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‘Beast from the East’ sends Dutch gas price sky-high

Datum:25 februari 2019
Auteur:Daniël Schans, Research Assistant at the Centre for Energy Economics Research (CEER)

After a few quiet years, the Dutch gas market is going through turbulent times. This is mainly due to earthquakes in the Groningen area and the social resistance to gas extraction that followed. Consequently, the Dutch government decided to gradually lower...

Kernenergie

TWISTGESPREK KERNENERGIE

Datum:17 januari 2019

Is kernenergie een noodzakelijk kwaad in tijden van klimaatverandering? Ontdek het tijdens het TWISTGESPREK KERNENERGIE op woe 23 januari van 20.00 tot 21.30 uur bij de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.

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TWISTGESREK KERNENERGIE

Simon Friederich en...

Energie Debat: Electrificatie - toename van gasconsumptie?

Energie Debat: Elektrificatie - toename van gasconsumptie?

Datum:08 november 2018

Professor Machiel Mulder (RUG/Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde FEB) kruist de degens met Jan Willem van de Groep (‘Factory Zero’ en ‘Nul op de Meter’). Zij bespreken Mulder’s recent gepubliceerde rapport ‘Electrification of heating and transport: a scenario...

Report Gas production and earthquakes in Groningen

End to gas extraction in Groningen means opportunities

Datum:05 juni 2018

In their report entitled ‘Gas production and earthquakes in Groningen. Reflection on economic and social consequences’, University of Groningen researchers Machiel Mulder and Peter Perey conclude that the government’s announcement of its intention to stop extracting...

Rapport Gas production and earthquakes in Groningen

Einde aan Groninger gaswinning biedt regio kans op voortrekkersrol energietransitie

Datum:05 juni 2018

Nu het kabinet heeft aangekondigd de gaswinning uit het Groningenveld volledig te willen beëindigen, ontstaan er kansen om te werken aan alternatieven voor de regio. Dankzij de vrije ruimte in de omgeving, een ligging dichtbij de zee en de aanwezigheid van...

Presentation of the report in Brussel

The future of gas in an electrified Europe

Datum:04 juni 2018

The report ‘Gas and the electrification of heating & transport: scenarios for 2050’ was presented in Brussels on 23 May by a team of researchers including University of Groningen Professor Machiel Mulder. The report, which was commissioned by the Centre on...

Gas power station Hemweg in Amsterdam. Picture: Rens Groenendijk / Nationale Beeldbank

Electrification will cause major increase in gas demand in the Netherlands

Datum:24 mei 2018

Switching to electric heating systems in homes and electric vehicles are two important ways to reduce CO2 emissions in the Netherlands and reduce its dependence on fossil energy such as Groningen natural gas. However, this will cause a major increase in the...

MOOC about complexity of the energy transition - start 24 October 2016

Datum:18 oktober 2016

On 24 October the free online course ‘Solving the Energy Puzzle’ launches its third edition.