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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...
master thesis 2024
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Bakhuis, J.J. (author), Kamp, L.M. (author), Barbour, Natalia (author), Chappin, E.J.L. (author)
This paper systematically reviews the literature on sociotechnical multi-system innovation frameworks that broaden the usual focus on one sociotechnical system to encompass influences from multiple systems. The review includes 75 peer-reviewed papers that span a broad range of energy-demanding systems and mainly build upon the core frameworks...
journal article 2024
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ter Laak, Simon (author)
A pressure ulcer (PU) is defined as localised damage to the skin and/or underlying tissue, as a result of pressure or pressure in combination with shear. Despite the fact that pressure ulcers have received a lot of attention recently in hospitals and long-term care homes, they still form a major issue. The ErasmusMC is one of the hospitals with...
master thesis 2023
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Verberne, Leon (author)
The Dutch government published a Climate Accord in 2019 which stated that all houses in the Netherlands should be heated without CO<sub>2</sub> emissions. The Dutch built environment is currently being heated with natural gas which forces actors within the heating system of the Dutch built environment to look for new technologies. At the same...
master thesis 2023
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Termaat, Milu (author)
This master’s thesis explores the future of citizen participation in public decision-making in the Netherlands. Citizen participation is regarded as an important aspect of the Dutch democracy since it is used to gain insights into what the citizens consider important. Currently, there is scarce scientific literature on the future of citizen...
master thesis 2023
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Ravishankara, Amogh (author)
The aviation industry is one of the most challenging sectors to decarbonise. There is an urgent need to reduce emissions in order to meet its committed goal of achieving net-zero flying by 2050. Along with the existing and proposed decarbonization options such as electric aircraft, hydrogen fuel, and operational<br/>improvements, a hard-to-abate...
master thesis 2023
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Kramer, Twan (author)
The Netherlands is dedicated to countering climate change, and a necessary approach is transitioning to renewable energy and promoting the electrification of the Dutch industry. However, this shift from a centralized to a decentralized energy system has led to grid congestion due to the existing grid structure designed for lower energy demand...
master thesis 2023
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Schmidt, Peter (author)
The urgent need to address global warming and achieve the 1.5°C target set by the Paris Agreement necessitates an energy transition in Europe, with offshore wind energy in the North Sea playing a vital role. Despite the complexity of the North Sea's offshore energy system, the existing literature lacks a comprehensive study of the entire system,...
master thesis 2023
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Spruijt, Thomas (author)
master thesis 2023
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Duncan, Susannah (author)
In recent years, the French onshore wind industry has met increasing barriers to new projects despite more supportive policies being implemented. This research uses an adaptation of MLP and SNM transition study frameworks to examine the reasons for these shortfalls.<br/>The thesis include two levels of study: a national level and a local level...
master thesis 2023
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Gürsan, C. (author), de Gooyert, V. (author), de Bruijne, M.L.C. (author), Rouwette, E. (author)
Cities are increasingly recognized as potential motors of sustainability transitions. These transitions build on existing as well as new infrastructures, and these infrastructures mutually influence each other in many ways, a phenomenon known as infrastructure interdependencies. These infrastructure interdependencies have significant...
journal article 2023
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Blom, Peter (author)
Sustainability transitions is a complex multi-dimensional research field. In this field, different frameworks exist that have grown as separate strands while they actually contain many similarities and in some cases can even complement each other. In general, these frameworks try to present and clarify the processes related to transitions of...
master thesis 2022
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Voogd, Joris (author)
Conventional meat (CVM) and the related livestock industry are considered to contribute significantly to negative environmental impacts, animal suffering and threats to public health. Nevertheless, the demand for meat is still growing which is majorly due to global population growth. Lab-grown cultured meat (CM) is anticipated to be...
master thesis 2022
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Käller, Eva (author)
The textile and clothing industry is one of the most polluting industries worldwide and requires the use of many resources.Textile-to-textile recycling can be crucial for closing the material loop and transition towards a circular textile and clothing industry. Currently, only 1% of textile waste is recycled into new high-quality textile items....
master thesis 2022
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Arab, Rima (author)
Sustainability transitions are socio-technical developments driving and being driven by policy change while being inherently value-laden and political. Thus, to understand how such sustainability transitions come about, it is crucial to comprehend how socio-technical and policy change co-evolve. This study applied the Multi-level Perspective ...
master thesis 2022
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Riando Hotasi Sirait, Riando (author)
To achieve 23% renewable energy by 2025, 29% emission reduction by 2030, and net zero emission in 2060, Indonesia needs to accelerate the transition to renewable energy such as solar energy. Despite the abundant solar energy potential, the contribution of solar PV has only reached 0.05% of the energy mix in 2021 (MEMR, 2021). The development of...
master thesis 2022
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Wang, Zelin (author)
In 2021, China is already the largest electric vehicle (EV) market with more than half of global sales. Compared to the situation ten years ago, EV development in China has experienced a huge growth almost from nothing. This development is a complex socio-technical transition process, which cannot be simplified as technology progress or business...
master thesis 2022
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Bot, Martijn (author)
Nowadays a growing concern among the scientific community, and the wider public are pushing politicians and countries to design policies for reversing the course of warming the plant. These efforts are backed up by, for example, the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement. As resources are limited, studies have<br/>tried to identify sectors and...
master thesis 2022
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Croes, Gary (author)
This research identifies opportunities to accelerate the SET towards a 100% RE based on Aruba. This thesis is structured in three parts: 1) a literature review to assess the main relevant theories. 2) A conceptual framework combining the Strategic Niche Management and the Multi-level Perspective is developed to analyse and compare case studies...
master thesis 2022
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SINHA, PRAKHARDEEP (author)
The term “Green Hydrogen Economy” has been prevalent in the global economies in recent years. Interest in hydrogen as an energy carrier has increased due to the global increase in air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions and increased energy demand. The Netherlands aspires to be a European leader in hydrogen deployment, as hydrogen is widely seen...
master thesis 2021
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