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Petrakos, Anna (author)
This project investigates the feasibility of hydrogen refueling stations using photovoltaic systems for fuel cell scooters. The aim was to identify the solar electricity generation potential of noise barriers in the Netherlands and the connection between this and future theoretical hydrogen demand for fuel cell powered two wheelers (scooters or...
master thesis 2020
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Zomer, Emma (author)
Up until now, ammonia has primarily served the fertilizer and chemical industry with limited regards to carbon emissions. The hydrogen within the ammonia molecule is commonly produced using fossil fuels; this process accounts for 1,2 % of the global CO2 emissions. Rather than using fossils fuels, electrolysis with renewable energy could be used...
master thesis 2019
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Karabulut, Merih (author)
master thesis 2019
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Sturmans, Simon (author)
Vehicle-2-Home (V2H) is a concept in which an electric vehicle (EV) is able to charge and discharge its battery pack to the building it is connected to. This concept enables EVs to store surplus solar energy, which is produced during the daytime and return in to buildings during the night time. For this system to work (cost) efficiently, the EVs...
master thesis 2019
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Bleeker, Cliff (author)
In the energy transition the expansion of the amount of renewable energy resources requires new methods for the design of energy systems. To deal with intermittent energy production, different energy technologies and solutions are in development. Hydrogen is a main candidate for this goal. Using Fuel Cell or Battery Electric Vehicles as flexible...
master thesis 2019
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Hammer, Daan (author)
A transition to V2G is hampered by many barriers, such as battery degradation and high investment cost. A dramatic shift towards autonomous vehicles (AVs) in the future transport system drastically changes the conditions for a transition to V2G, potentially resulting in a more flexible V2G system that efficiently deals with bidirectional flows...
master thesis 2019
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Guichard, Joris (author)
As heating forms a large share of the primary energy consumption in the Netherlands, district heating networks are regarded as an effective means to address the emissions- and renewable energy targets. In the Province of Zuid-Holland, the aim is to construct a large-scale regional open heat network that should create a more sustainable built...
master thesis 2018
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Brouwer, Robin (author)
Increased variable renewable energy sources penetration in The Netherlands require more flexibility that could be provided by distributed energy resources located at small end-users combined with demand response. Aggregators could act as intermediary entities to exploit the flexibility potential of small end-users and create value for...
master thesis 2018
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Munaron, Vittoria (author)
In today ́s world, supply chains are facing a rising number of challenges due to a fast changing environment and business structure. Increasing globalization and market competition have forced companies to expand their business networks, moving from local to more complex and vulnerable supply chains. As the key pain point to supply chain...
master thesis 2017
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Karambelkar, Sahil (author)
Rise in distributed energy resources has prompted a shift in the way electricity market operators function. Traditionally, centralized optimization techniques are used by such operators to plan for economic dispatches of power tominimize the overall operational costs and increase system social welfare. Due to the dispersed nature of renewable...
master thesis 2017
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