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Elisabeth Wetterlund
Elisabeth Wetterlund

Elisabeth Wetterlund

Associate Professor
Luleå University of Technology
Energy Engineering
Energy Science
Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics
+46 (0)920 491056
E152 Luleå


Associate Professor at the Division of Energy Engineering, Luleå University of Technology, since 2017 (before that Associate Senior Lecturer since 2013).

Associate research scholar at the International Institute of Applied System Analysis (IIASA) in Laxenburg, Austria since 2017.

PhD in Energy Systems 2012, Linköping University (LiU). Bachelor in chemical engineering 2005, University of Borås.

PhD student at the Division of Energy Systems, LiU 2006-2012. Postdoc at Energy Systems, LiU 2012-2013. Participant in Young Scientists Summer Program (YSSP) at IIASA in 2010, guest researcher at IIASA 2011.


Energy systems analysis; Renewable energy; Localisation of bioenergy plants; Systems analysis; Biofuels for transportation; Forest biomass; Industrial energy systems and processes

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PhD students

Main supervisor
Jonas Zetterholm, Energy Engineering LTU 
Chinedu Nwachukwu, Energy Engineering LTU 
Marzieh Bagheri, Energy Engineering LTU 

Torben Bauer, Waste Science and Technology LTU


F7009T Industrial energy processes
F0032T Termodynamik och värmetransport


Article in journal

Stronger together (2021)

Multi-annual variability of hydrogen production supported by wind power in Sweden
Mikovits. C, Wetterlund. E, Wehrle. S, Baumgartner. J, Schmidt. J
Applied Energy, Vol. 282, Part B
Article in journal

Assessing the aggregated environmental benefits from by-product and utility synergies in the Swedish biofuel industry (2020)

Martin. M, Wetterlund. E, Hackl. R, Holmgren. K, Peck. P
Biofuels, Vol. 11, nr. 6, s. 683-698
Article in journal

Biomass-based gas use in Swedish iron and steel industry (2020)

Supply chain and process integration considerations
Nwachukwu. C, Toffolo. A, Wetterlund. E
Renewable energy, Vol. 146, s. 2797-2811
Article in journal

Combining expansion in pulp capacity with production of sustainable biofuels (2020)

Techno-economic and greenhouse gas emissions assessment of drop-in fuels from black liquor part-streams
Jafri. Y, Wetterlund. E, Mesfun. S, Rådberg. H, Mossberg. J, Hulteberg. C, et al.
Applied Energy, Vol. 279