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Rudi Albert Hakvoort
Rudi Albert Hakvoort
Associate Professor Delft University of Technology
Verified email at tudelft.nl
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Energetic communities for community energy: A review of key issues and trends shaping integrated community energy systems
BP Koirala, E Koliou, J Friege, RA Hakvoort, PM Herder
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 56, 722-744, 2016
5672016
Managing electric flexibility from Distributed Energy Resources: A review of incentives for market design
C Eid, P Codani, Y Perez, J Reneses, R Hakvoort
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 64, 237-247, 2016
3722016
Positron beams for solids and surfaces
A Van Veen, H Schut, J De Vries, RA Hakvoort, MR Ijpma, PJ Schultz, ...
AIP Conf. Proc 218, 171-196, 1990
3601990
The economic effect of electricity net-metering with solar PV: Consequences for network cost recovery, cross subsidies and policy objectives
C Eid, JR Guillén, PF Marín, R Hakvoort
Energy Policy 75, 244-254, 2014
2932014
Time-based pricing and electricity demand response: Existing barriers and next steps
C Eid, E Koliou, M Valles, J Reneses, R Hakvoort
Utilities Policy 40, 15-25, 2016
2602016
Analysis of positron profiling data by means of ‘‘VEPFIT’’
A Veen, H Schut, J Vries, RA Hakvoort, MR Ijpma
AIP Conference Proceedings 218 (1), 171-198, 1991
2071991
The electricity balancing market: Exploring the design challenge
RAC van der Veen, RA Hakvoort
Utilities Policy 43, 186-194, 2016
1752016
Demand response in liberalized electricity markets: Analysis of aggregated load participation in the German balancing mechanism
E Koliou, C Eid, JP Chaves-Ávila, RA Hakvoort
Energy 71, 245-254, 2014
1552014
Risk-based assessment of the cost-efficiency and the effectivity of renewable energy support schemes: Certificate markets versus feed-in tariffs
R Fagiani, J Barquín, R Hakvoort
Energy policy 55, 648-661, 2013
1492013
Economic regulation of quality in electricity distribution networks
V Ajodhia, R Hakvoort
Utilities Policy 13 (3), 211-221, 2005
1432005
Trust, awareness, and independence: Insights from a socio-psychological factor analysis of citizen knowledge and participation in community energy systems
BP Koirala, Y Araghi, M Kroesen, A Ghorbani, RA Hakvoort, PM Herder
Energy research & social science 38, 33-40, 2018
1352018
Market integration of local energy systems: Is local energy management compatible with European regulation for retail competition?
C Eid, LA Bollinger, B Koirala, D Scholten, E Facchinetti, J Lilliestam, ...
Energy 114, 913-922, 2016
912016
Aggregation of demand side flexibility in a smart grid: A review for European market design
C Eid, P Codani, Y Chen, Y Perez, R Hakvoort
2015 12th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), 1-5, 2015
892015
The question of generation adequacy in liberalised electricity markets
LJ De Vries, RA Hakvoort
Available at SSRN 600503, 2004
832004
Local alternative for energy supply: Performance assessment of integrated community energy systems
BP Koirala, JP Chaves Ávila, T Gómez, RA Hakvoort, PM Herder
Energies 9 (12), 981, 2016
722016
Agent-based analysis of the impact of the imbalance pricing mechanism on market behavior in electricity balancing markets
RAC Van Der Veen, A Abbasy, RA Hakvoort
Energy Economics 34 (4), 874-881, 2012
702012
The impact of European balancing rules on wind power economics and on short-term bidding strategies
JP Chaves-Ávila, RA Hakvoort, A Ramos
Energy Policy 68, 383-393, 2014
642014
Towards a comprehensive policy for electricity from renewable energy: Designing for social welfare
KK Iychettira, RA Hakvoort, P Linares, R de Jeu
Applied Energy 187, 228-242, 2017
552017
Congestion management in the European electricity system: an evaluation of the alternatives
HPA Knops, LJ de Vries, RA Hakvoort
Journal of Network Industries, 311-351, 2001
552001
A review of the North Seas offshore grid modeling: Current and future research
JG Dedecca, RA Hakvoort
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 60, 129-143, 2016
542016
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