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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Scientific Assessment in Support of the Materials Roadmap Enabling Low Carbon Energy Technologies: BioenergySCHWARZ Wolfgang; GONZALEZ BELLO Orlando José; DE JONG Wiebren; LEAHY J.j.; OAKEY John; OYAAS Karin; SORUM Lars; STEINMÜLLER Horst; BAXTER David; TZIMAS EvangelosEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Scientific Assessment in support of the Materials Roadmap enabling Low Carbon Energy Technologies: Hydrogen and Fuel CellsCERRI Isotta; LEFEBVRE-JOUD Florence; HOLTAPPELS Peter; HONEGGER Kaspar; STUBOS Thanos; MILLET Pierre; PFRANG Andreas; BIELEWSKI Marek; TZIMAS EvangelosEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Set Plan Scientific Assessment in Support of the Materials Roadmap Enabling Low Carbon Energy Technologies - PhotovoltaicsTZIMAS Evangelos; JAEGER-WALDAU ArnulfBooks
2011SET-Plan - Scientific Assessment in Support of the Materials Roadmap Enabling Low Carbon Energy Technologies - Fossil Fuel Energies Sector, Including Carbon Capture and StorageGOMEZ-BRICEÑO Dolores; DE JONG Martin; DRAGE Trevor; FALZETTI Marco; HEDIN Niklas; SNIJKERS Frans; MORBEE JORIS; TZIMAS EvangelosEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012SETIS expert workshop on the assessment of the potential of pumped hydropower storageLACAL ARANTEGUI ROBERTO; TZIMAS Evangelos; BOCIN DUMITRIU ANDREI; ZUBARYEVA ALYONAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011STRATEGIC ENERGY TECHNOLOGY PLAN Scientific Assessment in support of the Materials Roadmap enabling Low Carbon Energy Technologies Electricity storagePALACIN M. Rosa; DE GUIBERT Anne; COLLINS John Collins; MEEUS Marcel; SCHUMACHER Gerd; FUSALBA Florence Fusalba; PERUJO MATEOS DEL PARQUE Adolfo; TZIMAS EvangelosEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Strategis Energy Technology Plan : Scientific Assessment in Support of the Materials Roadmap enabling Low Carbon Energy Technologies: Concentrated Solar Power TechnologyHELLER Peter; HÄBERLE Andreas; MALBRANCHE Philippe; MAL Olivier; CABEZA Luisa F.; TAYLOR Nigel; TZIMAS EvangelosEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Technical and Economic Characteristics of a CO2 Transmission Pipeline InfrastructureCORREIA SERPA DOS SANTOS JOANA; MORBEE JORIS; TZIMAS EvangelosEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2014Techno-economic Assessment of Carbon Utilisation Potential in EuropePEREZ FORTES MARIA DEL MAR; BOCIN DUMITRIU ANDREI; TZIMAS EvangelosContributions to Conferences
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
2001Thermal Mechanical Fatigue of MAR-M 509 with a thermal Barrier Coating.BAUFELD Bernd; TZIMAS Evangelos; MUELLEJANS Harald; PETEVES Stathis dimitris; BRESSERS Johan; STAMM WernerArticles in Journals
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
2010Use of Lower Grade Coals in IGCC Plants with Carbon Capture for the Co-Production of Hydrogen and ElectricityCORMOS Calin; STARR Fred; TZIMAS EvangelosArticles in Journals
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