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van Haersma Buma, Bernhard (author)
The Netherlands is looking to decarbonize its economy and replace natural gas from Groningen and Russia with different energy carriers. Dutch government has been mainly stimulating renewable electricity production, CO2 capture and storage (CCS) and sustainable heat generation (RVO, 2022) to address these challenges. While these technologies are...
master thesis 2023
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Veraart, Siebren (author)
According to International Energy Agency (IEA), the demand for high value chemicals (HVC) will increase by 60% to a total of 400 Mt/year by 2050, leading to an increase of 30% in direct CO2 emissions. However, the Paris agreement forces the sector to reduce its emissions by 90-100% in 2050 compared to 1990. This induces the need for a more...
master thesis 2023
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van Dullemen, Stijn (author)
Because of the climate crisis the world is facing, all sectors must move towards a more sustainable future. In the Netherlands, the industry sector emits large amounts of CO2 because of the heavy reliance on fossil-fuels and large electricity demand. The Paris agreement and the Green Deal forces the industry sector to rapidly transition towards...
master thesis 2022
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Huijsinga, Martha (author)
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has created a renewed focus on both climate change and security of supply of energy. The European Commission’s Green Deal highlights the importance of the clean energy carrier ’low-carbon hydrogen’ to combat climate change. Simultaneously, in the new REPowerEU package, the European Commission emphasises the...
master thesis 2022
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Amato, Joshua (author)
In the transition towards climate neutrality by 2050 green hydrogen can contribute as a clean and widely applicable energy vector. However, domestic production by electrolysis in the Netherlands will not be able to produce enough hydrogen for the estimated demand. Import of hydrogen will thus be crucial. The Port of Rotterdam (PoR) will play a...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Gajadin, Esmée (author)
The Port of Rotterdam is developing a hydrogen and CO2 pipeline bundle for industry in NRW. By applying a Multi-Criteria Analysis to this case, a model is created that evaluates this pipeline bundle against the criteria of the industry in North Rhine-Westphalia. The system analysis is used as the basis for the model, industry objectives are used...
master thesis 2022
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Straatsma, Renze (author)
Hydrogen is widely considered an essential energy carrier that has the potential to accelerate the energy transition. The Netherlands does not have the resources to fulfil the expected hydrogen demand by domestically produced hydrogen. By realising hydrogen import terminals, the Port of Rotterdam can maintain its dominating...
master thesis 2021
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van der Heijden, Hugo (author)
In this thesis the potential of demand response among households in The Netherlands is studied. The methodology is based on the conceptual design of an Agent-Based Model for the adoption of domestic demand response by households. From this model the subsequent flexibility in the electricity system will be brought forward.<br/><br/>A review of...
master thesis 2021
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de Kruijf, Theo (author)
Offshore Wind Farms (OWFs) have developed into an integral part of the European energy transition in the fight against climate change. The North Sea, with its excellent wind conditions and soil characteristics, as well as ports and industrial energy consumers nearby, has become the epicenter of offshore wind development. The coming years will...
master thesis 2021
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Lotliker, Aishani Vaikunth (author)
Building Information Modelling (BIM) has significantly improved the efficiency of construction projects. Using BIM tools provides various opportunities for cost management professionals to improve their cost management services' quality, speed, accuracy, value, and sophistication. Despite these benefits, BIM implementation for infrastructure...
master thesis 2021
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Toribio Ramirez, Daniela (author)
Because of the expected growing implementation of large scale water electrolysis, an apparent opportunity arises to implement systems in which the by-product oxygen is harnessed by using it as a raw material in another process. This is also known as an oxygen synergy, an example of industrial symbiosis.<br/>A procedure to design and evaluate the...
master thesis 2021
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Sliwinski, Max (author)
The Dutch economy is at present largely driven by fossil fuels, including the chemical industry. To achieve the goals set by the Paris Climate Agreement, the industry needs to decarbonise by switching to renewable sources. However, the industry faces many barriers in this climate transition. This research analyses the Dutch chemical site...
master thesis 2021
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Wolleswinkel, Willem (author)
How well spent is public money concerning sustainability goals? How effective and efficient are these policies? Even though it is widely acknowledged that actions against climate change are urgently needed in the near future, policy makers little insight in how potential policies can be designed most effectively. To evaluate the impacts of...
master thesis 2021
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Wester, Niels (author)
The Port of Rotterdam Authority (PoRA) aims to be CO2 neutral by 2050. To achieve this goal, they have proposed three steps to make an energy transition. The transition focuses on shifting from fossil energy towards renewable energy, like wind energy, hydrogen and geothermal heat. The Port of Rotterdam (PoR) is an important area to make this...
master thesis 2021
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Desideri Perea, Michela (author)
The Dutch energy-intensive industry relies heavily on fossil-fuelled energy sources for production processes, being responsible for one third of CO2 emissions in the Netherlands. The road to CO2 neutrality by 2050 requires a massive transformation of the industrial sector: sustainable supply and (re-)use of industrial heat, CO2 capture and...
master thesis 2021
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van de Graaff, Bas (author)
The world needs to decarbonize, and that includes the transport sector, which accounts for almost a quarter of the GHG emissions. Electrification and hydrogen-powered transport are increasing significantly. But, a new category of hydrogen-based fuels (synthetic fuels) could be part of the solution as well. Synthetic fuels are fuels that are made...
master thesis 2021
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Tönis, Max (author)
By signing the Paris Climate Agreement, The Netherlands has committed itself to curtail its CO2- emissions in order to keep global warming well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels. Pivotal to achieve these targets is the phase-out of CO2-intensive electricity generation technologies and investments in renewables. Current investments aiming to...
master thesis 2021
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van der Meer, David (author)
This research investigates the diffusion of Shore Power in ports. Shipping Companies and ports are dependend on the strategies of each other. Using Game Theory and Agent Based Modelling, the network and parties are simulated.
master thesis 2020
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Roos, Rob (author)
Acknowledged by the United Nations as part of their sustainable development goals, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions is paramount in preserving our planet for future generations. Electrication in the industrial sector is considered one of the energy transition pathways that can contribute to meeting the emission reduction targets of the...
master thesis 2020
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Bozmaz, Öznur (author)
Many infrastructure projects cope with a cost overrun and time delay due to the lack of effective design change management in case of design changes. To implement these design changes, an effective change process is necessary. This process guides the project team in identifying, documenting, evaluating and managing design change. With this...
master thesis 2019
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