Wim C. Turkenburg
Wim C. Turkenburg
professor STS, Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
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Exploration of the ranges of the global potential of biomass for energy
M Hoogwijk, A Faaij, R Van Den Broek, G Berndes, D Gielen, ...
Biomass and bioenergy 25 (2), 119-133, 2003
A bottom-up assessment and review of global bio-energy potentials to 2050
EMW Smeets, APC Faaij, IM Lewandowski, WC Turkenburg
Progress in Energy and combustion science 33 (1), 56-106, 2007
Global Energy Assessment: Toward a Sustainable Future
TB Johansson, N Nakicenovic, et al.
Cambridge University Press, 2012
Potential of biomass energy out to 2100, for four IPCC SRES land-use scenarios
M Hoogwijk, A Faaij, B Eickhout, B de Vries, W Turkenburg
Biomass and Bioenergy 29 (4), 225-257, 2005
A comparison of electricity and hydrogen production systems with CO2 capture and storage. Part A: Review and selection of promising conversion and capture technologies
K Damen, M Troost, A Faaij, W Turkenburg
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science 32 (2), 215-246, 2006
World Energy Assessment: Energy and the Challenge of Sustainability
J Goldemberg, et-al
UNDP, NY, ISBN 92-1-126126-0, 2000
Global experience curves for wind farms
M Junginger, A Faaij, WC Turkenburg
Energy policy 33 (2), 133-150, 2005
Fischer–Tropsch diesel production in a well-to-wheel perspective: a carbon, energy flow and cost analysis
OPR Van Vliet, APC Faaij, WC Turkenburg
Energy Conversion and Management 50 (4), 855-876, 2009
Comparative assessment of CO2 capture technologies for carbon-intensive industrial processes
T Kuramochi, A Ramírez, W Turkenburg, A Faaij
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science 38 (1), 87-112, 2012
Life cycle assessment of a pulverized coal power plant with post-combustion capture, transport and storage of CO2
J Koornneef, T van Keulen, A Faaij, W Turkenburg
International journal of greenhouse gas control 2 (4), 448-467, 2008
Renewable energy technologies
WC Turkenburg, et-al
Energy and the Challenge of Sustainability. World Energy Assessment., 219-272, 2000
The sustainability of Brazilian ethanol—an assessment of the possibilities of certified production
E Smeets, M Junginger, A Faaij, A Walter, P Dolzan, W Turkenburg
Biomass and bioenergy 32 (8), 781-813, 2008
Assessment of the global and regional geographical, technical and economic potential of onshore wind energy
M Hoogwijk, B de Vries, W Turkenburg
Energy Economics 26 (5), 889-919, 2004
Gasification of biomass wastes and residues for electricity production
A Faaij, R Van Ree, L Waldheim, E Olsson, A Oudhuis, A Van Wijk, ...
Biomass and Bioenergy 12 (6), 387-407, 1997
Health, safety and environmental risks of underground CO2 storage–overview of mechanisms and current knowledge
K Damen, A Faaij, W Turkenburg
Climatic Change 74 (1), 289-318, 2006
Health, safety and environmental risks of underground CO2 sequestration–Overview of mechanisms and current knowledge
K Damen, A Faaij, W Turkenburg
Report NWS-E-2003-30, 30 s, 2003
Cost reduction prospects for offshore wind farms
M Junginger, A Faaij, WC Turkenburg
Wind engineering 28 (1), 97-118, 2004
Techno-economic analysis of natural gas combined cycles with post-combustion CO2 absorption, including a detailed evaluation of the development potential
ANM Peeters, APC Faaij, WC Turkenburg
International Journal of Greenhouse gas control 1 (4), 396-417, 2007
Techno-economic comparison of series hybrid, plug-in hybrid, fuel cell and regular cars
OPR van Vliet, T Kruithof, WC Turkenburg, APC Faaij
Journal of Power Sources 195 (19), 6570-6585, 2010
Least-cost options for integrating intermittent renewables in low-carbon power systems
AS Brouwer, M van den Broek, W Zappa, WC Turkenburg, A Faaij
Applied Energy 161, 48-74, 2016
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