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Deinega, Mariia (author), Anghileri, E. (author), Wang, Yuanjie (author), Dijkstra, M.C.J. (author)
Cities are responsible for a great amount of CO2 emissions related to transportation (CBS). However, the greatest amount of CO2 is caused by private transport and is mainly associated with peri-urban (the peri-urban area is a common place to live for the natural environment and also near accessibility to city facilities) and rural areas due to...
student report 2024
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den Haan, Adriaan (author)
With the ever so rapid transition towards renewable energy, the offshore electricity transmission system has to expand. Towards 2050, a meshed offshore network is seen as a cost-effective solution to bring electricity to shore. Although there is no "one size fits all", a Cross-Border Cost Allocation procedure is the designated procedure to...
master thesis 2024
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van Daalhuizen, Thomas (author)
There is a need to broaden discussions on sustainable mobility beyond the prevalent focus on electric cars, particularly considering the challenges faced by border regions and marginalized groups that rely on public and soft transport. This study aims to fill this gap by examining the intricate dynamics of cross-border mobility transitions in...
master thesis 2024
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Maass Morales, C.E. (author), Stigter, Tibor (author), Fraser, Christina (author), van Breukelen, B.M. (author), Jewitt, G.P.W. (author)
Attention on the use of transboundary aquifers (TBAs) and their cross-border impacts is growing as countries become increasingly concerned about their long-term water security. Cross-border impacts, in groundwater quality and quantity, tend to concentrate in specific parts of TBAs, as they largely depend on the transboundary flow dynamics...
review 2024
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van Daalhuizen, Thomas (author)
There is a need to broaden discussions on sustainable mobility beyond electric cars and address the challenges faced by border regions and marginalised groups dependent on public and soft transport. This thesis explores how a transition strategy can support the creation a just and sustainable multi-modal network in a cross-border context. The...
master thesis 2023
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Su, D. (author), Liu, Jian (author)
Nowadays, city clusters have become an important spatial form in the process of global urbanization, characterized by contiguous development across provincial, municipal, and county administrative boundaries, given all-around cross-border circulation of socio-economic factors at the regional scale has become the trend. In order to pursue their...
conference paper 2023
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Slits, Wouter (author)
To match supply from intermittent renewable energy sources (RES) with demand, it is proposed in literature to introduce flexibility in the electricity market of the future. Flexibility can be provided by energy storage, demand response and cross-border transmission. In this thesis flexibility is modeled explicitly through the price mechanism of...
master thesis 2022
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Melliger, Marc (author), Chappin, E.J.L. (author)
Support schemes have been central to the expansion of renewable electricity globally and in the European Union. As technologies mature, individual member states may decide to phase out these policies. While previous research has shown that such policy changes affect investors’ decisions, we investigate how they affect pathways and electricity...
journal article 2022
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Orona Calleros, Daniela (author)
As a subset of Large Infrastructure Projects (LIPs), cross-border projects are characterized by their technical complexity, lead time, diverse actors involved and immense coordination and collaboration challenges due to the participation of organizations coming from different nations and institutional frameworks. As researchers recognize, these...
master thesis 2021
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Mengerink, Ramon (author)
To keep the generation adequacy of the power system up to standards, more and more countries in Europe are setting up capacity mechanisms. In a capacity mechanism power generation units receive payments for having their capacity available when this is needed (during moments of electrical supply shortage). These payments are received on top of...
master thesis 2021
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Bal, Frans (author), Vleugel, J (author)
Many countries have enhanced their air quality agenda (NOx, PMx etc.) by a climate change agenda (CO2 etc.). A direct way to lower these emissions is by using less energy (fuel) per activity. One of these activities is freight transport. Transport from supplier to factory relies on efficient and cost-effective means of transport. Road...
journal article 2021
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Symeonidi, M. (author)
The scope of this graduation project is the study of two domains, (1) territorialism and territoriality, (2) contested and conflicted environments. These domains are discussed in relation to spatial planning. The project examines the ongoing conflict in Cyprus as the main case study. Particularly, it studies the manifestations of territorialism...
master thesis 2020
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Poplavskaya, K. (author), Totschnig, Gerhard (author), Leimgruber, Fabian (author), Doorman, Gerard (author), Etienne, Gilles (author), De Vries, Laurens (author)
The zonal electricity market design in the Central Western European electricity market relies on redispatching generation units after market closure to manage congestion within bidding zones, while congestion between the zones is handled using flow-based market coupling. The combination of internal congestion in the meshed European network...
journal article 2020
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Renner, Tobias (author), Meijerink, Sander (author), van der Zaag, P. (author), Smits, Toine (author)
The combined effects of socio-economic growth as well as climate change exert increasing pressure on international river basins and require dedicated cooperative efforts to jointly manage international rivers. Cooperative strategies drawn from scientific literature, empirical research and practitioner’s handbooks are explored and clustered...
journal article 2020
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Rodríguez Salcedo, Cristian (author)
Climate change is creating alterations and increasing risks to both nature and our built environment. One of the most evident risks is sea level rise. We need to reconsider the way we have been preparing cities to face the climate change related issues. The hard infrastructure that has been used in the past to deal with these issues requires...
master thesis 2019
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Waldherr, Gabriela (author)
The Alps, also called the ‘water tower’ of Europe, are one of the biggest freshwater reserves of the continent, extending over seven countries. However, due to climate change, resulting in melting glaciers and more frequent dry periods, the availability of fresh water is seasonally changing and overall, decreasing in the future. This conflicts...
master thesis 2019
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Van Den Heuvel, Annika (author)
The Euregio Maas-Rijn can be considered a Polycentric Urban Region (PUR), a region that consists mostly of medium and small-sized cities. The region is divided by three national borders, but the opening of European borders has enabled the region to cooperate more. PUR’s have access to the same level of agglomeration benefits as a single, large...
master thesis 2019
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Brinkman, Rosalie (author)
The Dutch government aims at 70% of electricity production from renewable energy sources in 2030 in order to reach a CO2 emission reduction of 49% as compared to 1990 levels. With the increasing share of variable renewables in the European power system, it becomes increasingly more important to find a way to deal with generation volatility. The...
master thesis 2019
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Rinaldo, Stefano Guido (author), Ceresoli, Andrea (author), Lahaye, D.J.P. (author), Merlo, Marco (author), Cvetkovic, M. (author), Vitiello, Silvia (author), Fulli, Gianluca (author)
The upward trends in renewable energy penetration, cross-border flow volatility and electricity actors’ proliferation pose new challenges in the power system management. Electricity and market operators need to increase collaboration, also in terms of more frequent and detailed system analyses, so as to ensure adequate levels of quality and...
journal article 2018
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Iychettira, K.K. (author)
The current regulatory framework under which the support schemes for Renewable energy sources specifically for electricity (RES-E) operate, is provided for by the Directive 2009/28/EC. It sets a 20% target for energy consumption, while relying on legally binding, national targets until 2020. The goal to promote RES-E, in the European context,...
doctoral thesis 2018
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