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van Dijk, Bob (author)
Rapid intake of intermittent generation units, more decentralised production and electrification of demand impose serious challenges on transmission- and distribution electricity grids. Part of this challenge is an increasing amount of congestion on the grids. The Dutch redispatch market for congestion management needs to be adapted to include...
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Steenbrink, Flip (author)
As part of the EU Green Deal, the European Commission (EC) has announced a new renewable energy policy instrument that is to be installed in addition to the Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) of the EU: the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM). CBAM obligates companies, from non-EU countries who want to import products from the selected CBAM...
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Bakker, Jeroen (author)
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Jaspers, Barend (author)
The transition towards an energy system with high shares of variable renewable energy (VRE) sources has significant implications for the electricity system's demand and supply of balancing services, i.e. all the services to level out frequency deviations in the electricity system. First, the intermittent character and limited predictability of...
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Carter, Wino (author)
Even though carbon tax policies are fundamental for low-carbon growth and energy-effective investments, empirical evidence shows that longstanding continuation of a carbon tax is not self-evident. The sheer complexity of carbon tax continuation is reflected by the adoption – and subsequent reversal – of the carbon tax in Australia. In July 2014,...
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Geutjes, Dennis (author)
Societal concern is growing regarding the effect fossil energy use has on our planet and societies. Many promising sustainable energy solutions, like hydrogen, carbon capture and storage, and district heating, require long-distance distribution and transmission through networked infrastructure. Often, existing infrastructure can be repurposed to...
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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...
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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...
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Verheijen, Maurits (author)
On the 12th of December, 2015, the United Nations with 196 parties came to an agreement to limit global warming by reducing the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions globally called ’the Paris Agreement’. In line with this agreement the European Union created the Green deal stating that by 2030 at least 55% of the greenhouse gas emissions need to be...
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Knorringa, Jair (author)
Carbon accounting in the financial sector has experienced a rapid growth over the last years. Both private and public institutions have focused their attention on the role the financial sector can play in accelerating the transition to a low carbon economy. More than 80% of the financial institutions worldwide acknowledge the importance of GHG...
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Dirkzwager, Herman (author)
Research into the bidirectional relationships between travel behaviour, attitude and risk perception during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using travel data obtained by the NS Panel, a cross-lagged panel model is constructed to analyse the causation in the three predictors for car and train travel.
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Nguyen, Roland (author)
According to the Dutch Climate Agreement, each municipality has to formulate its heating transition vision strategy by the end of 2021. In the strategy, each municipality has to show how it will make its municipality natural gas-free, specifies the technology that will be implemented and describes the timeline for each of its neighborhoods. This...
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Munters, Pim (author)
In order to reach the climate goals agreed on in Paris, immense CO2-reductions is necessary: 55% reduction in 2030 and 95% in 2050. 20% of the total CO2-emissions in the Netherlands comes from heating homes in the built environment. Therefore, it is essential to transition to a sustainable heating system in the built environment. According to...
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Feijen, Sven (author)
The large-scale integration of variable renewable energy sources (VRES) brings about challenges related to the stochastic characteristics in supply. In this light, a recent and promising approach which has received increasing attention is that of multi-energy systems (MES). A MES is defined as an energy system whereby different energy sectors...
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van Heeswijk, Bas (author)
This thesis focuses on the transition from multichannel to omnichannel retailing. To provide insight into this, the current challenges and related indicators are identified by means of a multiple case study. In addition, a theoretical framework for the omnichannel retailing concept is designed. On the one hand, this will help to increase the...
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Sağdur, Yasin (author)
In an energy-only market, private investors play a crucial role in realizing the security of supply. However, several specific characteristics inherent to his market design cause concern about whether this market design is suitable for system adequacy. Moreover, due to policy goals aimed at working towards low-carbon energy systems, these...
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Marabini, Elena (author)
With the 2019 European Green Deal, the EU has set an ambitious roadmap to enable European citizens to benefit from a Green Transition. One of the main goal of the Green Deal is the deployment of renewable energy sources. Within these, solar power has been identified as the fastest growing<br/>source. Within solar technologies, crystalline...
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MAZIRE, Shweta (author)
To meet the ambitious renewable energy target of 170 GW, India is eyeing its vast solar energy potential. To tap this potential, it needs large swaths of land and massive infrastructure development. Research in the western countries has shown that renewable energy infrastructure developments has led to instances of injustices at local level. In...
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Bouman, Katja (author)
Enhancing women’s negotiation performance has shown to be a complex task as existing stereotypes diminish the effectiveness of traditional negotiation strategies and traditional means for negotiation training lack accessibility and scalability. To target these issues, this research investigates to what extent Negotiation Support Systems (NSS)...
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Fruytier, Marthe (author)
Industrial clusters are facing major challenges in transitioning away from their carbon-intensive activities in order to accelerate the energy transition away from fossil fuels. Therefore, the industrial clusters; the Port of Rotterdam, Chemelot, North-RhineWestphalia (NRW) and Transition System Operator (TSO) GasUnie are planning to develop a...
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