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Koutstaal, P.R. (author), van Hout, M. (author), Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (author)
PBL heeft in samenwerking met ECN een doorrekening uitgevoerd van het effect van het regeerakkoord van Kabinet Rutte III op broeikasgasemissies, hernieuwbare energie en het finaal energiegebruik (Koelemeijer et al., 2017). Dit rapport geeft een verdere toelichting op de deeldoorrekening van twee maatregelen uit het RA2017 die betrekking hebben...
report 2017
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Koutstaal, P.R. (author), van Hout, M. (author), Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (author)
In this study insights are gained on the impact of a future expansion of Norwegian Hydro Power. Two scenarios are analyzed for the year 2030 that differ with regard the ambition of Norway to participate in the EU power markets to balance supply and demand; Niche storage and Big Storage. In addition to the insights gained on trade flows and...
report 2017
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van Dril, A.W.N. (author), Londo, H.M. (author), Koutstaal, P.R. (author)
Het Ministerie van Economische Zaken heeft ECN Beleidsstudies gevraagd om een essay te schrijven over de verduurzaming van de energie-intensieve industrie. In dit essay schetst ECN de rol en positie van de energie-intensieve industrie in de transitie naar een CO2-arme samenleving. Uitgangspunt daarbij is een broeikasgas-emissiereductie van 80-95...
other 2017
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Koutstaal, P.R. (author), van Hout, M. (author)
Increasing shares of wind and solar power in the electricity system have a considerable impact on electricity markets. The variable and uncertain generation from these renewables is a source of additional costs. These costs include the costs of back-up needed for periods with low wind and solar production, the cost of transmission to reach...
article 2017
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Koutstaal, P.R. (author), van Hout, M. (author)
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public lecture 2016
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Boot, P.A. (author), Koutstaal, P.R. (author)
No English summary available.
article 2015
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Koutstaal, P.R. (author), van Hout, M. (author), Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (author)
The main objective of this study is to quantify the effects of closure of all the coal-fired power stations in the Netherlands in 2017 or 2020. The main effects considered in this study are:<p> CO2 emissions <p> Electricity prices <p> Generation mix <p> Cros-border trade in electricity &amp...
report 2015
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Sijm, J.P.M. (author), Koutstaal, P.R. (author)
No English summary available.
article 2015
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van den Oosterkamp, P.F. (author), de Joode, J. (author), van der Welle, A.J. (author), Lenstra, W.J. (author), Koutstaal, P.R. (author), van Hussen, K. (author), Haffner, R. (author)
Smartening of the grid offers opportunities for changing the current energy markets into more efficient and flexible retail markets. This provides possibilities to develop new services and rearrange optimal network management thereby introducing new actors to the energy system. New tasks and responsibilities will emerge for existing and new...
other 2014
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Koutstaal, P.R. (author), van Hout, M. (author), Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (author)
A model-based approach has been used to determine volumes and prices of flexibility on the future day-ahead and intraday market, given increasing levels of intermittent renewables in the electricity generation mix. While the focus is on market developments in the Netherlands, the analysis has been made with a detailed electricity market model...
report 2014
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Koutstaal, P.R. (author)
Current Northwest European electricity markets are designed as ‘energy-only’ markets. In an energy-only market the price received for electricity produced is set by the marginal generation unit and potentially leaves the owners of these units with ‘missing money’: i.e. money that is required to recover investment cost. With a much higher...
other 2013
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Koutstaal, P.R. (author), Pollitt, H. (author), Chewpreecha, U. (author), Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (author)
The current EU ETS faces a dilemma. To induce low-carbon investments in the power sector, higher carbon prices are needed, while low carbon prices are needed to reduce the risk of carbon leakage and loss of industrial competitiveness. This study analyses the effects and implications of two alternative policy options to address this price dilemma...
report 2013
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Koutstaal, P.R. (author), van Hout, M. (author), Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (author)
Presently, Northwest European centralised electricity markets are designed as energy-only markets. In an energy-only market, the price received for electricity produced is set by the marginal generation unit. Potentially, the designs of these markets could leave the owners of these units with missing money: i.e. money that is required to recover...
report 2013
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Plomp, A.J. (author), Koutstaal, P.R. (author), van Hout, M. (author), Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (author)
“The Dutch Province of Overijssel has the ambition to reach a 20% share of renewable energy in 2020. The province is using a range of policy instruments to improve the investment climate for renewable energy and energy savings. Overijssel has asked ECN to investigate which effects can be expected in the period 2007-2020. The policies have...
report 2013
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