About the project
The scientific literature presents an increasing number of energy-economic systems analysis modeling studies treating the transport sector as an integrated part of the energy system and/or economy. Many of these studies provide important insights regarding transport biofuels. To clarify similarities and differences in approaches and results, this project summarizes and analyzes input data and transport biofuel-related results of 29 peer reviewed scientific journal articles presenting studies based on different energy-economic models.
The aim has been to investigate what future role comprehensive energy-economy modeling studies portray for transport biofuels in terms of their potential and competitiveness. This includes a mapping of what future transport biofuel utilization and market shares the studies describe as well as an analysis of what factors influence this.
Martin Börjesson Hagberg, earlier at Chalmers
Erik Ahlgren and Maria Grahn, Chalmers
August 2012 - August 2013
Total project cost
385 000 SEK
The f3 partners and Chalmers
The project report has been subject to review and commenting by Anna Krook Riekkola, LTU, and Bengt Johansson, Lund University.