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Riemersma, B. (author), Correljé, A. (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author)
This article studies safety management in future gas systems. It is structured around the compatibility of its technological and institutional coordination. We identify how the current mode of safety management is not in harmony with increasingly complex technological and institutional arrangements, and combine safety science with...
journal article 2024
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Eslamizadeh, S. (author), Ghorbani, Amineh (author), Castelo Branco Ferreira Costa, R. (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author), Weijnen, M.P.C. (author)
Considering that the industrial sector consumes almost one-third of the energy demand globally, it is an urgent call to reduce the carbon footprints in this sector. Among different approaches to meet this goal, such as the employment of carbon capture technologies and increasing energy efficiency within industries, transitioning to renewable...
journal article 2022
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Fouladvand, J. (author), Ghorbani, Amineh (author), Sarı, Yasin (author), Hoppe, T. (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author), Herder, P.M. (author)
In community energy systems, the energy demand of a group of households is met by collectively generated electricity and heat from renewable energy sources. What makes these systems unique is their collective and collaborative form of organization and their distributed energy generation. While these features are crucial to the resilience of...
journal article 2022
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Riemersma, B. (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author), Reniers, G.L.L.M.E. (author), Correljé, A. (author)
This paper argues that energy systems are becoming increasingly complex, and illustrates how new types of hazards emerge from an ongoing transition towards renewable energy sources. It shows that the energy sector relies heavily on risk assessment methods that are analytic, and that systemic methods provide important additional insights.Acase...
journal article 2020
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Eslamizadeh, S. (author), Ghorbani, Amineh (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author), Weijnen, M.P.C. (author)
The industrial sector plays a huge role in creating economic growth. While energy is vital for industries to thrive, various factors are undermining the availability of energy including phasing out of fossil fuels, CO2 emission caps and, the large gap between the fast developments of industrial clusters and the energy supply, especially in...
journal article 2020
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Milchram, C. (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author), Doorn, N. (author), van de Kaa, G. (author), Hillerbrand, Rafaela (author)
In future urban energy systems, smart grid systems will be crucial for the integration of renewable energy. However, their deployment has moral implications, for example regarding data privacy, user autonomy, or distribution of responsibilities. ‘Energy justice’ is one of the most comprehensive frameworks to address these implications, but...
journal article 2020
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Riemersma, B. (author), Correljé, A. (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author)
This paper identifies safety concerns that arise from ongoing technical and institutional changes in the Dutch gas sector. The Netherlands has a well-developed gas infrastructure that primarily transports natural gas, although its constituting features are undergoing major changes. We identify three historical developments, and show how (1)...
journal article 2020
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Milchram, C. (author), Märker, Carolin (author), Schlör, Holger (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author), van de Kaa, G. (author)
The current transition towards low-carbon energy systems does not only involve changes in technologies but is also shaped by changes in the rules and regulations (i.e., the institutions) that govern energy systems. Institutional change can be influenced by changes in core values - normative principles such as affordability, security of supply...
review 2019
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Wang, N. (author), Heijnen, P.W. (author), Verzijlbergh, R.A. (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author), Herder, P.M. (author)
Dutch regional municipalities increasingly take an active role in the transition to more sustainable and autonomous energy supply systems, using local energy sources like wind, solar and biomass. The ambition, on the one hand, concerns how an optimal local energy supply system can be designed such that local energy targets can be realized with...
abstract 2018
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Milchram, C. (author), van de Kaa, G. (author), Doorn, N. (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author)
Smart grid technologies are considered an important enabler in the transition to more sustainable energy systems because they support the integration of rising shares of volatile renewable energy sources into electricity networks. To implement them in a large scale, broad acceptance in societies is crucial. However, a growing body of research...
review 2018
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Milchram, C. (author), Hillerbrand, R.C. (author), van de Kaa, G. (author), Doorn, N. (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author)
Smart grid systems are considered as key enablers in the transition to more sustainable energy systems. However, debates reflect concerns that they affect social and moral values such as privacy and justice. The energy justice framework has been proposed as a lens to evaluate social and moral aspects of changes in energy systems. This paper...
journal article 2018
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Scholten, D.J. (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author)
Energy infrastructures are increasingly perceived as complex, adaptive socio-technical systems. Their design<br/>has not kept up; it is still fragmented between an engineering and economic dimension. While economists<br/>focus on a market design that addresses potential market failures and imperfections, opportunistic behaviour,<br/>and social...
conference paper 2016
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Scholten, D.J. (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author)
Energy infrastructures are increasingly perceived as complex, adaptive socio-technical systems. Their design has not kept up; it is still fragmented between an engineering and economic dimension. While economists focus on a market design that addresses potential market failures and imperfections, opportunistic behavior, and social objectives,...
journal article 2016
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van Kuik, G.A.M. (author), Peinke, Joachim (author), Nijssen, Rogier (author), Lekou, Denja (author), Mann, Jakob (author), Sørensen, Jens Nørkær (author), Ferreira, Carlos (author), van Wingerden, J.W. (author), Schlipf, David (author), Gebraad, P.M.O. (author), Polinder, H. (author), Abrahamsen, Asger Bech (author), van Bussel, G.J.W. (author), Sørensen, John Dalsgaard (author), Tavner, Peter (author), Botasso, Carlo (author), Muskulus, Michael (author), Matha, Denis (author), Lindeboom, Han (author), Degraer, Steven (author), Kramer, Oliver (author), Lehnhoff, Sebastian (author), Sonnenschein, Michael (author), Sørensen, Poul Ejnar (author), Kunneke, R.W. (author), Morthorst, Poul Erik (author), Skytte, Klaus (author)
The European Academy of Wind Energy (eawe), representing universities and institutes with a significant wind energy programme in 14 countries, has discussed the long-term research challenges in wind energy. In contrast to research agendas addressing short- to medium-term research activities, this eawe document takes a longer-term perspective,...
review 2016
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Künneke, R.W. (author)
This article proposes a framework for categorizing possible interrelations between technological and institutional change and applies this framework to the case of the restructuring of the electricity sector. It is argued that there is a need for coherence between institutions and technological practice, so as to safeguard the satisfactory...
journal article 2008
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