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van den Berg, Paulien (author)
The dynamic and fast-changing environment brings challenges for generating long-term visions of the future; scenarios. Outdated scenarios will result in future pathways that are no longer achievable and therefore reduces their relevance and usefulness for making decisions. As some uncertainty is resolved over time, while other uncertainties...
master thesis 2019
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Okkerman, Luc (author)
The goal of this thesis is to determine the effects of integrating blue hydrogen into the Dutch energy system. A new framework is presented to assess several different designs for the business model, infrastructure, and market. This framework is applied to the case of the H-vision project. Three business models are tested against three energy...
master thesis 2019
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Saba, Youssef (author)
As the energy transition evolves, more fossil-driven base-load generation is being replaced with intermittent renewable energy sources. Peak power plants will continue to play a crucial role in future renewable energy systems to complement renewable energy supply. The focus of this thesis is on alternative fuels that can be utilized in...
master thesis 2019
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Sharma, Anuj (author)
Bioenergy has received less attention in recent times due to its changing negative image. For the EU, bioenergy was considered mostly for its contribution to greening and diversifying its energy mix. While its impact on CO2 emissions is hotly debated, there is a dearth of studies regarding the energy security implications of bioenergy in the EU....
master thesis 2019
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Bekkers, Stijn (author)
The Dutch government has announced that 7 million houses and 1 million buildings in the service sector need to be provided by sustainable heat in 2050 (Klimaatberaad, 2018b). This is an enormous challenge considering that over 90 percent of the houses and service sector buildings in the Netherlands are currently heated by the local combustion of...
master thesis 2019
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Hammoud, Housam (author)
This paper presents a new theoretical approach to design a polycentric electricity sector. The study focuses on Lebanon and its electricity sector, and tries to reform the sector using a proposed polycentric structure. The study utilises the polycentric indicators and general structure, along with organisational modes, and electricity market...
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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Brummer, Menno (author)
master thesis 2018
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de Vrij, Xavier (author)
Uprising innovative technologies like blockchain and the Internet of Things are increasingly changing the energy domain. These disruptive technologies are becoming more mainstream as a result of media attention and are supported by large multinationals like Tesla and Google. This combined with the enormous CO2 emissions due to fossil fuels and...
master thesis 2018
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Schütte, Ernst (author)
Market-oriented electricity sector reforms have spread across the world in the last decades, with the aim to increase efficiency and stimulate investments. In many cases the outcomes of these reforms did not met up with expectations in terms of among others pricing, social welfare and efficiency. An often mentioned reason for these undesired...
master thesis 2018
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Groenendaal, Julius (author)
In a socio –technical system, such as the energy system, a network of actors is responsible for developing, monitoring and managing the technical system bounded by institutions on different levels. The network of actors is the social dimension, where the technical system is the technical dimension of the socio -technical system. The development...
master thesis 2018
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Rijneveld, Christiaan (author)
master thesis 2018
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Sridharan, Praveen (author)
In this research work we aim to find the main impact areas of the introduction of 4.2 million EVs in state of California in the year 2030. We do this by conducting an energy security analysis in which we create a new analysis framework that is able to assess the situation in 2030 correctly as present frameworks prove to be inadequate in this...
master thesis 2018
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Nijsse, Youri (author)
In a rapidly expanding offshore wind market, governments are evaluating their role in the support of the export of their domestic companies. This thesis looks at what roles governments utilize in the export domain of offshore wind. Four governmental roles are identified and their prevalence is rated in different stages of a novel representation...
master thesis 2018
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de Vos, Thijs (author)
The Netherlands currently lacks a large scale aggregation system which can unlock decentralised flexibility to improve the reliability of the electricity grid in the presence of a significant amount of variable renewable energy sources. In this reserach, the aggregator blockchain technology is perceived as an enabler for a decentralised...
master thesis 2017
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Seeverens, Francien (author)
master thesis 2017
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Brard, Bryan (author)
EU climate goals force EU member states to increase the share of renewable electricity generation in their respective electricity markets. To reach these climate goals, offshore wind energy is regarded as one of the main technologies that can contribute to a full transition towards a fossil-free electricity system. Furthermore, 230 Gigawatts (GW...
master thesis 2017
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Meurs, Niek (author)
This research aims to develop a maintenance strategy for large offshore DOT wind farms to reduce the costs for O&M. The strategy consists of a logistical solution in the form of a stock keeping scenario and a mechanism to exchange parts of the drive train. Requirements for the maintenance strategy is to be innovative, in order to stand out...
master thesis 2017
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Klein Entink, Mark (author)
This research determines the value of local electrical energy storage. This value on one hand consists of a value for the DSO, which is the deferral of investments in their grid. On the other hand, the value of trading with these storage unit is determined. The trading value is constrained by the usage by the DSO.
master thesis 2017
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