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Centre for Energy Economics Research

Faculty of Economics and Business
Centre for Energy Economics Research

Providing scientific solutions for energy markets and business

The Centre for Energy Economics Research (CEER) conducts research on various topics within energy economics. These include: energy business, energy markets, consumer behaviour regarding energy, macroeconomic effects of developments in energy markets, government policies towards the energy industry.

Solving social issues
Our research can help to solve key scientific and social challenges, such as regarding climate change and the transition of energy systems towards renewable energy. Our researchers look forward to working together with external stakeholders and exploring interesting new research questions.

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News

Machiel Mulder onderzoekt economische haalbaarheid duurzame waterstof | subsidies verleend
Date:14 November 2019
[Machiel Mulder to investigate the economic feasibility of sustainable hydrogen - English available] Mulder ontving € 435k subsidie van NWO voor een studie naar de economische haalbaarheid van grootschalige productie van waterstof uit elektriciteit. En € 250k subsidie van GasTerra/New Energy Coalition voor onderzoek naar het ontwikkelen van een markt voor waterstof.
Vacancy | PhD position in the field of Economics of Hydrogen Markets (1.0 FTE) (219480)
Date:26 September 2019
This PhD position is meant to contribute to the economic analysis of markets for hydrogen. Hydrogen is increasingly seen as a potential energy carrier to heat buildings and produce electricity while it is also expected to become a major fuel in transport. In addition, hydrogen may play a role to help the electricity sector to deal with the increasing shares of renewable energy by offering flexibility regarding the timing and location of production.
Toekomstige markten voor duurzame gassen en waterstof
Date:17 September 2019
Hoogleraar José Luis Moraga, hoogleraar Machiel Mulder en Peter Perey onderzochten de economische vooruitzichten voor duurzame gassen en waterstof. Zij publiceren hun bevindingen in het CERRE-rapport ‘Future markets for renewable gases and hydrogen: What would be the optimal regulatory provisions?’. De onderzoekers doen voorstellen voor een optimaal reguleringskader, met het doel om het potentieel voor duurzame gassen en waterstof te helpen ontplooien in het kader van de Europese doelstellingen voor decarbonisatie.
Hoe wordt waterstof écht groen en wat doen we in de tussentijd?
Date:10 September 2019

Waterstof lijkt het nieuwe toverwoord voor de energietransitie, als je afgaat op alle plannen die de laatste tijd naar buiten komen. Waterstof is schoon, want bij de verbranding komt geen CO2 vrij, is te transporteren via de (bestaande) gaspijpleidingen en...

What our partners say

'CEER and GasTerra partnership: a win-win situation'
testimonial Anne Braaksma

"Working together we enable their researchers to work with the necessary data to challenge their hypotheses [...]"


'CEER research on the energy market: an eye-opener'
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"The responsibility of energy suppliers seems so exclusive that newcomers have a hard time getting in [...]"


'Major energy consumers benefit from sound scientific analysis'
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"The way the CEER scientists involve our association in the research has exceeded our expectations [...]"

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