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Oldenbroek, V.D.W.M. (author), Wijtzes, Siebren (author), Blok, K. (author), van Wijk, A.J.M. (author)
Future national electricity, heating, cooling and transport systems need to reach zero emissions. Significant numbers of back-up power plants as well as large-scale energy storage capacity are required to guarantee the reliability of energy supply in 100 percent renewable energy systems. Electricity can be partially converted into hydrogen,...
journal article 2021
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Tomar, Saloni (author)
Transport sector CO2 emissions are on the rise and responsible for nearly 30% of the EU’s total CO2 emissions (European Parliament,2019). An attractive way to reduce the CO2 emissions by transport is by changing the fuel used. Hydrogen is expected to play a key role in a clean, secure and affordable energy future (IEA). However, a clean,...
master thesis 2020
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Oldenbroek, V.D.W.M. (author), Smink, Gilbert (author), Salet, Tijmen (author), van Wijk, A.J.M. (author)
Renewable, reliable, and affordable future power, heat, and transportation systems require efficient and versatile energy storage and distribution systems. If solar and wind electricity are the only renewable energy sources, what role can hydrogen and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) have in providing year-round 100% renewable, reliable, and...
journal article 2020
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de Wit, Dennis (author)
In this thesis the Dutch consumer’ trade-off between hydrogen fuel cell technology and battery electric vehicles has been studied and identified which policy factors are effective to enable a FCEV breakthrough in the Netherlands. The consumer trade-off between different vehicle attributes is estimated by applying a discrete choice experiment and...
master thesis 2019
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Oostdam, Martijn (author)
Hydrogen as an energy carrier is seen as an important option to reduce the CO<sub>2</sub> emissions in the transport sector. However, limited research is done into the possibilities of using a hydrogen truck in freight road transport. This article considers the following question: <i>Under which...
master thesis 2019
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Park Lee, E.H. (author)
In the transition towards low-carbon energy systems, the growth of variable renewable energy sources (V-RES) like solar and wind in the electricity systems is calling for more flexibility measures. These are needed to cope with the increased uncertainty and variability that affects the residual demand. Flexibility can be offered by traditional...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Salet, Tijmen (author)
A techno-economic scenario analysis is done for fully renewable energy and transport systems in two smart urban areas in Europe (Hamburg and Murcia). Both city areas are reliant on wind and solar electricity, and use Battery Electric Vehicle(s) (BEV) and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle(s) (FCEV) as backup electricity plants. The energy systems...
master thesis 2018
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Oldenbroek, V.D.W.M. (author), Hamoen, V.C.S. (author), Alva, S. (author), Robledo, C.B. (author), Verhoef, L.A. (author), van Wijk, A.J.M. (author)
The world's future energy supply will include intermittent renewable sources, such as solar and wind power. To guarantee reliability of supply, fast-reacting, dispatchable and renewable back-up power plants are required. One promising alternative is parked and grid-connected hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in "Vehicle-to...
journal article 2018
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Sahu, Aarav Vijay (author), Park Lee, E.H. (author), Lukszo, Z. (author)
The vehicle-to-grid (V2G) service is slowly gaining momentum in its capacity to engage as a means of distributed generation. An aggregator's role is pivotal in the need to coordinate vehicles for V2G and maintain the security of supply of its customer base. The paper focuses on comparing the performance of the energy system when an aggregator...
conference paper 2018
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Sahu, Aarav (author)
Battery electric and fuel cell electric vehicles have the potential to cover the shortage in renewable power generation by engaging in vehicle-to-grid. However, the vehicle-to-grid service cannot completely make up for the intermittent nature of renewables. Deterministic models were used to compute the extent to which the vehicles can engage in...
master thesis 2017
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Alva, Samrudh (author)
In a future scenario electric vehicles (EV) could be operated in Vehicle to Grid (V2G) mode to support the national and renewable energy electricity grid by providing ancillary services such as peak shaving and frequency regulation. While developing financial models to price these services it is important to include the impact of Vehicle to Grid...
master thesis 2017
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Wijtzes, Siebren (author)
reement, adopted by virtually all 195 countries of the United Nations, is a binding deal with targets to keep global warming of the earth beneath 2∘C, and reduce emissions of greenhouse gases in 2050 by at least 80% compared to 1990. These targets require significant reductions in energy consumption and switch to carbon free renewable energy...
master thesis 2017
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Rodríguez Alonso, David (author)
During the last decade, the transportation market has experienced a remarkable transformation. Unprecedented technological innovation and an increasing concern about pollution and climate change have pushed society towards sustainable mobility solutions. Among these, the main current options for personal transportation are battery and hydrogen...
master thesis 2017
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Oldenbroek, V.D.W.M. (author), Wijtzes, Siebren (author), van Wijk, A.J.M. (author), Blok, K. (author)
In a 2050 fully renewable national electricity, heating and road transport system primary energy supply comes from non-dispatchable power generation such as solar and wind energy. Both negative and positive dispatchable balancing power plants need to balance the system. This work investigates whether parked and grid connected (Vehicle-to-Grid...
conference paper 2017
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Oldenbroek, V.D.W.M. (author), Verhoef, L.A. (author), van Wijk, A.J.M. (author)
Reliable and affordable future zero emission power, heat and transport systems require efficient and versatile energy storage and distribution systems. This paper answers the question whether for city areas, solar and wind electricity together with fuel cell electric vehicles as energy generators and distributors and hydrogen as energy carrier,...
journal article 2017
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Hogeveen, P. (author)
Car as Power Plant (CaPP) neighborhoods are an innovative approach to achieve sustainable, self-sufficient local energy systems. A key component of CaPP systems is a fleet of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), which provides mobility but also operates as decentralized power plants. The CaPP approach still requires proof of concept, this is...
master thesis 2016
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