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Oggel, Annabel (author)
Recognition justice is a form of justice that is achieved when people from different backgrounds can participate in society as peers, without having to assimilate to a dominant party. It is currently not being represented in climate change or conflict models.<br/><br/>This research aims to conceptualise recognition justice for use in agent-based...
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Wagener, Claire (author)
This master thesis provides a review of dynamic energy contracts and their role in shifting electricity consumption in households in the Netherlands. In this research the mixed-methods approach is used to identify changes in electricity consumption behavior of consumers with a dynamic energy contract compared to consumers with a fixed energy...
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Blom, Sjoerd (author)
The Dutch energy landscape is becoming more complex due to various interacting factors and uncertainties, creating what are known as "wicked problems" that demand collaborative solutions. This study addresses knowledge gaps by developing a collaborative guide for fostering effective Multi-Stakeholder Collaborations (MSCs) that can endure over...
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Berdowski, Lieuwe (author)
The transport sector in the Netherlands is under pressure to reduce emissions, constituting about 12% of the country's total emissions, to align with the goals of the Paris Agreements. One promising solution is the adoption of hydrogen fuel cell heavy-duty trucks, particularly for long-haul transport, providing emission-free operation when...
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van der Wel, Iris (author)
Data-driven health research, specifically the development of AI models, is hampered by poor data availability and associated administrative burdens, caused complex and fragmented data protection regulation. To reap the benefits of using high quality health data, while safeguarding data protection of patients, the synthetic data generation is...
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Spoelstra, Siemen (author)
This master's thesis explores the role of policy innovation of policies, programs, and policy instruments within the domain of heat transition in the built environment in the Netherlands, focusing specifically on the role of municipalities in navigating this complex transition towards a natural gas-free future by 2050, as mandated by the...
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van der Lee, Sean (author)
Many cities are implementing car-reducing measures to achieve goals related to livability, such as climate change reduction, air quality improvements, improved living space, improved health and safety and reduced costs. Policies at the local, national, and supranational levels affect the measures that cities can take. This thesis addresses the...
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Kho, Ricky (author)
The increasing dependence on technology has made society vulnerable to cyber threats, with ransomware becoming a major concern. The complex nature of the Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) model makes identifying the attackers challenging. Traditional methods often rely on direct indicators, but these may not be readily available or reliable. This...
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van Gend, Thijmen (author)
Privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs) have historically been used for safeguarding individual privacy from both public and private interference. But lately, tech companies have started using PETs as one instrument for the expansion of their power over different actors, as appears to be unfolding in the case of Amazon’s Sidewalk service: a United...
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Poppe, Tim (author)
In recent years, the escalating frequency of droughts due to climate change has made the prospect of more frequent droughts increasingly tangible. Effective water management during these periods is paramount, as it involves balancing water demand with limited supply. Water distribution models are instrumental in this regard, aiding decision...
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Esmeijer, Marja (author)
The Netherlands aims to have a carbon-neutral energy system by 2050. Hydrogen is seen as an important energy carrier that can contribute to this transition. Not only can hydrogen potentially decarbonise industry, transportation, and possibly agriculture and the built environment, but it can also be used to store electricity for longer periods....
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Thomson, Owen (author)
Within the energy transition, green hydrogen stands as a key solution for decarbonizing sectors where direct electrification is not viable. This thesis focuses on the competitive landscape of hydrogen production in North-Western Europe, addressing the technological and geographical competition of locally produced green hydrogen. This research...
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van den Oever, Mark (author)
Dutch road transportation networks are increasingly facing challenges regarding congestion, safety and environmental pollution. These challenges are intensified by increased urbanization and a growing need for connectivity . In the past, the remedy to most of these challenges laid in expanding the physical infrastructure through new asphalt....
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San José Sánchez, Samantha (author)
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van Eijk, Mark (author)
The automotive industry is transitioning to electric vehicles (EVs), creating a higher electricity demand. Concurrently, the utility sector is shifting to a renewable energy system. Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology allows EVs to both consume and deliver electricity to the grid, introducing a dynamic interaction. However, integrating EVs into the...
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van Muijen, Maarten (author)
This thesis explores sustainable and economically viable decarbonization pathways for the European ammonia industry. Through literature reviews, expert interviews, and detailed analyses, it addresses the industry's need to transition while maintaining competitiveness. Findings suggest that options like Autothermal Reforming (ATR) with Carbon...
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Limbeek, Ted (author)
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Meijer, Fleur (author)
The irreversible effects of climate change have led to a significant increase in citizen-led and initiated local energy cooperatives. Playing a crucial role in the shift to renewable energy, these cooperatives are evolving from informal community groups to structured organisations. Their success relies on co-creation, a collaborative process in...
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Colussi, Eva (author)
In the European Union, heating and cooling account for 50% of the total energy consumption and half of the carbon emissions, as 75% of the energy is still supplied by fossil fuels. In the Netherlands, energy transition decision-makers are sailing in the dark in an attempt to realize the heat transition in high-density areas. How can market...
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Aardse, Angel (author)
This thesis examines the pressing environmental issue stemming from the accumulation of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), particularly within the automotive sector. Despite directives from the European Commission aiming to promote a circular economy, challenges persist in effectively managing WEEE, particularly in End-of-Life...
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