The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electricity, Electric power system, Electricity generation, Wind power and Environmental economics. He has researched Electricity in several fields, including European Union Emission Trading Scheme, Greenhouse gas, Operations management and Electric power. His Electric power system study incorporates themes from Dimension, Electric heating, Simulation, Dimensioning and Demand response.
His Electricity generation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Waste management and Photovoltaic system. The Wind power study combines topics in areas such as Pumped-storage hydroelectricity, Distributed generation, Stand-alone power system and Reliability engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental engineering and Green certificate, Renewable energy.
His primary scientific interests are in Electricity, Electricity generation, Electric power system, Renewable energy and Environmental economics. His Electricity research includes elements of Cogeneration, Flexibility, Process engineering and Electric power. The concepts of his Electricity generation study are interwoven with issues in Wind power, Distributed generation, Environmental engineering and Greenhouse gas.
William D'haeseleer has included themes like Natural resource economics and Power station in his Environmental engineering study. William D'haeseleer works mostly in the field of Electric power system, limiting it down to concerns involving Simulation and, occasionally, Automotive engineering. Many of his studies on Environmental economics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Operations management.
William D'haeseleer mainly investigates Electricity, Electric power system, Renewable energy, Electric power and Demand response. His Electricity research includes themes of Microeconomics, Environmental economics, Process engineering and Power station. The Environmental economics study combines topics in areas such as Supply and demand and Waste management.
His Electric power system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Wind power, Grid, Mathematical optimization, Simulation and Flexibility. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Renewable energy, narrowing it down to issues related to the Power system simulation, and often Electricity generation, Scheduling and Operating reserve. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Demand response, Automotive engineering is strongly linked to Electric heating.
His main research concerns Electric power system, Electricity, Demand response, Renewable energy and Electricity generation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Transport engineering, Mathematical optimization, Simulation, Cogeneration and Virtual power plant in addition to Electric power system. His Electricity study which covers Environmental economics that intersects with Stand-alone power system.
William D'haeseleer has researched Demand response in several fields, including Supply and demand and Electric heating. Cost of electricity by source and Production is closely connected to Waste management in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Renewable energy. In Electricity generation, he works on issues like Energy storage, which are connected to Stochastic optimization, Control engineering and Electric power.
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Distributed generation: definition, benefits and issues
Guido Pepermans;Johan Driesen;Dries Haeseldonckx;Ronnie Belmans.
Energy Policy (2005)
Thermal comfort in residential buildings: Comfort values and scales for building energy simulation
Leen Peeters;Richard de Dear;Jan Hensen;William D’haeseleer.
Applied Energy (2009)
Flux Coordinates and Magnetic Field Structure
William Denis D’haeseleer;William Nicholas Guy Hitchon;James D. Callen;J. Leon Shohet.
Determining optimal electricity technology mix with high level of wind power penetration
Cedric De Jonghe;Erik Delarue;Ronnie Belmans;William D’haeseleer.
Applied Energy (2011)
Comparison of Thermodynamic Cycles for Power Production from Low-Temperature Geothermal Heat Sources
Daniël Walraven;Ben Laenen;William D’haeseleer.
Energy Conversion and Management (2013)
The impact of thermal storage on the operational behaviour of residential CHP facilities and the overall CO2 emissions
Dries Haeseldonckx;Leen Peeters;Lieve Helsen;William D’haeseleer.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2007)
Impact of the level of temporal and operational detail in energy-system planning models
Kris Poncelet;Erik Delarue;Daan Six;Jan Duerinck.
Applied Energy (2016)
Integrated modeling of active demand response with electric heating systems coupled to thermal energy storage systems
Dieter Patteeuw;Dieter Patteeuw;Kenneth Bruninx;Kenneth Bruninx;Alessia Arteconi;Erik Delarue;Erik Delarue.
Applied Energy (2015)
The use of the natural-gas pipeline infrastructure for hydrogen transport in a changing market structure
Dries Haeseldonckx;William D’haeseleer.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2007)
Control of heating systems in residential buildings: Current practice
L. Peeters;J. Van der Veken;H. Hens;L. Helsen.
Energy and Buildings (2008)
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