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Knipscheer, Ruben (author)
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Alberda van Ekenstein, Floris (author)
This thesis sets out to support decision-making processes throughout the Dutch urban heat transition. Over the last few years, calls from both academic literature and practise have emerged stating that participation throughout these processes is of utmost importance. Not only to gain acceptance for implementation plans in the making, but also to...
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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...
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Seerden, Wouter (author)
In order to understand the impact of new infrastructure projects, appraisal tools are used to estimate the impact it will have on society. Infrastructure is a key part of society, enabling and disabling society to work and live, playing a vital part in everyone’s lives. Former studies by Annema, Frenken, et al. (2017), Niek Mouter (2017b) and...
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van Dooren, Roos (author)
Electrification by means of renewable energy sources in electricity production (RES-E) is a key strategy to meet global climate goals established in the Paris Agreement. The increasing share of RES-E as a result of this has significant implications on the functioning of the electricity system and the adequacy of the electricity market design, as...
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Betere Marcos, Guille (author)
The Paris agreement has set European countries on a path towards decarbonization of the energy market. Due to the high dependence of natural gas in the Netherlands, various challenges will be faced when facing out fossil fuels. The major drawback of RES is that they are non-dispatchable, meaning their output generation fluctuates over time with...
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Jansen, Nicki (author)
The Dutch government has set an ambitious goal: by 2030, greenhouse gas emissions in the Netherlands should be 49% lower than they were in 1990.But even though geothermal energy is gaining recognition given the high heating demand in the Netherlands and its subsurface potential, implementation of this technology, especially in urban areas, is...
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Beukema, Karel (author)
Urban logistics is characterized by a high degree of freight flow fragmentation, the employment of various delivery methods, and the use of various vehicle capacities. Urban logistics is important for inhabitants' quality of life both in a negative and positive sense and plays a large economic role with significant...
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Kalpoe, Shaista (author)
Zero emission buses (ZEBs) have become an important part of the transition to sustainable urban transport. In 2016 the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment and 14 transport authorities signed a “Zero Emission Regional Public Transport by Bus” administrative agreement, stating that from 2025 onward all new buses must use 100%...
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Scherer, Tormo (author)
European and Dutch environmental goals prescribe that national emitted CO2 levels need to be reduced. Therefore, the Dutch government chose to transition the whole Dutch residential sector to gas-free living by 2050, to decrease CO2 levels. Homeowners are responsible themselves for adopting a sustainable heating system, where specifically heat...
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van der Wal, Joost (author)
This study aims to investigate and develop the efficiency of a decentralised dynamic system for last-mile parcel distribution. A better understanding of the efficiency, and thus the feasibility of this decentralised logistics method, contributes to a better understanding of the potential of these systems as alternatives to the current centrally...
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Irnich, Jakob (author)
Different leader-follower behavior may be observed in models, such as group gathering, backtracking, and flexibility of the group. However, a comparison of these behaviors resulting in possible substantially different estimates of optimal evacuation procedures is lacking. Hence, we developed an Agent-based model in combination with exploratory...
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Sow, Alex (author)
Although there is a common understanding that the use of variable renewable energy sources (VRES) is needed in our collective attempt to decarbonise society, the type of technology that we should deploy, and where is not so clear. Stakeholders from real-world projects use the outcomes from optimisation models to aid their decision-making process...
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Pronk, Kasper (author)
The transition towards electric vehicles (EVs) is ongoing and to facilitate this a covering charging infrastructure is required. Part of this charging infrastructure should be placed within the public space which causes problems and requires the multiple involved stakeholders to collaborate in order to solve these challenges. How this physical...
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Schermerhorn, Anne (author)
A transition from a linear to a Circular Economy is called for. Futures markets in secondary raw materials can support the circular economy through allowing circular businesses to hedge price risk. A blockchain-based architecture is designed using Design Science Research. The architecture can be implemented to facilitate the underlying...
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Becker, Quinten (author)
The past years there has been a major shift in the automotive industry from regular combustion engines that require the use of fossil fuels to more sustainable power trains. Also, innovations as autonomous driving are expected to make transport more sustainable. Especially now, as fuel prices are rising, regulatory pressures and global warming...
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Funk, Kieron (author)
According to the UNFCCC, the generation of electricity from coal fired power production (CFPP) is regarded as the greatest cause of climate change. Phasing-out CFPP and accelerating the deployment of renewable energy sources (RES) is, therefore, a crucial part of energy transitions for mitigating climate change. The Indonesian government has...
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van Engelen, Yves (author)
In the current digitalised society keeping assets secure is one of the most prominent challenges organisations face. In the ongoing arms race between attackers and defenders, software security patching is a well-recognised and effective strategy to mitigate vulnerabilities in software products. However, organisations struggle with the best...
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Stolk, Valentijn (author)
Ransomware has evolved over the years, shifting from widespread attacks targeting individuals to focused attacks on businesses and agencies. These attacks are performed by ransomware gangs while establishing interaction within the ransomware ecosystem. In this thesis, the ransomware ecosystem is posited as being constructed of three separate sub...
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Lechner, Jonas (author)
Climate change intensifies the frequency and severity of floods - the most devastating and costly climate-induced hazard. Government adaptations such as dikes or beach nourishments are important, yet insufficient in the face of worsening hazards. They reduce the hazard probability, but the local actions at the household level determine the...
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