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de Haan, Stijn (author)
In this thesis, both a 10 MW Alkaline Electrolyser (AE) and a 10 MW Proton-Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolyser system are evaluated through a comprehensive techno-economic feasibility study, spanning a 25-year operational lifespan. The systems are designed to serve a dual function, producing green hydrogen at 350 bar for utilisation at a...
master thesis 2023
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Jaspers, Noud (author)
We aim to make solar power forecasts using regression for grid optimization. We forecast from 1 to 6 hours ahead. The forecasts prove to be accurate with a skill score of 20% compared to persistence for a lead time of one hour.
master thesis 2022
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Moultak, Marissa (author)
The energy transition requires significant investments in new power generation, storage, and transmission technology to achieve emission reduction targets while ensuring a stable supply of electricity. However, the increasingly complex, uncertain nature of the power system creates challenges for investors and requires advanced research and...
master thesis 2021
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van Eck, J.G.F. (author)
Offshore wind energy is considered as a powerful form of renewable energy generation. It plays an important role in accelerating the world’s transition towards sustainable energy sources and reducing carbon emissions by fossil fuels. This study focuses on the advancement of service planning, related to this renewable energy source, by...
master thesis 2019
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Zuiderveen Borgesius, Freek (author)
To limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius in 2100, the European power sector needs to transform. Renewable energy capacity is required to reach this ambition, together with transmission and storage capacity to maintain grid stability. Carbon capture and storage could potentially decrease the required renewable energy capacity, while...
master thesis 2017
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Peters, J. (author)
With an expected growth of renewable energy sources, the amount of variable andweather-dependent energy input to the electricity system increases. This is a growing source of deviations between day-ahead forecasts and the realisation on time of delivery. On the other hand, new sources of flexibility (demand response, storage, EV, wind...
master thesis 2016
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De Pater, T.H.J. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Villar Lejarreta, A. (author)
Until recently the European electricity system has been operating as a set of isolated national markets with divergent regulatory norms. Today, the day-ahead markets between South-Western Europe and North-Western Europe are fully coupled, enabling the trading of electricity all the way from Portugal to Finland. Moreover, policy-makers in the...
master thesis 2015
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Van Staveren, R.J.M. (author)
The call for lower CO2 emissions has increased the integration of renewable energy sources in the electricity system. However, these intermittent sources do not follow the cycles of demand and are unpredictable in their nature. As the electrical system needs to constantly balance supply and demand, these renewable sources cause problems in the...
master thesis 2014
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Tan, M.L. (author)
Smart grids are introduced as a promising concept to facilitate the future energy supply system without excessive distribution grid reinforcement, while maintaining the same level of reliability. Load management is expected to enable a higher grid capacity utilization, thereby deferring or eliminating the need for asset reinforcements and...
master thesis 2011
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Weterings, R.F.M. (author)
The expectation is that different socio-economic trends will have a significant impact on the technical, economic and institutional structures of the Dutch electricity system. As a result, different solutions, applications, technologies, etc. are popping up in the Dutch electricity sector, which support this development. Literature names several...
master thesis 2010
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