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van Kleef, Sophie (author)
 A climate change mitigation strategy seen in the maritime sector is the electrification of berths through implementing shore power installations. The incorporation of grid-connected battery energy storage systems (BESS) into shore power installations, thereby creating hybrid installations, potentially accelerates the implementation of shore...
master thesis 2023
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Weenk, Thomas (author)
Battery energy storage systems (BESS) that are integrated with the electricity grid have proven to be a suitable solution for reducing costs by providing flexible demand, but are often uneconomical when used solely for this purpose. Despite the research efforts showing the benefits of an energy-integrated harbor-area smart grid (HASG), the...
master thesis 2023
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Willeijns, Jelle (author)
As liquid bulk vessels are berthed in ports, auxiliary engines generate the electrical power demand, which emissions have a negative effect on the environment and local air quality in ports. Shore power is an effective solution for this problem. However, the large costs of implementing shore power and the absence of a technical safe design...
master thesis 2021
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Moeis, Armand Omar (author), Desriani, Fenny (author), Destyanto, A.R. (author), Zagloel, Teuku Yuri (author), Hidayatno, Akhmad (author), Sutrisno, Aziiz (author)
A seaport attracts firms to it; such firms are often complementary and find ways to interact with one another, forming port clusters. The growth and decline of these clusters largely depend on government policies. Large port clusters have more economic activity but are also characterized by negative externalities, such as air pollution. This...
journal article 2020
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