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10 March 2023
AI for the Energy Transition: an Hackathon
From suggesting a better topological configuration of the energy grid, to detecting anomalies in the energy trade and suggesting more efficient energy trading strategies: there are countless ways in which AI can help streamline the energy transition. In fact: these are just the first three research directions Jochen Cremer and his team are investigating together with the Austrian Institute of Technology. To find out what other green pastures lie beyond these three approaches, this week TU Delft organized a Hackathon, together with the Austrian AIT.
02 March 2023
Laurens de Vries appointed to advisory committee Maatwerkaanpak Verduurzaming Industrie
Minister Adriaansens of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate recently appointed Laurens de Vries as a member of the Advisory Committee Maatwerkaanpak Verduurzaming Industrie. With the tailor-made approach, the Dutch government offers the 10 to 20 largest industrial emitters (including chemicals, refining, steel and fertilisers) in the Netherlands the opportunity to further accelerate sustainability.
28 February 2023
TU Delft presents the eight best Climate Action & Energy Papers
Record temperatures, floodings and melting sea ice: radical weather events are becoming more frequent and have a devastating effect on our planet and our lives. By accelerating the energy transition and climate action TU Delft, together with its partners, tries to prevent climate change and contain its consequences. With the election of the Best Climate & Energy Paper, TU Delft is highlighting a number of large and small innovations that contribute to this.
27 February 2023
Laurens de Vries in Wynia's week over stijgende netwerkkosten
Niet alleen gas en elektriciteit zijn veel duurder geworden, ook de kosten die de beheerders van het stroomnet consumenten in rekening brengen zijn dit jaar fors gestegen. Dat komt in ieder geval deels doordat het stroomnet uitgebreid wordt om zonnepanelen en windparken aan te sluiten. Laurens de Vries, professor aan de TU Delft, denkt dat de netwerkkosten daarom verder zullen stijgen. ‘
27 February 2023
Andrea Ramirez Ramirez in diverse media over CCS and carbon dioxide reductions
Recent research conducted by scientists at SINTEF Energy Research and Delft University of Technology, Andrea Ramirez Ramirez and Elda Rodríguez Angel demonstrates that implementing carbon capture and storage (CCS) in industrial facilities can result in significant carbon dioxide reductions at a minimal cost to the general public.
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