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de Jong, Philip (author)
The ever-rising greenhouse gas emissions move the European Union to transition towards a future decarbonized energy system. To achieve this, the future energy system will mainly comprise variable renewable energy generation sources. Energy production from these sources is susceptible to weather fluctuations. Uncertainty of future weather...
master thesis 2023
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Khalegaonkar, Gaurav Ulhas (author)
Achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement requires a significant transformation of current energy systems. The energy sector has hundreds of technologies and millions of actors working together to balance the system. Researchers are using computer-based models to understand the techno-economic impacts on the energy system due to changes in one...
master thesis 2023
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Vos, Hidde (author)
In light of the energy transition to a fossil-free energy system, Europe is experiencing a colossal shift toward renewable energy generation. To facilitate the rapidly growing demand for clean energy, new technologies, and resources are being investigated. Airborne wind energy (AWE) and floating wind turbines have the potential to unlock...
master thesis 2023
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Boldizsár, Gergely (author)
Climate change, unfavorable geopolitical developments and resource scarcity pushes the fossil fuel based energy sector in the direction of renewable, carbon-neutral resources. The volatile nature of these, however, created new, technical needs for increased storage capacity and interconnectedness of demand and supporting grid, providing...
master thesis 2022
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Sow, Alex (author)
Although there is a common understanding that the use of variable renewable energy sources (VRES) is needed in our collective attempt to decarbonise society, the type of technology that we should deploy, and where is not so clear. Stakeholders from real-world projects use the outcomes from optimisation models to aid their decision-making process...
master thesis 2022
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van Til, Yannick (author)
The swift reduction of human’s carbon footprint is essential to prevent irreversible damage to the climate and to meet climate policy targets. Designing flexible and reliable future energy systems is a big contributor to meeting these goals. While energy system models have improved in the last few decades, they remain vulnerable against...
master thesis 2021
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