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de Visser, Jelmer (author)
This project was performed for a Dutch creative agency with the general objective to demonstrate a new application of personalization in service design. Specifically, the goal was set to stimulate a personalized experience of a future energy dashboard by making the communication of information to users more effective. To that end principles of...
master thesis 2018
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Van Ham, T.P.W. (author)
“Our” world is changing rapidly, man-made global warming, as a result of greenhouse emissions is causing more frequently extreme weather patterns such as droughts or cloudbursts. In order to change the current fossil fuel based economy, producing and emitting harmful greenhouse gasses, a transition is required from this fossil fuel based economy...
master thesis 2016
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Hornberger, A. (author)
Vehicle2Grid is a new technology that allows bi-directional charging. Bi-directional charging enables electric vehicles (EVs) to charge and to give energy back to the electricity grid. The goal of this technology is to balance the electricity grid and avoid peak usage times. The technical side of Vehicle2Grid is in development, but the system...
master thesis 2016
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Groothoff, B. (author)
This thesis proposes a product-service-system for Lens-Energie bv. Lens is a Dutch company that provides solar panels to renters in apartment buildings. Their current product benefits from the current net-metering legislation in the Netherlands. Since its is expected that this legislation will be changed in the near future, a new product is...
master thesis 2016
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De Planque, O.B.B. (author)
Energy waste is an issue of considerable size. Not only at home, but more increasingly so in public spaces. The TU Delft has set itself a number of sizeable energy saving goals for the near future, but with current initiatives focusing mostly on efficiency and responsible sourcing, not much is being done about altering the demand for energy. In...
master thesis 2015
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Muris, V.L.C. (author)
Industrial buildings, used as warehouses or distribution centres, are characterized by large doors which are opened temporarily or for longer periods. A new technique - called Ambergy - is investigated which prevents unnecessary energy loss through open overhead doors in heated industrial halls. This technique consists of a smart coupling...
master thesis 2013
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Aukema, B. (author)
Hydrogen Technology integrated in an architectural design.
master thesis 2012
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Marte, P.R. (author)
A quantitative study about eco cities, resulting in a vision of future sustainable urban development after a hypothetical energy revolution. The project regards remaining problems after the energy problem is solved. Sustainability means sustainable economy. A new assesment method is introduced based on a quantification of resource requirements....
master thesis 2010
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