My paper Sustainability challenges and business in society – the case of maritime energy efficiency was just accepted for a doctoral student workshop at the 3rd Annual Conference of the Japanese Forum of Business and Society (JFBS) in September. This years theme is CSR and Corporate Governance.
About the author
He is part of the research group Maritime Environment, where research is conducted in the fields of Resource Efficiency, Environmental Impact, and Organization and Policy.
Hannes has a M.Sc. in Engineering Physics and Industrial Ecology from Chalmers 2008, and a Licentiate of Engineering in Maritime Environment from 2013. Please contact him at:
- Presentation @ Research council of the Swedish Energy Agency September 19, 2014
- New paper: Barriers to energy efficiency in shipping September 15, 2014
- Presentation @ Research Committee of the Swedish Shipowners’ Association September 8, 2014
- Lighthouse 2.0 – now with more energy efficiency July 2, 2014
- Sustainability Science Congress 2014, University of Copenhagen June 23, 2014
Baldi, Francesco; Johnson, Hannes; Gabrielii, Cecilia; Andersson, Karin: Energy analysis of a ship - the case study of a chemical tanker. International Conference on Applied Energy.
Baldi, Francesco; Johnson, Hannes; Gabrielii, Cecilia; Andersson, Karin: Energy and exergy analysis of ship energy systems - the case study of a chemical tanker. 27th ECOS, International Conference on Efficiency, Cost, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems.
Johnson, Hannes; Johansson, Mikael; Andersson, Karin: Barriers to energy efficiency in short sea shipping: an action research case study. Journal of Cleaner Production.Volume 66, 1 March 2014, Pages 317–3272013
Johnson, Hannes: Sustainability challenges and business in society: the case of maritime energy efficiency. Paper presented at the doctoral student workshop of the JFBS 3rd Conference on CSR and Corporate Governance, Tokyo.
Taljegård, Maria; Grahn, Maria; Bengtsson, Selma; Andersson, Karin; Johnson, Hannes: Cost-effective choices of shipping fuels and vessel technologies in a carbon-constrained world: Results from the Global Energy Transition (GET) model. Low Carbon Shipping Conference 2013, London.
Johnson, Hannes: Towards understanding energy efficiency in shipping. Licentiate thesis, Chalmers University of Technology.
Johnson, Hannes; Johansson, Mikael; Andersson, Karin; Södahl, Björn: Will the Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan reduce CO2 emissions? A comparison with ISO 50001 and the ISM Code. Maritime Policy & Management. Volume 40, Issue 2, pp. 177-190
Styhre, Linda; Johnson, Hannes: Increased energy efficiency through increased port efficiency. Technical report, Effship WP7, SSPA.2012
Johnson, Hannes; Johansson, Mikael; Andersson, Karin; Södahl, Björn: Will the IMO Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) lead to reduced CO2 emissions? A comparison with ISO 50001 and the ISM Code. 2012 International Association of Maritime Economists Conference (IAME 2012 Taipei)
Johnson, Hannes; Johansson, Mikael; Andersson, Karin: Barriers to energy efficiency in short sea shipping: a case study. Short Sea Shipping 2012 Conference, Lisbon2011
Johnson, Hannes; Andersson, Karin: The energy efficiency gap in shipping - barriers to improvement. 2011 International Association of Maritime Economists Conference (IAME 2011 Santiago de Chile)