The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electricity, Waste management, Agricultural land, Land use and Electricity generation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wind power, Natural resource economics, Econometrics and Gasoline. His Waste management study incorporates themes from Carbon capture and storage, Environmental engineering and Power station.
His research integrates issues of Energy crop, Bioenergy, Environmental protection, Biomass and Productivity in his study of Agricultural land. The study incorporates disciplines such as Agriculture and Energy supply in addition to Bioenergy. His research investigates the connection with Electricity generation and areas like Coal which intersect with concerns in Oil refinery.
His primary areas of study are Waste management, Electricity, Electricity generation, Environmental engineering and Environmental economics. Wim Turkenburg works mostly in the field of Waste management, limiting it down to topics relating to Integrated gasification combined cycle and, in certain cases, Biofuel. His research investigates the link between Electricity and topics such as Wind power that cross with problems in Photovoltaic system.
His Environmental engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Carbon capture and storage, Greenhouse gas, Biomass and Power station. He focuses mostly in the field of Biomass, narrowing it down to matters related to Land use and, in some cases, Productivity and Environmental protection. His study explores the link between Environmental economics and topics such as Renewable energy that cross with problems in Natural resource economics.
His primary scientific interests are in Waste management, Greenhouse gas, Electricity generation, Electricity and Environmental engineering. The study of Waste management is intertwined with the study of Integrated gasification combined cycle in a number of ways. His Greenhouse gas research incorporates elements of Photovoltaic system, Environmental economics, Engineering physics and Atomic layer deposition.
The various areas that he examines in his Electricity study include Oil refinery, Diesel fuel and Gasoline. His work deals with themes such as Carbon capture and storage, Particulates, Environmental protection and Natural gas, which intersect with Environmental engineering. The Energy supply study combines topics in areas such as Agricultural land and Bioenergy.
His primary areas of investigation include Waste management, Greenhouse gas, Electricity, Coal and Software deployment. His work carried out in the field of Waste management brings together such families of science as Particulates, Environmental impact assessment and Power station. Wim Turkenburg has included themes like Green vehicle, Automotive engine and Environmental protection in his Greenhouse gas study.
In his research on the topic of Electricity, Techno economic is strongly related with Oil refinery. His Coal study combines topics in areas such as Integrated gasification combined cycle, Electricity generation, Raw material, Biofuel and Torrefaction. His Environmental economics research integrates issues from Economic growth, Energy policy and Market penetration.
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Exploration of the ranges of the global potential of biomass for energy
Monique Hoogwijk;André Faaij;Richard van den Broek;Göran Berndes.
A bottom-up assessment and review of global bio-energy potentials to 2050
Edward M.W. Smeets;André P.C. Faaij;Iris M. Lewandowski;Wim C. Turkenburg.
Potential of biomass energy out to 2100, for four IPCC SRES land-use scenarios
M. Hoogwijk;M. Hoogwijk;A.P.C. Faaij;B. Eickhout;B. de Vries.
Global experience curves for wind farms
M Junginger;A Faaij;W.C Turkenburg.
A comparison of electricity and hydrogen production systems with CO2 capture and storage. Part A: Review and selection of promising conversion and capture technologies
Kay Damen;Martijn van Troost;André Faaij;Wim Turkenburg.
Comparative assessment of CO2 capture technologies for carbon-intensive industrial processes
Takeshi Kuramochi;Andrea Ramírez;Wim Turkenburg;André Faaij.
Fischer–Tropsch diesel production in a well-to-wheel perspective: a carbon, energy flow and cost analysis
Oscar P.R. van Vliet;André P.C. Faaij;Wim C. Turkenburg.
Life cycle assessment of a pulverized coal power plant with post-combustion capture, transport and storage of CO2
Joris Koornneef;Tim van Keulen;André Faaij;Wim Turkenburg.
Renewable Energy Technologies
Wim C Turkenburg;Jos Beurskens;André Faaij;Peter Fraenkel.
The sustainability of Brazilian ethanol - an assessment of the possibilities of certified production
Edward Smeets;Martin Junginger;André Faaij;Arnaldo Walter.
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