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Zomerdijk, W. (author), Gusain, D. (author), Palensky, P. (author), Cvetkovic, M. (author)
A numerical model of a power system can be used to get accurate insights into the impact of policies and investment decisions regarding the transformation of the energy system, while also helping in identifying bottlenecks in implementing decisions. Spatial aggregation, especially for generation and load, must be carefully approached to obtain...
conference paper 2022
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Corvaglia, Francesca (author)
The growing global energy demand and correlated rise in carbon emissions is forcing us to increase the use of renewable sources. The residential sector represents a large part of the total energy consumption, and European governments are investing in distributed PV to increase the renewable share in this sector. However, on top of the solar...
master thesis 2021
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Gaona Reinoso, David (author)
In the residential sector, natural gas has been the main consumed energy resource for surface heating (SH) and domestic hot water (DHW) during cold seasons, and substituting this energy carrier with electricity from renewable resources imposes challenges not only in economic but also technical terms. Due to the intermittent nature of renewable...
master thesis 2020
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Prins, Kjell-Erik (author)
This research focusses on providing guidelines on how energy flat multifunctionalurban blocks can be designed, including governance components.   First of all, architectural design can play a significant role in reducing themismatch over time. With architectural design the space heating demand can...
master thesis 2019
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Montenegro Cardona, Lorena (author)
The building sector uses 40% of the primary energy worldwide. Energy demand in a non-residential existing building is rising due to higher comfort conditions, population growth and the enhancement of the building services. On the other hand, renewable energy technologies are every time more accessible for the built environment, especially the...
master thesis 2019
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Sattam, Ala'a (author)
The shifting of the European countries, including the Netherlands, towards an electricity production dominated by renewable energy sources to be (nearly 70%) by mid-century will have a significant impact on the frequency performance of electric networks. This would cause the level of grid inertia to be considerably reduced. From this perspective...
master thesis 2018
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Zamian Danilow, Rodolfo (author)
National policies that seek to stimulate the energy transition require attention with the requirement for generation sources that can compensate for moments when wind and solar plants are not available. Electricity supply needs to adjust to demand in real-time, at least until energy storage becomes commercially viable, otherwise the energy...
master thesis 2018
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Villar Lejarreta, A. (author)
Until recently the European electricity system has been operating as a set of isolated national markets with divergent regulatory norms. Today, the day-ahead markets between South-Western Europe and North-Western Europe are fully coupled, enabling the trading of electricity all the way from Portugal to Finland. Moreover, policy-makers in the...
master thesis 2015
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Grizonic, R. (author)
The advanced ageing of the electrical power network combined with the inevitable increase of renewable energy utilization and the constant increase of power consumption over the last decades call for a change in the current power network paradigm. Electrical world stakeholders have to embrace the situation and come up with methods of better...
master thesis 2013
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