Publications for Andreas Molin
Co-author map based on ISI articles 2007-

Publications mentioned in social media 1 times*

Journal Articles

Patrik Rohdin, Andreas Molin and Bahram Moshfegh
  Experiences from nine passive houses in Sweden - Indoor thermal environment and energy use
  Building and Environment, 2014, 71, 176-185.
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 Web of Science® Times Cited: 2

Joakim Widén, Andreas Molin and Kajsa Ellegård
  Models of domestic occupancy, activities and energy use based on time-usedata: deterministic and stochastic approaches with application to variousbuilding-related simulations
 
Altmetric usage: 1

  Journal of Building Performance Simulation, Taylor & Francis, 2012, 5(1), 27-44.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 10

Andreas Molin, Patrik Rohdin and Bahram Moshfegh
  Investigation of energy performance of newly built low-energy buildings in Sweden
  Energy and Buildings, 2011, 43(10), 2822-2831.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 16

Conference Articles

Andreas Molin, Bahram Moshfegh and Joakim Widén
  Increasing photovoltaic power supply self-consumption by on-site batteries for a large flat-roof industrial premise
  Proceedings of the 28th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference (EU PVSEC), 2013, 2013.


Andreas Molin, Patrik Rohdin and Bahram Moshfegh
  Positive power market value for grid-connected roof-top solar power in Sweden
  <em>World Renewable Energy Congress XI</em><em>25-30 September 2010, Abu Dhabi, UAE</em>, 2010.


Magnus Åberg, Andreas Molin, Ewa Wäckelgård and Bahram Moshfegh
  Greenhouse Gas Emission from General District Heat use in Sweden: An Approach for Justified Comparisons in Residential Energy Use
  Scientific Conference on Energy Saving and Green Energy, Älvsjömässan, Stockholm, 2009.


Reports

Andreas Molin, Joakim Widén, Bengt Stridh and Björn Karlsson
  Konsekvenser avavräkningsperiodens längd vidnettodebitering av solel
  Elforsk Rapport, 10:93, 2010.


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Helena Karresand, Andreas Molin, Johannes Persson and Magnus Åberg
  How passive are your activities?: An interdisciplinary comparative energy analysis of passive and conventional houses in Linköping
  Arbetsnotat / Program Energisystem, 42, 2009.


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