Ahancian M., Gregg J., Karlsson K., Tattini J., An agent-based methodological approach for modelling travellers’ behavior on modal shift: The case of inland transport in Denmark, Transport Policy [Under review]

Balyk O, Andersen S K, Dockweiler S et al (2018) TIMES-DK: Technology-rich multi-sectoral optimisation model of the Danish energy system. Energy Strategy Reviews [under review].

Bohnes, F.A., J.S. Gregg, A. Laurent (2017). Environmental impacts of future urban deployment of electric vehicles: Assessment framework and case study of Copenhagen for 2016-2030. Environmental Science and Technology 51(23): 13995-14005

"The paper above uses a proposed framework, using life cycle assessment, that enables quantification of environmental impact of a transport system i.e. electric vehicles. The results were found to be sensitive to local settings and showed relative environmental benefits from range-extend and fuel-cell electric vehicles over internal combustion engine and standard electric vehicles. The report also suggests that the proposed framework can be expected to be reproduced for other cases and cities."

Cazzola P., Gorner M., Schaffer S., Schuitmaker R., Tattini J. (2017) Nordic Electric Vehicle Outlook, IEA, Paris

Gregg, J. S. (2017) Future visions for electric vehicle deployment in Denmark: stakeholder based scenario development. Oral presentation at the 4th UNI-SET Energy Clustering Event, London, UK.

Hansen, M., Andersen, P. D. (2017). Sustainability and the Danish energy and transport sector: Investigating controversies in a scenario planning process. Abstract for the 4S session: RE-ASSEMBLING URBAN LIFE: STS AND THE MAKING OF SUSTAINABILITY

Mulholland E., Tattini J., Ramea K., Yang C., Ó Gallachóir B., The Cost of Electrifying Private Transport – Evidence from an Empirical Consumer Choice Model of Ireland and Denmark, Energy Policy [under review]

Tattini, J., Mulholland, E., Venturini, G., Ahanchian, M., Gargiulo, M., Balyk, O., Karlsson, K. (2018). A Long-term Strategy to Decarbonise the Danish Inland Passenger Transport Sector.  In Limiting Global Warming to Well Below 2°C: Energy System Modelling and Policy Development (pp. 127-153). Springer. (Lecture Notes in Energy, Vol. 64)

Tattini J, Gargiulo M, Karlsson K (2018) Reaching carbon neutral transport sector in Denmark – Evidence from the incorporation of modal shift into the TIMES energy system modeling framework, Energy Policy, 113:571-583.

"The paper above uses travel habits and the integrated energy system model of Denmark, TIMES-DK, to examine the long-term decarbonisation of the Danish transport sector. The result of the report showed that policies promoting behavioural changes to increase public acceptance of longer travel time as well as increased speed of public transport would lead to a more efficient decarbonisation by 2050."

Tattini J, Ramea K, Gargiulo M et al (2018) Improving the representation of modal choice into bottom-up optimization energy system models – The MoCho-TIMES model, Applied Energy, 212:265282.

"The study above presents MoCho-TIMES, an original methodology for incorporating modal choice into energy-economy-environment-engineering system models, which is used to realistically depict behaviour in transport and modal shift for decarbonising the transportation sector. The results of the report showed that MoCho-TIMES enables possibilities to perform innovative policy analyses and that the commitment to sustainability from the authorities is crucial for a paradigmatic change in the transportation sector."

Venturini, G., Hansen, M., Andersen, P. D. Driving forces shaping transport scenarios: an iterative and participatory perspective. [Under Review at Energy Research and Social Science]

Venturini, G., Pizarro-Alonso, A. R., Münster, M. (in preparation) How do we best value residual biomass resources? The case of straw in Denmark.

Venturini, G., Tattini, J., Mulholland, E., O Gallachoir, B. (2018). Improvements in the representation of behavior in integrated energy and transport models. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 1-20.

Salvucci R., Tattini J., Gargiulo M., Karlssson K., Modeling transport modal shift in TIMES models through elasticities of substitution, Under review in Applied Energy

Venturini, G., Karlsson, K.B., Münster, M. Impact and effectiveness of transport policy measures for a renewable-based energy system [In preparation]

Venturini, G., Pizarro Alonso, A. R., Münster, M. (2016). Modelling alternative fuel production technologies for the future Danish energy and transport system. Poster presented at wholeSEM Annual Conference, United Kingdom

Venturini, G., Iris, Ç. , Kontovas A. C., Larsen, A. (2017). A multiple-port berth allocation problem with speed optimization and emission considerations. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 54, 142–159.