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Policy brief #3 – Opportunities and barriers to interconnector expansion in the North Sea Region

This informational policy brief explores the main opportunities and barriers to interconnector expansion in the North Sea region. This is in light of Europe’s drive to increase interconnection between national electricity grids to support decarbonising the power system.

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Policy brief #2 – Opportunities for an efficient future North Sea energy system – the case of the Netherlands

Reaching the national renewable energy and carbon emission targets set for 2030 and 2050 requires coordinated engagement among different parties involved in the use of the offshore space, working under a common vision. This can be facilitated by providing clear legal and practical guidelines for developing and implementing integrated offshore […]

Blog #13 – The Marie Curie Training Network – Energy Cultures and Agent Behaviour

What is your research focusing on?

My research explores the energy cultures and the agents’ behaviour emerging out of stakeholders interactions in the Energy Systems in Transition Project. An example of the areas I cover can be seen in figure 1 below.

Figure 1. Overview of topics being researched in my […]

Blog #12 – Development of a Real-time Optimization Solution for Dispatchable Energy Supply Units

What is your research focusing on?

The overall aim of my research is to provide a generic approach for optimum management of integrated energy systems using the real-time capability of artificial intelligence based solutions, in terms of energy, economy, and the environment. Future energy systems that seek to maximize energy utilization, […]

Policy brief #1 – Advanced biofuels and carbon capture can pave the way for the EU climate goals

Advanced biofuels production is limited and needs to accelerate to keep up with the energy transition challenge. How to do it and what is needed? Coupling advanced biofuels with CCS can be a way out. Read this policy brief to find out. […]

Blog #11 – Modelling Dispatchable Loads in Interlinked Power, Heat and Transport Models

What motivated you to do this project?

Bangladesh is one of the countries which are impacted the most because of the rapid climate change. It is a country where 20% of the country will go underwater if it rises 1 meter higher than now, causing to displace 30 million people – […]