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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Opportunities and Threats for Bioheating in the European UnionPETEVES ESTATHIOS; KAVALOV BOYANContributions to Conferences
2005Opportunities and Threats for BTL Fuels in the EUKAVALOV BOYAN; PETEVES ESTATHIOSContributions to Conferences
2005Opportunities for Bioheating in the EUKAVALOV BOYAN; PETEVES ESTATHIOSContributions to Conferences
2007Power Distribution Systems in Europe: Present Status and Challenges towards a further Integration of Distributed GenerationFULLI GIANLUCA; L'ABBATE ANGELO; PETEVES ESTATHIOSContributions to Conferences
2005Proceedings of the DG JRC Enlargement and Integration Workshop on Cogeneration 9-10 June 2005, Petten (NL)STARR Frederick; PETEVES ESTATHIOSEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Proceedings of the Integration Workshop on Alternative Fuels in the EU Energy System. Petten (NL), 22-23 November 2004TZIMAS EVANGELOS; PETEVES ESTATHIOSBooks
2009Reducing CO2 emissions from the European power generation sector - Scenarios to 2050TZIMAS Evangelos; GEORGAKAKI Aliki; PETEVES EstathiosArticles in Journals
2007Techno-economic Assessment of Hydrogen Production Processes for the Hydrogen Economy for the Short and Medium TermMUELLER-LANGER Fransiska; TZIMAS EVANGELOS; KALTSCHMITT Martin; PETEVES ESTATHIOSArticles in Journals
2009Technologies for Coal based Hydrogen and Electricity Co-production Power Plants with CO2 CaptureGARCIA CORTES Carolina; TZIMAS Evangelos; PETEVES EstathiosEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Trade-off in Emissions of Acid Gas Pollutants and of Carbon Dioxide in Fossil Fuel Power Plants with Carbon CaptureTZIMAS EVANGELOS; MERCIER ARNAUD; CORMOS CALIN-CRISTIAN; PETEVES ESTATHIOSArticles in Journals
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