althaus, G Berndes, S Bolwig, E Corbera, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 9 (3), 541-556, 2017
1082017
Making concentrated solar power competitive with coal: the costs of a European feed-in tariff
K Williges, J Lilliestam, A Patt
Energy Policy 38 (6), 3089-3097, 2010
1062010
Home-made or imported: On the possibility for renewable electricity autarky on all scales in Europe
T Tröndle, S Pfenninger, J Lilliestam
Energy strategy reviews 26, 100388, 2019
962019
Impact of political and economic barriers for concentrating solar power in Sub-Saharan Africa
M Labordena, A Patt, M Bazilian, M Howells, J Lilliestam
Energy Policy 102, 52-72, 2017
952017
Vulnerability of solar energy infrastructure and output to climate change
A Patt, S Pfenninger, J Lilliestam
Climatic change 121, 93-102, 2013
892013
The COVID-19 crisis deepens the gulf between leaders and laggards in the global energy transition
R Quitzow, G Bersalli, L Eicke, J Jahn, J Lilliestam, F Lira, A Marian, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 74, 101981, 2021
882021
Model-based policymaking or policy-based modelling? How energy models and energy policy interact
D Süsser, A Ceglarz, H Gaschnig, V Stavrakas, A Flamos, G Giannakidis, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 75, 101984, 2021
872021
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