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Arne Wittlöv, Vice Chancellor Johan Carlstén, Fru Börjesson, Adv. Claes Beyer, Vice Chancellor Per Eriksson, Prof. Bengt Kasemo,
Associate Prof. Pål Börjesson, Håkan Frisinger

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The Håkan Frisinger award 2008

Associate Professor Pål Börjesson receives the 2008 Håkan Frisinger award
The Håkan Frisinger Foundation for Transportation Research awarded its scholarship for 2008 to Associate Professor Pål Börjesson at Lund University for his research within the area of systems studies of bioenergy and biofuels, as well as spreading knowledge and cooperation with decision-makers in society and the business community.

Pål Börjesson´s research deals with the role of biomass in a long-term sustainable energy system, with focus on energy efficiency, cost efficiency and environmental impact. His research includes scenarios for future production and use of bioenergy as well as an analysis of the incentives for and obstacles to the use of various bioenergy systems. In recent years, Pål Börjesson´s research has primarily dealt with biofuel systems for the transport sector.

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