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Stoopman, Sam (author)
What exactly causes the emergence of the attitude-behaviour gap, and to what extent, is not fully understood. Previous academic research has shown that many barriers to adoption remain, and that difficulty lies in the heterogeneity of consumers. Through the use of a simulation model this thesis explores the emergence of the attitude-behaviour...
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Buitelaar, Christiaan (author)
Emission-free zones are being instituted in cities in the Netherlands to combat the emissions caused by transportation activity causing operators of large commercial vehicle fleets to electrify their vehicle fleet. E-truck fleets need sufficient charging infrastructure and power capacity at the distribution centres they operate from. However,...
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Keulemans, Kees (author)
The “Wet open overheid” or Woo is a law that facilitates access to government information for Dutch citizens and states that “everyone has the right to access government information without having to show an interest in it, subject to the limitations provided for by this law.” This law is the Dutch embodiment of a Freedom of Information (FOI)...
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Welling de Arruda, Anton (author)
The revision of the eIDAS Regulation proposes the implementation of a European digital identity wallet for citizens to authenticate themselves across the EU. The process to decide if a person already has an account at the service where they seek to authenticate themselves is called identity matching. Regulated and public Dutch Relying Parties...
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Slootweg, Mark (author)
In the history of pension funds, the goal of their investment policy was capital growth within a limited investment risk. This goal was part of their fiduciary duty, the legal responsibility to act in the beneficiary's best interest. In recent years, the purpose of pension funds has shifted to aim for long-term social gains in addition to...
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Oei, Laurens (author)
In order for the Netherlands to reach CO2 neutrality by 2050, large investments in zero emission technologies are needed. These investments would comprise out of renewable energy generation, higher energy efficiency alternatives and electrification of end uses. Although climate mitigation has become an ever growing societal...
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Hiestermann, Maleen (author)
The Netherlands has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 95% by 2050. In this respect, hydrogen is a promising part of the pathway to meeting climate targets. However, there is a knowledge gap regarding the potential domestic and global supply chains in the Netherlands and their techno-economic and socio-political performance under...
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Schreuder, Anniek (author)
Over the years, the marine contracting sector has faced many challenges surrounding safety, the economic fluctuations because of the oil crisis and now tackling the sustainability challenge. Years of experience in the offshore industry, a heavy industry that contributes significantly to the climate crisis through its environmental impact, is...
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Pulles, Annemijn (author)
Due to the increasing use of Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices people have created an entirely new digital world for themselves. However, the security and privacy risk in this world are emerging. People using smart devices for everything in their lives are not realising that every interaction is collected and stored in databases. This study has...
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van Lonkhuyzen, Joost (author)
Ambitious decarbonization targets are introduced to combat climate change. According to the European Commission, sector coupling is required to achieve these targets. This includes the inclusion of renewables into sectors that are difficult to decarbonize, but also using resources more efficient, and introducing new clean fuels. Recent research...
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van de Loo, Koen (author)
The urgency for decarbonization of the energy grid is ever increasing and fossil energy sources must be replaced by sustainable sources of energy to prevent detrimental levels of global warming. Renewable energy sources wind and solar show potential and contribute to decarbonization but are intermitted and require storage solutions that are...
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Kumar, Arnav (author)
The demand for electric vehicles (EVs) and wind turbines have been rising significantly in the EU as the EU wants to become carbon neutral by 2050 and generate 40% of its energy through renewable sources in order to avoid climate change and its consequences. However, both these technologies use several critical raw materials essential for their...
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Marisa Priscilla Dwisatyawati, Marisa (author)
Solar Electric Vehicles recently emerged in the market to solve dilemmas that have been hindering the EVs mass uptake: limited driving range, long charging time, and limited charging infrastructures. The SEV utilization is especially interesting for those who live in areas with many sun hours annually but have limited EV charging infrastructures...
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Stefan Stefanescu, Alexandru (author)
During the last decade, there have been numerous pledges to reduce emissions. Europe has pledged to reach Net Zero in 2050: every projection to reach the target includes carbon capture technologies. A critical issue for the contribution of these technologies to achieve net zero targets is the transport of CO2 from sources to sinks, wherefore the...
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Geers, Artur (author)
Mobile phones are playing an increasingly significant role. The surge of services and tasks performed on mobile phones is accompanied by an ever-increasing amount of personal data about the owner. This has made mobile phones ideal targets for cyber criminals and it has translated into an increase in malware targeting mobile phones. Social...
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Acosta Martinez, Victor Acosta (author)
This thesis project studied the demand planning process of Cargill Global Edible Oil Solutions (GEOS) in the EMEA region and had the objective of developing a demand forecast model for the Retail Food Services customers to improve their satisfaction levels. The scope of this covered the commercial and contractual relationships, for the delivery...
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Tuit, Charlotte (author)
This study evaluates the face validity of the Participatory Value Evaluation (PVE) method. The PVE is an online method that enables participation for a large group of participants. This method is designed for citizens to evaluate a complex situation from a policy makers point of view. If a consultation lacks face validity, there is a likelihood...
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Deijkers, Emma (author)
COVID-19 has had a great impact worldwide. One of its many effects was that offices had to be closed, which negatively affects the economy and people’s mental health. It is important that a safe way to keep offices open is found. Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions (NPIs) are an important way to do this. However, to pick the right NPIs for one’s...
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Schuurmans, Tom (author)
Governmental organisations worldwide are working on their open data strategies and are openly sharing their data with the public. Recently also open data communities have been set up by several national governments. The effects of setting up these data communities on open data benefits and barriers and whether an effect exists at all is not yet...
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Sanderse, Yme (author)
Successful development of the hydrogen economy would mean an effective cure for the world’s energy crisis (Abe, Popoola & Ajenifuja, 2019). Mazzolai (2012) found that one of the most considerable barriers to its deployment is the development of large stationary hydrogen storage systems. Researchers suggest underground storage in depleted gas...
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