TeSoPs

Technologically and socially feasible transition pathways for local energy system integration

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TeSoPs uses an integrative approach to identify, develop and assess technically, economically and socially feasible transition options and pathways to make heat systems more sustainable.

What are we trying to achieve and how?

The goal of this project is to make heat systems more sustainable and lower their negative impact on the environment. This will also make the wider energy system more reliable. We will explore how technological, behavioural and policy changes can expand the share of renewables in our energy systems, while at the same time increasing the reliability of the wider, integrated system.

Participating institutions and companies: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, TNO, Enexis, ING Bank, Gemeente Groningen, PowerChainger

Participating organisations

Netherlands eScience Center
TNO
University of Groningen

Team

Contact person

Ole Mussmann

Ole Mussmann

Netherlands eScience Center
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E.M. (Linda) Steg
Principal investigator
University of Groningen
Ole Mussmann
Ole Mussmann
eScience Research Engineer
Netherlands eScience Center
Rena Bakhshi
Rena Bakhshi
eScience Coordinator
Netherlands eScience Center
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Saeed Ahmed
PhD student
University of Groningen
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Thijs Bouman
Principal investigator
University of Groningen

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