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Publications by Dilip Khatiwada

Peer reviewed

Articles

[1]
M. G. Wolde et al., "A life cycle assessment of clinker and cement production in Ethiopia," Cleaner Environmental Systems, vol. 13, 2024.
[3]
A. S. Gupta and D. Khatiwada, "Investigating the sustainability of biogas recovery systems in wastewater treatment plants- A circular bioeconomy approach," Renewable & sustainable energy reviews, vol. 199, 2024.
[4]
E. Ntostoglou et al., "Understanding the interactions between biowaste valorisation and the Sustainable Development Goals: insights from an early transition stage," International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 53-72, 2024.
[5]
A. Ortis and D. Khatiwada, "A comparative life cycle assessment of two desiccant wheel dehumidifiers for industrial applications," Energy Conversion and Management, vol. 286, 2023.
[6]
E. Torres-Morales et al., "Investigating biochar as a net-negative emissions strategy in Colombia : Potentials, costs, and barriers," Current Research in Environmental Sustainability, vol. 6, 2023.
[7]
A. T. Mossie et al., "Investigating energy saving and climate mitigation potentials in cement production : A case study in Ethiopia," Energy Conversion and Management, vol. 287, pp. 117111, 2023.
[8]
[10]
R. Yudhistira, D. Khatiwada and F. Sanchez, "A comparative life cycle assessment of lithium-ion and lead-acid batteries for grid energy storage," Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 358, pp. 131999, 2022.
[11]
D. Khatiwada, R. A. Vasudevan and B. H. Santos, "Decarbonization of natural gas systems in the EU-Costs, barriers, and constraints of hydrogen production with a case study in Portugal," Renewable & sustainable energy reviews, vol. 168, 2022.
[12]
Y. Su et al., "Decarbonization strategies of Helsinki metropolitan area district heat companies," Renewable & sustainable energy reviews, vol. 160, 2022.
[13]
D. Khatiwada et al., "Circularity in the Management of Municipal Solid Waste - A Systematic Review," Vides un Klimata Tehnologijas / Scientific Proceedings of Riga Technical University : Environmental and Climate Technologies, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 491-507, 2021.
[14]
L. Sani et al., "Decarbonization pathways for the power sector in Sumatra, Indonesia," Renewable & sustainable energy reviews, vol. 150, 2021.
[16]
E. Thwe, D. Khatiwada and A. Gasparatos, "Life cycle assessment of a cement plant in Naypyitaw, Myanmar," Cleaner Environmental Systems, vol. 2, 2021.
[20]
E. Ntostoglou, D. Khatiwada and V. Martin, "The Potential Contribution of Decentralized Anaerobic Digestion towards Urban Biowaste Recovery Systems : A Scoping Review," Sustainability, vol. 13, no. 23, pp. 13435-13435, 2021.
[21]
A. Rout et al., "A Monte Carlo based approach for exergo-economic modeling of solar water heater," Energy Sources, Part A : Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, pp. 1-19, 2020.
[23]
F. Harahap, S. Silveira and D. Khatiwada, "Cost competitiveness of palm oil biodiesel production in Indonesia," Energy Journal, vol. 170, pp. 62-72, 2019.
[25]
[29]
F. Harahap, S. Silveira and D. Khatiwada, "Land allocation to meet sectoral goals in Indonesia – An analysis of policy coherence," Land use policy, vol. 61, pp. 451-465, 2017.
[30]
D. Khatiwada and S. Silveira, "Scenarios for bioethanol production in Indonesia: How can we meet mandatory blending targets?," Energy, vol. 119, pp. 351-361, 2017.
[31]
D. Khatiwada et al., "Energy and GHG balances of ethanol production from cane molasses in Indonesia," Applied Energy, vol. 164, pp. 756-768, 2016.
[32]
D. Khatiwada et al., "Optimizing ethanol and bioelectricity production in sugarcane biorefineries in Brazil," Renewable energy, vol. 85, pp. 371-386, 2016.
[35]
D. Khatiwada and S. Silveira, "Greenhouse gas balances of molasses based ethanol in Nepal," Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 19, no. 13, pp. 1471-1485, 2011.
[36]
S. Silveira and D. Khatiwada, "Ethanol production and fuel substitution in Nepal—Opportunity to promote sustainable development and climate change mitigation," Renewable & sustainable energy reviews, vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 1644-1652, 2010.
[37]
D. Khatiwada and S. Silveira, "Net energy balance of molasses based ethanol: The case of Nepal," Renewable & sustainable energy reviews, vol. 13, no. 9, pp. 2515-2524, 2009.

Conference papers

[38]
A. T. Mossie et al., "A comparative study of the energy and environmental performance of cement industries in Ethiopia and Sweden," in International Conference on Electrical, Computer, Communications and Mechatronics Engineering, ICECCME 2021, 2021.
[39]
D. Khatiwada and F. Golzar, "Exploring Uncertainty In The Technoeconomic And Emissions Assessment Of Waste-To-Energy Systems In Cities – The Case Of Curitiba," in International Conference on Applied Energy 2020. Nov 29 – Dec 02, 2020, Bangkok, Thailand, 2021.
[40]
S. Silveira et al., "Opportunities for bioenergy in the Baltic Sea Region," in International Scientific Conference “Environmental and Climate Technologies”, CONECT 2017, 10-12 May 2017, Riga, Latvia, 2017, pp. 157-164.
[42]
D. Khatiwada, S. Silveira and F. Johnson X., "Energy production from sugarcane feedstock : Assessing fossil fuel substitution and climate change mitigation potential in Indonesia," in The 21th International Symposium on Alcohol Fuels (ISAF)10-14 March 2015, Gwangju, Republic of Korea, 2015.
[43]
T. Lönnqvist et al., "The potential for waste to biogas in La Paz and El Alto in Bolivia," in 1st International Water Association Conference on HolisticSludge Management, 2013, Västerås Sweden, 2013.
[44]
D. Khatiwada et al., "Optimizing second generation bioethanol production in sugarcane biorefineries in Brazil," in IIASA's 40th Anniversary Conference (October 24-26, 2012) in Vienna, Austria, 2012.
[45]
D. Khatiwada et al., "Methodologies for accounting greenhouse gas emissions of bioethanol production in Brazil," in International Symposium on Alcohol Fuels (ISAF XIX), 10-14 October 2011, Verona, Italy, 2011.
[46]
D. Khatiwada et al., "Power generation from sugarcane biomass : a complementary option to hydroelectricity in Nepal and Brazil," in 6th Dubrovnik Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment System, September 25 - 29, 2011, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 2011.

Chapters in books

[47]
R. C. Poudel et al., "Large-scale biogas upgrading plants : future prospective and technical challenges," in Emerging Technologies and Biological Systems for Biogas Upgrading, Netherlands : Elsevier, 2021, pp. 467-491.
[48]
S. Silveira and D. Khatiwada, "Conditions for sugarcane biofuels production in Indonesia," in Sugarcane Biofuels: Status, Potential, and Prospects of the Sweet Crop to Fuel the World, : Springer Netherlands, 2019.
[49]
S. Leduc et al., "Policies and Modeling of Energy Systems for Reaching European Bioenergy Targets," in Handbook of Clean Energy Systems, Professor Jinyue Yan Ed., : John Wiley & Sons, 2015, pp. 3165-3182.
[50]
S. Silveira and D. Khatiwada, "The role of ethanol from sugarcane in mitigating climate change and promoting sustainable development in LDCs : the case of Nepal," in Bioenergy for Sustainable Development and International Competitiveness : The Role of Sugar Cane in Africa, Francis X Johnson and Vikram Seebaluck Ed., : Taylor & Francis, 2013, pp. 350-368.
[51]
S. Silveira, B. Mainali and D. Khatiwada, "Green energy for development in Nepal," in The Road to Rio +20 : For a development-led green economy, 2nd ed. : United Nations,UNCTAD, 2011, pp. 79-83.

Non-peer reviewed

Articles

[52]
D. Khatiwada, "Future of Fuel," The Kathmandu Post, vol. 24 Sept., pp. 6, 2014.
[53]
D. Khatiwada, "Garbage to gas," The Kathmandu Post, vol. 11 May, pp. 6, 2014.
[54]
H. Pacini, D. Khatiwada and T. Lönnqvist, "Tailor-made solutions : Small-scale biofuels and trade," Bridges Trade BioRes Review, vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 10-11, 2010.

Conference papers

[55]
F. Harahap, S. Silveira and D. Khatiwada, "Integrated biorefinery vs. stand alone biodieselproduction in Indonesia – an economic analysis," in European Biomass Conference and Exhibition Proceedings, 2017.
[56]
D. Khatiwada et al., "Analyzing the economics of palm oil biodiesel production in Indonesia," in the 20th International Consortium on Applied Bioeconomy Research (ICABR) Conference, 2016.
[57]
F. Harahap et al., "Conditions for a sustainable development of palm-oil-based biodiesel in Indonesia," in Sustainable Palm Oil and Climate Change: The Way Forward Through Mitigation and Adaptation, 16-18 March 2016, Bali, Indonesia, 2016.
[58]
D. Khatiwada and S. Silveira, "How can we meet mandatory bioethanol blending targets in Indonesia?," in ICOPE, Bali, 2016.
[59]
D. Dreier et al., "Energy use and CO2 emissions of city buses in Curitiba, Brazil," in Systems Analysis 2015,International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria,11.-13. November 2015, 2015.
[61]
T. Lönnqvist, S. Silveira and D. Khatiwada, "Potential to transform waste to biogas in La Paz and El Alto, Bolivia – Challenges and opportunities," in Nordic Biogas Conference, Copenhagen, 23 – 25 April 2012, 2012.
[62]
D. Khatiwada and S. Silveira, "Assessing the sustainability of bioethanol production : Key criteria and methodological improvements," in 2010 KTH Energy Initiative; Stockholm, Sweden, 24 Nov 2010, 2010.
[63]
D. Khatiwada, "A Comparative Environmental Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Ethanol Blended Fuel (E10) and Conventional Petrol Fuel Car : a Case Study in Nepal," in Europe 14th LCA Case Studies Symposium on 'LCA of Energy, Energy in LCA', 3-4 December 2007, Göteborg, Sweden, 2007.

Theses

[64]
D. Khatiwada, "Assessing the sustainability of bioethanol production in different development contexts: A systems approach," Doctoral thesis Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, TRITA-ECS, 2013:01, 2013.
[65]
D. Khatiwada, "Assessing the sustainability of bioethanol production in Nepal," Licentiate thesis Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Trita-ECS, 2010-01, 2010.
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