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prof. dr. A.P.C. Faaij

Distinguished Professor Energy System Analysis

CV of: Prof. Dr. Andre P.C. Faaij (update November 2014)

Current position:

Academic Director Energy Academy Europe and Distinguished Professor Energy System Analysis at Groningen University (as by 1st of April 2014).
E-mail: A.P.C.Faaij@rug.nl

Visiting addresses:
Energy Academy Europe, Blauwborgje 6, 9747 AC Groningen, The Netherlands.
Courier address: P.O. Box 221, 9700 AE Groningen, The Netherlands
E-mail: andre.faaij@energyacademy.org, www.energyacademy.org
Telephone: +31 (0)50 363 9647

Energy Sustainability Research Institute Groningen (ESRIG), Nijenborgh 4, 9747 AG Groningen, The Netherlands. E-mail: A.P.C.Faaij@rug.nl, http://www.rug.nl/research/esrig/

Nationality: Dutch

Place & date of Birth: Gouda, The Netherlands, 26th January 1969.

Civil state: Married, two sons.

Academic Career:

  • MSc. Chemistry & Environmental Sciences (UtrechtUniversity) (Sep. 1991)
  • Research   Scientist STS-UU (Sep. 1991)
  • Visiting researcher: King’s College – LondonUniversity (1996)
  • Ph.D. (UtrechtUniversity)   Energy from Biomass & Waste (Sep. 1997)
  • Visiting researcher: Center for Energy and Environmental Studies - PrincetonUniversity   (1998)
  • Assistant Professor STS-UU; Energy & Environment (1998)
  • Associate Professor STS-UU & cluster coordinator; Energy   Supply & System Studies (2001)
  • Professor Energy System Analysis, faculty of Science – UtrechtUniversity   (Jan. 2009)
  • Member of the board of the   department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science – UtrechtUniversity   (2010-2012)
  • Chair of the section Science, Technology & Society – UtrechtUniversity   (Sep. 2011)
  • Head of Unit Energy & Resources, Copernicus Institute (Jan.   2012)
  • Scientific Director of the Copernicus Institute (Department of   Environmental, Innovation and Energy Sciences of the Faculty of Geosciences). (April 2013).
  • Academic Director Energy Academy Europe and Distinguished Professor   Energy System Analysis at Groningen University (April 2014).

Facts & figures:

  • >190 titles published/accepted in peer reviewed scientific journals (+30 submitted or being written), >120 reports, 8 books   (+1 under preparation) & Special Issues, >40 book chapters, >200 conference papers and >150 other publications and interviews.
  • Broad experience with >100 projects and programmes for EC, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), governments, international bodies and private sector. ~30 MEuro research budget acquired for own research to date.
  • Supervised 24 Ph.D.-trajectories to date, >20 ongoing. Supervised >80 Master students.
  • >500 presentations at national and international events. Numerous   television and radio interviews, organized workshops, conferences e.g. via memberships of organizing and scientific committees.
  • Hirsch index: 46 (Scopus); 65 (Google Scholar).
  • Listed as ‘highly cited researcher’ by Thomson Reuters (top 1% of research field).
  • As IPCC member, awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize for the IPCC in 2007.
  • Nominated for the ENI Award 2014 on Renewable Energy (dubbed: ‘Nobel Prize of Energy Research’; participation postponed till 2015).

University Qualifications:

  • Base Qualification Education (Lecturer), granted December 1998.
  • Training in ‘PGO education methods’ (Problem Directed Education) (2000)
  • Senior Qualification Education (Senior Lecturer), granted January 2001.
  • Senior Qualification Research (Senior Researcher), granted May 2001.
  • University training trajectory “Academic Leadership” (2002, 2011)

EXPERTISE

Biobased Economy, renewable   energy technologies, energy system and scenario analysis and modelling,   sustainability assessments of energy systems, alternative transport fuels,   decarbonisation of fossil fuels, capture and storage of CO2,   hydrogen economy, waste treatment, material & energy efficiency,   technological learning and innovation in energy systems, greenhouse gas   balances & accounting, energy and research policies.

SHORT DESCRIPTION

André P.C. Faaij (1969) is appointed as Academic Director Energy Academy Europe and   Distinguished Professor Energy System Analysis at Groningen University (as by 1st of April 2014). In this position, he works with many   stakeholders on energy transitions from regional to international level. The   Energy Academy Europe is set-up as a centre of excellence on Energy Research, Education and Entrepreneurship and is as such a cross-cutting strategy priority for the University of Groningen, including some 400 scientists from natural to social science.

Prior to this position he was Professor ‘Energy System Analysis’ since end of 2008 and head of the Energy & Resources Unit (some 60 staff) at Scientific Director of Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development (130 staff) of Utrecht University since early 2012. He has a background in chemistry and environmental sciences and holds a Ph.D. on energy production from biomass and wastes. He worked as visiting researcher at the Center for Energy & Environmental Studies - PrincetonUniversity and King’s College - London University.

The research he coordinated was subject to external evaluations in 2000, 2004, 2007 and 2014 external evaluations, which qualified this research as Very Good – Excellent’ with respect to ‘Productivity, Quality, Viability and Societal Relevance’, showing strong international leadership in its’ core areas as Energy System Analysis, Biobased Economy and Carbon Capture and Storage.

He supervises a range Ph.D.-projects in the mentioned areas and is jointly responsible a 2 year Master Programme ‘Energy Science’. Over the years, he   developed and coordinated courses for various curricula, e.g. on research   methods for energy and material systems. He is in particular experienced in research and management of research in a multidisciplinary as well as   international setting. Examples are programmes for the National Science Foundation, large multi-year programmes on energy system analyses and sustainable   use of fossil fuels and Biobased Economy and a wide range projects for the EC, international bodies (UN, IEA, a.o.) and companies. Acquired research funds amount today some 30 MEuro.

He is a member of a variety of   expert groups in bio-energy and energy policy, research and strategic planning. He works as an advisor for governments, the EC, IEA, the UN system,  GEF, OECD, WEF, the energy sector & industry, strategic consultancy, NGO’s,   etc. Between 2003 and 2013, he was Task Leader of Task 40 under the   Bio-energy Agreement of the International Energy Agency on ‘Sustainable International Bio-energy Trade’ ; an international network with 14 countries represented which he also initiated, In the same framework, he acted as national representative in   several other tasks. He is an advisor to UN bioenergy activities (UNEP, FAO, UNIDO) and Global Bio-energy Partnership. He is appointed Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum and a member of the Global Agenda Council on Alternative Energies for the   same organisation.

Earlier, he   was Lead Author for the World Energy Assessment of the United Nations   (published in 2000), as well as the new Global Energy Assessment (GEA)   (published in 2012). the WorldWatch Institute’s book on Biofuels for the 21st   Century, IEA’s World Energy Outlook. the IPCC 4th assessment   report (Lead Author), Convening Lead Author for the Special Report on Renewable Energy Currently, Lead Author on Energy Systems for the IPCC 5th   assessment report and Agriculture, Forestry and other land use. Being part of IPCC, he was jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.

He is board member and works as guest editor several key energy journals  is a much asked reviewer for a variety of journals, scientific (including the National Science Foundation and the Royal Academy) and government bodies. He published over 600 titles in scientific journals, reports, books and proceedings, qualifies as ‘highly cited   researcher’ (top 1% of research field) by criteria of Thomson Reuters ISI Web of Science, (co-)organized a range of international workshops and conferences and is frequently lecturing across the globe.

SUMMARY EDUCATION EXPERIENCES

  • General management, development of courses, and lecturing in the  education programmes of the department of Science, Technology &  Society and the Copernicus Institute for the departments of: Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Innovation Sciences, Biology and Physics.  Coordinating role in the Energy Science Master and the extension towards  a beta-track.
  • Developed courses such as Research Methods for Energy &  Material Systems (now Advanced Energy Analysis), Chemistry for Sustainable Development and supported Energy Economics.
  • Linking pin role between state-of-the art research in the energy field with education; contributing to overall design and planning of curricula of Master Programmes.
  • Extensive experience with different education methods (individual and in courses).
  • Broad  experience with different disciplines and methods, such as: engineering disciplines (e.g. flowsheet modelling, cost engineering), economics (e.g. CBA, external costing methods, I/O, macro-economic analyses), system and scenario analysis methods (e.g. PIA), different modelling techniques (bottom-up energy models, integrated assessment models), environmental sciences (e.g. LCA, EIA), innovation and policy sciences.
  • Supervision  of Master students for Energy & Resources, Energy Science, Environmental Sciences (policy as well as natural science), Innovation  Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, engineering sciences; often combined with supervision from other disciplines, institutions,  companies and universities abroad.
  • Supervision  and coaching of senior researchers/postdocs for education tasks and in building research careers.
  • External examiner (Ph.D.’s,) for: Delft University of Technology, Eindhoven Technical University, Leiden University, Wageningen  University, University of Leeds (UK), University of Campinas (Brazil), Imperial College (London-UK), University of Antwerp, University of Lappeenranta (Finland), KTH Stockholm, Mid-Sweden University. Macquary        University – Australia, Leuven University (Belgium).

SELECTION OF SCIENTIFIC AND SOCIAL POSITIONS

Scientific positions  

  • Guest Editor of the Journal Biomass & Bio-energy (Elsevier) (2006…); Editor (2006-2007) and editorial board since 1999.
  • Member of the editorial Board of the Scientific Journal Biofuels (Future Science) (2009 -…)
  • Member editorial Board of the Scientific Journal International journal of Greenhouse  Gas Control (Elsevier) (2011-...)
  • Member editorial Board of the Scientific Journal Progress in Energy & Combustion Science (Elsevier; PECS has the highest impact factor (14) of all energy journal (2013 -...) (invited)  
  • Regular reviewing of publications for journals as Science,  Energy, Energy & Environmental Science, Progress in Energy &  Combustion Science, Energy for Sustainable Development, Energy Policy, Resources, Conservation & Recycling, Fuels, Industrial &  Engineering Chemistry Research, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Climate Change, International Journal of  Greenhouse Gas Control, Fuel, Global Environmental Change, a.o.
  • Frequent reviewing activities for the National Science Foundation (NWO) in the field of energy system analysis and advisor for the theme  ‘Sustainable Earth’, NWO program Energy Transitions, NWO/KNAW program Agriculture Beyond Food.
  • Member Programme Committee Agriculture beyond Food – Netherlands Indonesia, a        framework for collaboration Royal Academy of Science (KNAW),  National Science Foundation (NWO-WOTRO, NWO-ALW). (2008 - …)
  • Member Programme Committee “Energy & Resources” of the National Science Foundation        (NWO) (2009-…)
  • Member of the National Committee, Scientific Review committee of        the 12th European Biomass conference (Amsterdam, June 2002).   Member of the scientific review committee and session organizer of the 2nd        World Biomass conference (Rome, 2004), 14th  (Paris, France) and 15th  (Berlin, Germany), 16th (Valencia, Spain 2-6 June 2008), 19th (Berlin, Germany, 2011) European Biomass Conferences.\
  • Member organizing committee symposium 'Biobrandstoffen' of the 'Global Change'-Committee KNAW (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) (2007)
  • Member Scientific Committee of the World Bioenergy -  Conference & Exhibition on Biomass for Energy, in Jonkoping, Sweden May 2008, May 2010 and May 2012.
  • Member Scientific committee of Bioenergy conference Graz - Austria, January 2014.
  • Faaij A., Member Scientific Committee of the International Conference and Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT-12), Texas- United States, 5-9 October 2014,

International networks, memberships and advisory roles  

  • National Task Leader in the IEA Bio-energy Agreement: Task 38: “Greenhouse Gas Balances” (2001-2007)  
  • National Task Leader in IEA Bio-energy Agreement Task 35: “Techno-Economic Analyses”  (2001-2004)
  • Task Leader of Task number 40 on “Sustainable Bio-energy Trade” under de IEA Bio-energy Agreement; participation of 14 countries on three continents (2003-2006 & 2007-2009 & 2010-2012).
  • Lead Author for the Global Energy Assessment, supported by a.o. WEC, IIASA, WBCSD, etc. (2008-2012)
  • Lead Author on Renewable Energy Technologies for the World Energy Assessment of the United Nations, UNDP, UNDESA/WEC (1999-2000).
  • Lead Author (waste management) for the IPCC’s 4th   Assessment Report (2004-2007).
  • Lead Author (Energy) for the 5th Assessment Report of the IPCC (Working Group III – Mitigation) (2011 -…).
  • Convening Lead Author (Bioenergy) IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Technologies (2009 –  2011).
  • Expert for the STAP (Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel) of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) (2005).
  • Advisor to the Emerging    Industrial Technology Strategy Review Board (SRB), advising the Prime  Minister and Government of Taiwan (2007).
  • Advisor to the World Economic Forum and member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Alternative Energies (2007 -…).
  • Young Global Leader (YGL) in the World Economic Forum; by a  Selection Committee, composed of the world’s top media leaders and chaired by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of the Hashemite Kingdom  of Jordan (2009-…).
  • Member of the  International Expert Advisory Group of the UN Biofuels Initiative (2006…).
  • Scientific advisor to FAO’s  International Bio-energy Programme (IBEP), supported by the G8 Global Bio-energy Partnership (GBEP). (2005-2010)
  • Reviewer and advisor to the Danish Research Council, Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), Belgian Federal Public Planning Service on Science Policy (BELSPO, Nordic Energy, the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), Swedish Energy Agency, a.o.
  • Advisor and reviewer for the International Energy Agency, a.o. for the World Energy Outlook, Paris, France. (2006 -...).
  • Expert advisor and Evaluator for the European Commission  (DG-Energy, DG – Research, DG-Environment, DG-Agriculture), 5th,  6th and 7th Framework Programmes, Horizon 2020.
  • Expert member of the European Technology Platform for Biofuels of the European Commission (2007…)
  • Member of the Global Sustainable Bioenergy (GSB) Project. (2009 - …)
  • Scientific advisor to the CTBE Brazilian Bioethanol Science and Technology Laboratory (2012-...)
  • Member of the UNESCO SCOPE Biofuels & Sustainability Scientific Committee (2013…)

National networks and advisory roles

  • Member of the platform  biomass of the foundation for sustainable chemistry development (DCO)) (1997-2005).
  • Member of the Reflection Group Energy (Bezinningsgroep Energie) (1999-...).
  • Expert member  and scientific advisor to the advisory group of the energy transition direction on sustainable biomass production (‘Committee Cramer’) and follow-up activities (2006- 2009).
  • Member of the  National Platform Green Resources (Platform Groene Grondstoffen) (2006-2011)
  • Advisor to the Dutch Energy Council (Algemene Energieraad; AER) (2007)
  • Member of the “Committee Corbey” (Committee Sustainability Issues Biomass), appointed by the Minister of Environment (2009 - …).
  • Chair of the Advisory Council of the GreenGold Label on certification of biomass for energy (2010-...)
  • Member of the Sustainability Board of SkyNRG – KLM (2011-…)
  • Member Steering Group Bioport, managed by the Rotterdam Port Authority (2011 -...)
  • Member RCI Council: Rotterdam Climate Initiative under chairmanship        of former Prime Minister Ruud Lubbers and CEO of Shell, Jeroen van der  Veer (2011-…).
  • Member Utrecht University Steering Group EU 2020 (2012 - 2014)
  • Member Kenniskamer Infrastructuur en Milieu (Ministry of Infrastructure & Environment) with directors of PBL, KNMI,TNO, RIVM, Deltares a.o. (2012…)
  • Member of ‘Het Groene Brein’ network targeting radical transitions towards sustainability, supported by the National Science Foundation (2012…).
  • Member of the IIASA Commission for the National Science Foundation (NWO) (2013…)

Ph.D-projects

Completed Ph.D.-projects under (partial) supervision   of A.Faaij

  1. Monica   Rodrigues de Souza, “Alternatives for developing electricity production   from biomass: feasibility of the co-firing (natural gas + biomass) option”.   Joint promotion project between the Department of Energy van Faculty of   Mechanical Engineering of the University of Campinas - Brazil and Science,   Technology & Society, Utrecht University. Promotor: Prof. Dr. A. Walter,   Co-promotor: Dr. A. Faaij. September 6, 2001. Pp. 168 + Appendices.
  2. Monique   Hoogwijk, “On the global and regional potential of renewable energy   sources”, Promotores: Prof. Dr. W.C. Turkenburg, Prof. Dr. H.J.M. de   Vries, Co-supervision Dr. A. Faaij a.o., Copernicus Institute, Utrecht   University, March 12, 2004. Pp. 256
  3. Carlo   Hamelinck, “Outlook for advanced biofuels”. Promotor: Prof. Dr. W.C.   Turkenburg, Co-promotor: Dr. A. Faaij, Copernicus Institute, Utrecht   University, June 7, 2004. Pp. 232
  4. Veronika Dornburg “Multi-functional Biomass   Systems”. Promotor: Prof. Dr. W.C. Turkenburg,   Co-promotor: Dr. A. Faaij, Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University, 1st   December 2004. Pp. 216
  5. Martin Junginger, “Learning in Renewable Energy   Technology Development”, Promotor: Prof. Dr. W.C. Turkenburg,   Co-promotor: Dr. A. Faaij, Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University, May 13th,   2005. Pp. 206.
  6. Simona Negro, “Dynamics of Technological Innovation Systems – The Case Study of   Biomass Energy”, Promotor: Prof. Dr. R. Smits, Co-promotores: Dr. A.   Faaij, Dr, M. Hekkert, Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University, February 16th,   2007. Pp. 166
  7. Kay   Damen, “Reforming fossil fuel   use;The merits, costs and risks of carbon dioxide capture   and storage”, Promotor: Prof. Dr. W.C. Turkenburg,   Co-promotor: Dr. A. Faaij, Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University, March   23th, 2007. Pp. 298.
  8. Edward Smeets,   “Possibilities and limitations for sustainable bioenergy production systems”.   Promotor: Prof. Dr. W.C. Turkenburg, Co-promotor: Dr. A. Faaij, Copernicus   Institute, Utrecht University, ISBN 978-90-8672-029-3, May 7th, 2008. Pp. 307
  9. Jinke van Dam, Sustainability   of bioenergy chains: the result is in the details, Promotores: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij & Prof. Dr.   W.C. Turkenburg, May 13th, 2009. Pp. 367.
  10. Joris   Koornneef, Shifting Streams - On the Health, Safety and   Environmental Impacts of Carbon Dioxide Capture, Transport and Storage. Promotores: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij Prof. Dr. W.C. Turkenburg,   Co-promotor: Dr. A. Ramirez. 17th May 2010. Pp. 254.
  11. Machteld van   den Broek, System analyses of deployment of Clean Fossil Fuel options into   the energy supply infrastructure, Promotores: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij   Prof. Dr. W.C. Turkenburg, Co-promotor: Dr. A. Ramirez. 23rd June   2010.   Pp. 273.
  12. Oscar van Vliet, Feasibility of alternatives to driving   on diesel and petrol. Promotores: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij & Prof. Dr.   W.C. Turkenburg, 30th August 2010. Pp. 247.
  13. Birka Wicke, Bioenergy   Production on Degraded and Marginal Land; Assissing its Potentials, Economic   Performance and Environmental Impacts for Different Settings and Geographical   Scales.  Promotores: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij, Prof.   Dr. Wim Turkenburg, 18th April 2011. Pp. 203
  14. Takeshi Kuramochi, CO2 capture in Industries and Distributed Energy Systems –   Possibilities and Limitations, ISBN 978-90-8891-278-8. Promotores: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij & Prof. Dr.   W.C. Turkenburg, Co-promotor: Dr. A. Ramirez, 30th May, 2011. Pp. 231
  15. Marc Pieter de Wit, Bioenergy Development Pathways for Europe – Potentials, Costs, Environmental   impacts, ISBN 978-90-8672-052-1. Promotor: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij, Co-promotores: Dr. M. Junginger   & Dr. M. Londo, 26th September 2011. Pp. 217.
  16. Jussi Heinimö, Developing Markets of Energy Biomass –   Local and Global Perspectives. Acta Universitatis Lappeenrantaensis 454,   ISBN 978-952-265-172-3, Joint promotion project between the Department of Energy and   Environmental Technology of Lappeenranta University- Finland and the Copernicus   Institute - Utrecht University. Promotores: Prof. Dr. T. Ranta, Prof. Dr. A.   Faaij, Lappeenranta University, 16th December 2011. Pp. 75 + published articles as appendices.
  17. Floor van der Hilst,Shades   of green, Spatial and temporal variability of potentials, costs and   environmental impacts of bioenergy production. ISBN   978-90-8672-054-5. Promotores: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij & Prof. Dr. Johan Sanders, 16th   May 2012. Pp. 369
  18. Hans Meerman, Perspectives on   gasification systems to produce energy carriers and chemicals with   low CO2 emissions. Techno-economic   system analysis on current and advanced flexible thermo-chemical conversion   of fossil fuels and biomass. ISBN   978-90-3935-837-5.  Promotores: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij &   Prof. Dr. W.C. Turkenburg, Co-promotor: Dr. A. Ramirez, 7th   September 2012. Pp. 310
  19. Jobien Laurijssen, Energy Use in the Paper Industry – An   Assessment of Improvement Potentials at Different Levels. ISBN   978-90-8672-055-2. Promotores: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij & Prof. Dr. E. Worrell, Joint   promotion project with the KennisCentrum Papier en Karton (KCPK), 8th   July 2013. Pp. 168
  20. Bothwell Batidzirai, Design of Sustainable Biomas Value Chains – Optimising the Supply   Logistics and Use of Biomass over Time, ISBN 9789086720569. Promotor: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij, Co-promotor:  Dr. M. Junginger. Promotion date: 17th December 2013. Pp. 380.
  21. Patrick Lamers,Sustainable   International Bioenergy Trade: Evaluation the impact of sustainability   criteria and policy on past and future bioenergy supply and trade, ISBN 978-90-8672-058-5. Promotor: Prof.   Dr. A.P.C. Faaij, Co-promotores: Dr. M. Junginger, Dr. C. Hamelinck (Ecofys).   Promotion date: 7th February 2014. Pp. 247.
  22. Ric Hoefnagels,   Bridging gaps in bioenergy - Deploying   system analyses to investigate potential biomass supply, demand and   greenhouse gas mitigation scenario’s from a national, European and global   perspective,   ISBN 978-90-8672-059-0. Promotor: Prof.   Dr. A.P.C. Faaij, Co-promotor: Dr. M. Junginger. Promotion date: 14th   February 2014. Pp. 267.
  23. Janske van Eijck, Socio-economic impacts of biofuels in developing countries, ISBN 978-90-8891-852-0. Promotor: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij, co-promotor: Dr. Henny Romijn (TUE). Promotion date: 11th April 2014. Pp. 444.
  24. Richard Sikkema, Forests: future fibre and fuel values – Woody Biomass for Energy and Materials: Resources, Markets, Carbon Flows and Sustainability Impacts. ISBN 978-90-8672-062-0. Promotor: Prof. Dr. A.P.C. Faaij, Co-promotor: Dr. M. Junginger. Promotion date: 28th November 2014. Pp. 274.

PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

  1. E. Worrell,   F.J.J. van Heijningen, J.F.M. de Castro, J.H.O. Hazewinkel, J.G. de Beer, A.   Faaij and K. Vringer: New Gross Energy-Requirement figures for Materials   Production, Energy, Vol. 19, No. 16, pp. 627-640, 1994.
  2. E. Worrell,   J.G. de Beer, A. Faaij and K. Blok, Potential energy Savings in the   Production Route for Plastics, Energy Conversion and Management, Vol. 35,   No. 12, pp. 1073-1085, 1994.
  3. E. Worrell, A.   Faaij, G.J.M. Phylipsen and K. Blok, An Approach for Analysing the   Potential for Material Efficiency Improvement, Resources, Conservation   and Recycling, Vol. 13, pp. 215-232, 1995.
  4. Broek, R. van   den, A. Faaij, A. van Wijk, Biomass combustion for power generation,   In: Biomass and Bioenergy, Vol 11. No. 4, pp. 271-281, 1996.
  5. A. Faaij, A.   van Wijk, J. van Doorn, A. Curvers, L. Waldheim, E. Olsson, C. Daey-Ouwens Characteristics   and availability of biomass waste and residues in the Netherlands for gasification,   Biomass and Bioenergy Vol. 12, No. 4, pp. 225-240, 1997.
  6. Broek, van den,   R. A. Faaij, A.J.M. van Wijk, T. Kent, M. Bulfin, K. Healion, G. Blaney, Willow   firing in retrofitted Irish power plants. Biomass and Bioenergy, Vol. 12,   No. 2, pp. 75-90, 1997.
  7. Faaij, A., R.   van Ree, L. Waldheim, E. Olsson, A. Oudhuis, A. van Wijk, C. Daey Ouwens, W.   Turkenburg, Gasification of biomass wastes and residues for electricity   production.  Biomass and Bioenergy,   Vol. 12 No. 6, 1997.
  8. Faaij, A., M.   Hekkert, E. Worrell, A. van Wijk, Optimization of the final waste   treatment system in the Netherlands. Resources, conservation and   recycling, No.22, Pp. 47 - 82, 1998.
  9. Faaij, A., I.   Steetskamp, A. van Wijk, Exploration of the land potential for the   production of biomass for energy in the Netherlands.  Biomass and Bioenergy, Vol 14.No. 5/6.   Pp.439-456, 1998
  10. Faaij, A., B.   Meuleman, W. Turkenburg, A. van Wijk, A. Bauen, F. Rosillo-Calle, D. Hall, Externalities   of biomass based electricity production compared to power generation from   coal in the Netherlands. Biomass and Bioenergy Vol 14. No. 2, pp.   125-147, 1998.
  11. A. Faaij, La bioenergie et le developpement durable.   In: Biofutur - Le Mensuel Europeen de Biotechnologie,   no. 195, pp. 16-19, December 1999.
  12. V. Dornburg, A. Faaij, Efficiency and economy of wood-fired biomass energy systems in   relation to scale regarding heat and power generation using combustion and   gasification technologies. Biomass & Bioenergy, Vol. 21. No.2, pp. 91-108, 2001.
  13. M. Junginger, A.   Faaij, A. Koopmans, R. van den Broek, W. Hulscher, Setting up fuel supply   strategies for large scale bio-energy projects - a methodology for developing   countries. Biomass   & Bioenergy, Vol 21. No. 4, pp. 259-275, 2001
  14. R. van den Broek, S. Teeuwisse, K. Healion, T. Kent, A. van Wijk, A.   Faaij, W. Turkenburg, Potentials for electricity production from wood in   Ireland, Energy, Vol. 26 No. 11, pp. 991-1013, 2001.
  15. Michiel J.A. Tijmensen, Andre P.C. Faaij,   Carlo N.  Hamelinck, Martijn R.M. van Hardeveld,  Exploration of the possibilities for   production of Fischer Tropsch liquids via biomass gasification,  Biomass & Bioenergy, Vol 23. No. 2, pp.   129-152, 2002.
  16. C. N. Hamelinck, A. P.C. Faaij, W.C. Turkenburg, F.   Van Bergen, O.H.M. Barzandji, K.H. Wolff, G-J., Ruijg,  CO2 Enhanced Coalbed Methane Production   in the Netherlands, Energy, Vol.  27 No. 7, pp. 647-674, 2002.
  17. C.N. Hamelinck,   A.P.C. Faaij, Future prospects for production of methanol and hydrogen from biomass.  Journal of   Power Sources, Vol. 111 No. 1, pp. 1-22, 2002.      
  18. A. Faaij, International   Trade of Biofuels, Unasylva; an international journal of forestry and   forest industries, published by FAO. Vol. 53, 2002, pp. 28-30.
  19. M. Hoogwijk, A.   Faaij, R. van den Broek, G. Berndes, D. Gielen, W. Turkenburg, Exploration of the   ranges of the global potential of biomass for energy. Biomass and   Bioenergy, Vol. 25 No.2, 2003, pp. 119-133.
  20. M. Rodriguez,   A. Walter, A. Faaij, Co-firing of natural gas and biomass gas in combined   cycles. Energy, The International Journal Vol. 28 (2003), pp. 1115-1131.
  21. M. Rodriguez, A.   Faaij, A. Walter, Techno-economic analysis of co-fired Biomass Integrated   Gasification / Combined Cycle systems with inclusion of economies of scale. Energy, The International Journal, Vol. 28, No. 12,   2003, pp. 1229-1258.
  22. Vliet, van, O., A. Faaij, C. Dieperink, Forestry   projects under the Clean Development Mechanism?  Analysis of the uncertainties in carbon   mitigation and related costs of plantation forestry projects. Climatic   Change, Vol. 61, Issue 1-2, 2003, pp. 123 - 156.
  23. M. Junginger, S. Agterbosch, A. Faaij, W.   Turkenburg, Scenario’s for accelerated implementation of Renewable Energy   in the Energy System of the Netherlands. Energy Policy, Vol. 32, Issue 9, 2004, Pp. 1053-1073.
  24. M. Junginger,   A. Faaij, W. C. Turkenburg, Cost reduction prospects for the offshore wind   farms. Wind Engineering Vol. 28, No. 1, 2004, Pp. 97-118.
  25. C. Hamelinck, A. Faaij, H. den Uil, H. Boerrigter, Production   of FT transportation fuels from biomass; technical options, process analysis   and optimisation and development potential. Energy, the International   Journal, Vol. 29, No. 11, September 2004, Pp. 1743-1771
  26. M. Junginger,   A. Faaij, W.C. Turkenburg, Global experience curves for wind farms.   Energy Policy, Vol. 33, No. 2, January 2005, Pp. 133-150.
  27. M. Hekkert, A. Faaij, F. Hendriks, M. Neelis   Natural gas as an alternative to crude oil in automotive fuel chains;   Well-to-wheel analysis and transition strategy development. Energy Policy, Vol. 33, No. 5, March 2005,   Pages 579-594.
  28. Carlo N. Hamelinck, Geertje van Hooijdonk, André   P.C. Faaij, Future prospects for the production of ethanol from   ligno-cellulosic biomass. Biomass & Bioenergy, Vol. 28, Issue 4, April 2005, Pages   384-410
  29. Veronika   Dornburg, Gijs Termeer, André Faaij, Economic and energetic analysis of   bio-energy production by multi-product crops – case studies for the   Netherlands and Poland. Biomass and Bioenergy, Vol. 28, Issue 5, May   2005, Pages 454-474
  30. K. Damen, A. Faaij, F. van Bergen, J.   Gale, E. Lysen. Identification of Early Opportunities for CO2-sequestration;   Worldwide screening for CO2-EOR and CO2-ECBM projects.   Energy, Vol. 30, Issue 10,   July 2005, Pages 1931-1952
  31. Veronika Dornburg, André Faaij, Cost and CO2-Emission Reduction   of Biomass Cascading: Methodological Aspects and Case Study of SRF Poplar. Climatic Change, Vol. 71, no 3, August   2005, Pp. 373-408.
  32. Carlo N. Hamelinck, Roald A.A. Suurs, André P.C.   Faaij, Techno-economic analysis of International Bio-energy Trade Chains.   Biomass & Bioenergy, Vol.   29, Issue 2, August 2005, Pages 114-134
  33. D.J. Treffers, A. Faaij, J. Spakman, A. Seebregts, Exploring   the possibilities for setting up sustainable energy systems on the long term;   two visions on the Dutch energy system in 2050. Energy Policy, Vol. 33, No 13, September 2005, Pages   1723-1743
  34. Monique Hoogwijk, André Faaij, Bas Eickhout, Bert de Vries,   Wim Turkenburg, Potential   of biomass energy out to 2100, for four IPCC SRES land-use scenarios, Biomass &   Bioenergy, Vol. 29, Issue 4,   October 2005, Pages 225-257.
  35. M. Junginger,   A. Faaij, R. Björheden, W. Turkenburg, Technological learning and cost reductions in   woodfuel supply chains in Sweden Biomass and Bioenergy, Vol.   29, Issue 6, December 2005, Pp. 399-418
  36. K. Damen, A. Faaij, W. Turkenburg, Health, safety   and environmental risks of underground CO2 sequestration – Overview of   mechanisms and current knowledge. Climatic Change,   Volume 74, Issue 1-3, January 2006, Pages 289-318.
  37. André P.C. Faaij, Bio-energy in Europe: Changing technology choices. Energy Policy   (Special Issue on Renewable Energy in Europe), Vol 34/3, February 2006, Pp. 322-342
  38. I. Lewandowski, A. Faaij, Steps towards the development of a certification   system for sustainable bio-energy trade, Biomass & Bio-energy, Volume 30, Issue 2, February 2006, Pages   83-104
  39. K. Damen, M. Van Troost, A. Faaij, W. Turkenburg, An integral comparison of hydrogen and   electricity production systems with CO2 capture and storage. Part A: review   and selection of promising conversion technologies with CO2 capture. Progress in Energy and Combustion Science,   Volume 32, Issue 2, 2006, Pages 215-246
  40. C.N. Hamelinck,   A.P.C. Faaij, Production of advanced   biofuels. International Sugar Journal, Volume 108, Issue 1287, March   2006, Pages 168-175
  41. Bothwell   Batidzirai, André Faaij, Edward Smeets, Biomass   and bioenergy supply from Mozambique, Energy for Sustainable Development, Vol X. No.1,   March 2006. Pp. 54-81
  42. Andre   P.C. Faaij, Julije Domac, Emerging international bio-energy markets and   opportunities for socio-economic development, Energy for Sustainable Development, Vol X. No.1, March 2006.   Pp. 7-19
  43. André Faaij, Modern   biomass conversion technologies. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global   Change,   Volume 11, No. 2, March 2006, Pages 335-367.
  44. V. Dornburg, A.   Faaij, M. Patel, W. Turkenburg, Economics and GHG emission reduction of a PLA bio-refinery   system-combining bottom-up analysis with price elasticity effects. Resources, Conservation   and Recycling, Volume 46, Issue 4, April 2006, Pages 377-409
  45. I. Lewandowski, A. van Hooijdonk, J. Weger, K.   Havlickova, J. van Dam, A. Faaij, The   potential biomass for Energy Production in the Czeck Republic Biomass   & Bioenergy, Vol. 30, Issue 5, May 2006, Pages 405-421
  46. I.   Lewandowski, U. Schmidt, M. Londo and A. Faaij, The economic value of the   phytoremediation function – Assessed by the example of cadmium remediation by   willow (Salix ssp), Agricultural   Systems, Volume 89, Issue 1, July 2006, Pages 68-89.
  47. V. Dornburg, A. Faaij, Optimising waste treatment   systems; Part B: analyses and scenario’s for the Netherlands. Resources, Conservation   and Recycling, Volume 48, Issue 3, September 2006, Pages 227-248
  48. K. Damen, A.   Faaij, A Greenhouse gas balance of two   existing international biomass import chains; the case of residue co-firing   in a pulverised coal-fired power plant in the Netherlands Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for   Global Change (Special Issue), Volume 11, Number 5-6, September 2006, Pp. 1023-1050.
  49. V. Dornburg, A. Faaij, B. Meuleman, Optimising waste   treatment systems; Part A: methodology and technological data for optimising   energy production and economic performance. Resources, Conservation &   Recycling, Volume 49, Issue 1, November 2006, Pages 68-88.
  50. M. Sjardin, K. Damen, A. Faaij, Techno-economic prospects of using membrane reactors in a future   hydrogen driven transportation sector. Energy, Volume 31, Issue   14, November 2006, Pages 2187-2219
  51. Junginger, M., Faaij, A., Rosillo-Calle, F., Wood, J., The   growing role of biofuels - Opportunities, challenges and pitfalls, International Sugar Journal ,   Volume 108, Issue 1295, November 2006, Pages 618-629
  52. C. Hamelinck, A.Faaij, Outlook for advanced biofuels. Energy Policy, Vol. 34, Issue 17, November 2006, Pages 3268-3283
  53. M. Junginger, E. de Visser, K. Hjort-Gregersen, J. Koornneef, R. Raven,   A. Faaij, W.C. Turkenburg Technological learning in bio-energy systems.Energy Policy, Volume 34, Issue 18, December   2006, Pages 4024-4041
  54. V. Dornburg, J. van Dam, A. Faaij, Estimating GHG   emission mitigation supply curves of large scale biomass use on a country   level. Biomass and   Bioenergy, Volume 31, Issue 1, January 2007, Pages 46-65
  55. E. Smeets, A.   Faaij, Bioenergy potentials from forestry to 2050: an assessment of the   drivers that determine the potentials, Climatic Change, Volume 81, 2007.   Pp. 353-390.
  56. Edward M.W. Smeets, André P.C. Faaij, Iris M.   Lewandowski, Wim C. Turkenburg, A quickscan of global bio-energy   potentials to 2050. Progress in Energy and Combustion   Science, Volume 33, Issue 1, February 2007, Pages 56-106
  57. Joris Koorneef, M. Junginger, A. Faaij,   Development of Fluidized Bed Combustion – an overview of trends,   performance and cost.  Progress in   Energy and Combustion Science, Volume 33, Issue 1, February 2007, Pages 19-55
  58. Monica   Rodrigues, Arnaldo Walter and André Faaij, Performance   evaluation of atmospheric biomass integrated gasifier combined cycle systems   under different strategies for the use of low calorific gases. Energy Conversion   and Management, Volume 48, Issue 4, April 2007, Pages 1289-1301
  59. J. van Dam, A. Faaij, I. Lewandowski, G. Fischer, Biomass   production potentials in Central and Eastern Europe under different   scenario’s. Biomass & Bioenergy, Volume 31, Issue 6, June 2007, Pages   345-366
  60. Martijn   Verdonk, Carel Dieperink, André Faaij, Governance of the emerging   bio-energy marketsEnergy Policy, Volume 35,   Issue 7, July 2007, Pages 3909-3924
  61. Martine   A. Uyterlinde, Martin Junginger, Hage J. de Vries, André P.C. Faaijand Wim   C. Turkenburg, The implications of technological learning on the prospects for   renewable energy technologies in Europe. Energy Policy, Volume 35, Issue 8, August 2007, Pages   4072-4087
  62. Ad Peeters, André Faaij, Wim   Turkenburg, Techno-economic analysis of natural gas combined cycles with   post-combustion CO2 absorption including a detailed development potential   evaluation. International   Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume   1, Issue 4, October 2007, Pages 396-417
  63. K. Damen, M. Van Troost, A. Faaij, W. Turkenburg,   A comparison of electricity and hydrogen production   systems with CO2 capture and storage—Part B: Chain analysis of   promising CCS options. Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, Volume 33, Issue 6, December 2007, Pp.   580-609
  64. Marc   de Wit, André Faaij, Impact of Hydrogen   Onboard Storage Technologies on the Performance of Hydrogen Fuelled Vehicles:   A Techno-Economic Well-to-Wheel Assessment. International   Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Volume 32, Issue 18, December 2007, Pp.   4859-4870
  65. Andrea   Ramirez, Monique Hoogwijk, Chris Hendriks, Andre Faaij, Using a   participatory approach to develop a sustainability framework for carbon   capture and storage in the Netherlands, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2008, Pp. 136-154.
  66. Machteld van den Broek,   Andre Faaij, Wim Turkenburg, Planning   for an electricity sector with carbon capture and storage, case of the   Netherlands. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas   Control, Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2008, Pp. 105-129
  67. Joris   Koorneef, Andre Faaij, Wim Turkenburg, The screening and scoping of   Environmental Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment of   Carbon Capture and Storage in the Netherlands (environmental impact   assessment review)
  68. Jean Bogner,   Cristobal Diaz, Qingxian Gao, Katarina Mareckova, Mohammed Abdelrafie Ahmed,   Andre Faaij, Seiji Hashimoto, Riitta Pipatti, Tianzhu Zhang, Peter Kjeldsen,   Luis Diaz , Suvi Monni, R.T.M. Sutamihardja, Robert Gregory, Mitigation of   global greenhouse gas emissions from waste: Conclusions and strategies from   the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fourth Assessment   Report. Working Group III (Mitigation), Waste Management and   Research, Volume 26, Issue 1, February 2008, Pages 11-32
  69. Joris Koorneef, Andre Faaij, Wim Turkenburg, The screening and scoping of Environmental   Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment of Carbon Capture   and Storage in the Netherlands.   Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Volume   28, Issue 6, August 2008, Pages 392-414.  
  70. A. Uslu, A.P.C. Faaij, P.C.A.   Bergman, Pre-treatment   technologies, and their effect on international bioenergy supply chain   logistics. Techno-economic evaluation of torrefaction, fast pyrolysis and   pelletisation. Energy, the International   Journal, Volume 33, Issue 8, August 2008, Pages   1206-1223.
  71. A. Faaij, Developments in international   bio-energy markets and trade (Preface). Biomass &   Bioenergy, Volume 32, Issue 8, August 2008, Pages 657-659
  72. Martin   Junginger, Marc de Wit, Richard Sikkema, André Faaij, International   bioenergy trade in the Netherlands, Biomass and Bioenergy, Volume 32, Issue   8, August 2008, Pages 672-687.
  73. Martin Junginger, Torjus Bolkesjø, Douglas Bradley,   Paulo Dolzan, André Faaij, Jussi Heinimö, Bo Hektor, Øyvind Leistad, Erik   Ling, Miles Perry, Erik Piacente, Frank Rosillo-Calle, Yves Ryckmans,   Peter-Paul Schouwenberg, Birger Solberg, Erik Trømborg, Arnaldo da Silva   Walter, Marc de Wit, Developments in international bioenergy   trade,  Biomass and Bioenergy, Volume 32,   Issue 8, August 2008, Pages 717-729.
  74. Jinke   van Dam, Martin Junginger, André Faaij, Ingmar Jürgens, Gustavo Best, Uwe   Fritsche,Overview of recent   developments in sustainable biomass certification, Biomass and   Bioenergy, Volume 32, Issue 8, August 2008, Pages 749-780.
  75. Edward Smeets, Martin Junginger,   André   Faaij, Arnaldo Walter, Paulo Dolzan, Wim Turkenburg, The   sustainability of Brazilian Ethanol; an assessment of the possibilties of   certified production, Biomass   and Bioenergy, Volume 32, Issue 8, August 2008, Pages 781-813.
  76. Joris Koorneef, Tim van Keulen, Andre Faaij, Wim   Turkenburg, Life cycle assessment of a   pulverized coal power plant with post combustion capture, transport and   storage of CO2, International   Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Special   Issue, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 4, October 2008, Pages 448-467
  77. Birka Wicke, Veronika Dornburg, André Faaij, Martin   Junginger, Different palm oil   production systems for energy purposes and their greenhouse gas implications. Biomass and Bioenergy,   Volume 32, Issue 12, December 2008, Pages 1322-1337
  78. M. Hoogwijk, A. Faaij, B. de Vries, W.   Turkenburg, Exploration of regional and global cost–supply curves of biomass energy   from short-rotation crops at abandoned cropland and rest land under four IPCC   SRES land-use scenarios, Biomass & Bioenergy, Volume 33, Issue 1, January   2009, Pages 26-43
  79. Kay Damen, André Faaij, Wim Turkenburg,   Pathways towards large-scale implementation of CO2   capture and storage:A case study for the Netherlands, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas   Control, Volume 3,   Issue 2, March 2009, Pages 217-236
  80. J.D. Wall-Bake, M.   Junginger, A, Faaij, T. Poot, A. da Silva Walter, Explaining   the experience curve: Cost reductions of Brazilian ethanol from sugarcane, Biomass and   Bioenergy, Volume 33, Issue 4, April 2009, Pages 644-658
  81. J. van Dam, A. Faaij, I. Lewandowski, B. Zeebroeck, Options   of biofuel trade from Central and Eastern to Western European countries. Biomass and   Bioenergy, Volume 33, Issue 4, April 2009, Pages 728-744
  82. Oscar   van Vliet, André Faaij, Wim Turkenburg, Fischer-Tropsch   diesel production in a Well-to-wheel    perspective: a carbon, energy flow and cost analysis. Energy Conversion and Management, Volume 50, Issue 4, April 2009, Pages 855-876
  83. Marjolein de Best-Waldhober, Dancker Daamen, André   Faaij, Informed and   uninformed public opinions on CO2-capture and storage technologies in the   Netherlands.International Journal of   Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 3, Issue 3, May 2009, Pages 322-332
  84.   Jobien Laurijssen, André Faaij, Trading biomass   or GHG emission credits? Climatic   Change, Volume 94,   Issue 3-4, June 2009, Pages 287-317.
  85. Edward   M.W. Smeets, Iris M. Lewandowski, André P.C. Faaij. The economical and environmental performance of miscanthus and   switchgrass production and supply chains in a European setting Renewable   and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume   13, Issues 6-7, August-September   2009, Pages 1230-1245
  86. J.   van Dam, A.P.C. Faaij, J. Hilbert, H. Petruzzi, W.C. Turkenburg, Large-scale bioenergy production from soybeans and   switchgrass in Argentina.Part A: potential and economic feasibility for   national and international markets. Renewable and Sustainable   Energy Reviews, Volume 13, Issue 8, October 2009, Pages 1710-1733.
  87. J.   van Dam, A.P.C. Faaij, J. Hilbert, H. Petruzzi, W.C. Turkenburg, Large-scale bioenergy production from   soybeans and switchgrass in Argentina. Part B: Environmental and socio-economic   impacts on a regional level. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 13,   Issue 8, October 2009,   Pages 1679-1709.
  88. Mikkilä,   M., Heinimö, J., Panapanaan, V., Linnanen, L., Faaij, A., Evaluation of sustainability schemes for   international bioenergy flows, International Journal of   Energy Sector Management ,   Volume 3, Issue 4, 20 November 2009, Pages 359-382.
  89. Birka   Wicke, Edward Smeets, Andre Faaij, Andrzej Tabeau, and Jorge Hilbert, Macroeconomic Impacts of Bioenergy   Production on Surplus Agricultural Land –A Case Study of Argentina (Renewable   & Sustainable Energy Reviews) Volume 13, Issue 9, December   2009, Pages 2463-2473
  90. Machteld van Broek, Ric Hoefnagels, Edward Rubin,   Wim Turkenburg, André Faaij, Effects of   technological learning on future cost and performance of power plantswith CO2 capture (Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, Volume 35, Issue 6, December 2009, Pages 457-480
  91. Willem Wiskerke, Veronika Dornburg,   Andre Faaij, R.E.   Malimbwi, C.D.A. Rubanza, Towards   a sustainable biomass energy supply for rural households in semi-arid   conditions in Tanzania - A   Cost/benefit analysis, Renewable and Sustainable   Energy Reviews, Volume 14, Issue 1, January 2010, Pages 148-165
  92. A. Faaij, M. Londo, Editorial: A roadmap for biofuels...  Biomass & Bioenergy, Volume   34, Issue 2, February 2010, Pages 157-158
  93. Günther   Fischer, Sylvia Prieler, Harrij van Velthuizen, Göran Berndes, André Faaij, Marc Londo, Marc de Wit, Biofuel   production potentials in Europe: Sustainable use of cultivated land and   pastures, Part II: Land use scenarios, Biomass   and Bioenergy, Volume   34, Issue 2, February 2010, Pages 173-187.
  94. Marc   de Wit, André Faaij, European biomass resource potential and costs, Biomass   and Bioenergy, Volume   34, Issue 2, February 2010, Pages 188-202
  95. Marc   de Wit, Martin Junginger, Sander Lensink, Marc Londo, André Faaij, Competition between biofuels: Modeling technological learning and cost   reductions over time, Biomass and   Bioenergy, Volume 34, Issue 2, February 2010,   Pages 203-217.
  96. Marc   Londo, Sander Lensink, André Wakker, Günther Fischer, Sylvia Prieler, Harrij   van Velthuizen, Marc de Wit, André   Faaij, MartinJunginger, Göran Berndes, Julia Hansson, Andrea Egeskog,   Henrik Duer, Jeppe Lundbaek, Grzegorz Wisniewski, Adam Kupczyk, Kurt   Könighofer, The REFUEL EU road map for biofuels in transport: Application of the   project's tools to some short-term policy issues, Biomass   and Bioenergy, Volume   34, Issue 2, February 2010, Pages 244-250.
  97. Veronika Dornburg, Detlef van Vuuren, Gerrie van de Ven, Hans Langeveld, Marieke Meeusen, Martin Banse, Mark van   Oorschot, Jan Ros, Gert Jan van den Born, Harry Aiking, Marc Londo, Hamid Mozaffarian, Pita Verweij, Erik Lysen, André Faaij, Bioenergy   Revisited: Key Factors in Global Potentials of Bioenergy, Energy & Environmental Science, February 2010, 3, Pages 258–267
  98. E. Smeets, A. Faaij, The impact of sustainability   criteria on the costs and potentials of bio-energy production applied for   case studies in Brazil and Ukraine.   Biomass & Bioenergy, Volume 34, Issue 3, March 2010,   Pages 319-333
  99. Machteld   van den Broek, Andrea Ramírez, Heleen Groenenberg, Filip Neele, Peter   Viebahn, Wim Turkenburg, and André Faaij, Feasibility   of storing CO2 in the Utsira formation  as part of a long term Dutch   CCS strategy - An evaluation based on a GIS/MARKAL toolbox, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas   Control, Volume 4, Issue 2, March 2010, Pages 351-366
  100. Richard   Sikkema, Martin Junginger, Wilfried Pichler, Sandra Hayes, André Faaij,  The   international logistics of wood pellets for heating and power production in   Europe; Costs, energy-input and   greenhouse balances of pellet consumption in Italy, Sweden and the   Netherlands. Biofuels, Bioprod. Bioref. 4, 2010: Pages   132-153.
  101. Joris   Koornneef, Andrea Ramirez, Toon van Harmelen, Arjan van Horssen,Wim   Turkenburg, André Faaij, The   impact of CO2 capture in the power and heat sector on the emission   of SO2, NOx, Particulate Matter, Volatile Organic   Compounds and NH3 in the European Union, Atmospheric   Environment, Volume 44, Issue   11, April 2010, Pages 1369-1385
  102. Joris   Koornneef, Mark Spruijt, Menso Molag,   Andrea Ramirez, Wim Turkenburg, Andre Faaij, Quantitative risk assessment of CO2   pipelines – a review of uncertainties and their impacts, Journal of   Hazardous Materials, Volume 177, Issues 1-3, 15 May 2010, Pages 12-27
  103. Takeshi   Kuramochi, André Faaij, Andrea   Ramírez, and Wim Turkenburg, Prospects   for cost-effective post-combustion CO2 capture from industrial   CHPs. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 4, Issue 3, May 2010, Pages 511-524
  104. Oscar   van Vliet, Bert de Vries, André Faaij,   Wim Turkenburg, Wander Jager, Multi-agent   simulation of adoption of alternative fuels, Transportation   Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Volume 15, Issue 6, August   2010, Pages 326-342
  105. Ric   Hoefnagels, Edward Smeets, Andre Faaij, Greenhouse   gas footprints of different biofuel production systems, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 14,   Issue 7, September 2010, Pages 1661-1694
  106. F.   van der Hilst, V. Dornburg, J.P.M. Sanders, B. Elbersen, A. Graves, W.C.   Turkenburg, H.W. Elbersen, J.M.C. van Dam, A.P.C. Faaij, Potential,   spatial distribution and economic performance of regional biomass chains: The   North of the Netherlands as example, Agricultural   Systems, Volume 103, Issue 7,   September 2010, Pages 403-417.
  107. Jobien   Laurijssen, Frans J. de Gram, Ernst Worrell, Andre Faaij, Optimizing   the energy efficiency of conventional multi-cylinder dryers in the paper   industry, Energy, Volume 35, Issue 9, September   2010, Pages 3738-3750.
  108. Oscar   van Vliet, Thomas Kruithof, Wim Turkenburg, André Faaij, Techno-economic comparison of series hybrid, plug-in hybrid, fuel   cell and regular cars, Journal of Power Sources, Volume 195, Issue 19, 1   October 2010, Pages 6570-6585
  109. Jobien   Laurijssen, Marc Marsidi, Annita Westenbroek, Ernst Worrell, Andre Faaij, Paper and   biomass for energy?: The impact of paper recycling on energy and CO2   emissions, Resources, Conservation and Recycling,   Volume 54, Issue 12, October 2010, Pages 1208-1218.
  110. J.   van Dam, M. Junginger, A.P.C. Faaij,   From the   global efforts on certification of bioenergy towards an integrated approach   based on sustainable land use planning,   Renewable   and Sustainable Energy Reviews,   Volume 14, Issue 9, December 2010, Pages 2445-2472.
  111. Machteld   van den Broek, Evelien Brederode, Andrea Ramírez, Leslie Kramers, Muriel van   der Kuip, Ton Wildenborg, Wim Turkenburg, André Faaij, Designing   a cost-effective CO2 storage infrastructure using a GIS based   linear optimization energy model, Environmental   Modelling & Software, Volume 25, Issue 12, December 2010, Pages 1754-1768.
  112. Birka Wicke, Richard Sikkema, Veronika   Dornburg, André Faaij, Exploring   land use changes and the role of palm oil production in Indonesia and   Malaysia, Land Use Policy, Volume 28, Issue   1, January 2011, Pages 193-206.
  113. Oscar   van Vliet, Machteld van den Broek, Wim Turkenburg, André Faaij,   Combining   hybrid cars and synthetic fuels with electricity generation and carbon   capture and storage, Energy Policy, Volume 39, Issue 1, January 2011, Pages 248-268.
  114. Oscar   van Vliet, Anne Sjoerd Brouwer, Takeshi Kuramochi, Machteld van den Broek,   André Faaij, Energy use, costs and CO2   emissions of electric cars, Journal of Power Sources, Volume 196, Issue 4, 15 February 2011, Pages 2298-2310
  115. Takeshi   Kuramochi, Wim Turkenburg, André   Faaij, Competitiveness   of CO2 capture from an industrial solid oxide fuel cell combined   heat and power system in the early stage of market introduction, Fuel,   Vol 90, Issue 3, March 2011, Pages 958-973.
  116. Martin   Junginger, Jinke van Dam, Simonetta Zarrilli, Fatin Ali Mohammed, Didier   Marchal, André Faaij, Opportunities and barriers for   international bioenergy trade Energy Policy,Volume   39, Issue 4, April 2011,   Pages 2028-2042.
  117. Machteld   van den Broek, Paul Veenendaal, Paul Koutstaal, Wim Turkenburg, and André   Faaij, Impact of   international climate policies on CO2 capture and storage   deploymentIllustrated in the Dutch energy system, Energy Policy, Volume 39, Issue 4, April   2011, Pages 2000-2019.
  118. Lee Lynd, Ramlan Abdul Aziz, Carlos Henrique de   Brito Cruz, Annie Fabian Abel Chimphango, Luis Augusto Barbosa Cortez, Andre   Faaij, Nathanael Greene, Martin Keller, Patricia Osseweijer, Tom Richard,   John Sheehan, Archana Chugh, Luuk van der Wielen, Jeremy Woods,   Emile van Zyl, A Global Conversation   About Energy from Biomass: The Continental Conventions of the Global   Sustainable Bioenergy Project, Royal Society Interface Focus, doi:   10.1098/rsfs.2010.0047, 2011, Pp.271-279
  119. Marc de Wit,   Marc Londo, Andre Faaij, Productivity   developments in European agriculture: Relations to and opportunities for   biomass production, Renewable and   Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 15, Issue 5, June 2011, Pages 2397-2412
  120. Richard Sikkema, Monika   Steiner, Martin Junginger, Wolfgang Hiegl, Morten Tony Hansen, André Faaij, The European wood pellet   markets, current status and prospects for 2020, Wiley Online Library   (wileyonlinelibrary.com); DOI: 10.1002/bbb.277; Biofuels, Bioprod. Bioref. (2011)
  121. Birka Wicke, Edward Smeets,   Helen Watson, André Faaij, The   current bioenergy production potential of semi-arid and arid regions in   sub-Saharan Africa, Biomass and Bioenergy,   In Press,   Corrected Proof, Available   online 9 April 2011.
  122. Lee Lynd, Ramlan Abdul Aziz, Carlos Henrique de   Brito Cruz, Annie Fabian Abel Chimphango, Luis Augusto Barbosa Cortez, Andre   Faaij, Nathanael Greene, Martin Keller, Patricia Osseweijer, Tom Richard,   John Sheehan, Archana Chugh, Luuk van der Wielen, Jeremy Woods,   Emile van Zyl, A Global Conversation   About Energy from Biomass: The Continental Conventions of the Global   Sustainable Bioenergy Project, Royal Society Interface Focus, 2011,   Pp.271-279
  123. Jussi   Heinimö, Heikki Malinen, Tapio Ranta, André Faaij, Renewable Energy   Targets, Forest Resources and Second-Generation Biofuels in Finland, DOI: 10.1002/bbb.291; Biofuels, Bioprod. Bioref. 5:238–249 (2011)
  124. Patrick   Lamers, Carlo Hamelinck, Martin Junginger, André Faaij, International   bioenergy trade—A review of past developments in the liquid biofuel market, Renewable   and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume   15, Issue 6, August 2011,   Pages 2655-2676
  125. Hans Meerman, A. Ramirez, W. Turkenburg, Andre   Faaij, Performance   of simulated flexible integrated gasification polygeneration facilities. Part   A: A technical-energetic assessment, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume   15, Issue 6, August 2011,   Pages 2563-2587
  126. Birka   Wicke, Edward Smeets, Veronika Dornburg, Boris Vashev, Thomas Gaiser, Wim   Turkenburg, André Faaij, The global   technical and economic potential of bioenergy from salt-affected soils, Energy and   Environmental Science, doi:10.1039/C1EE01029H,   4(8), 2011, pp. 2669-2681.
  127. Birka   Wicke, Pita Verweij, Hans van Meijl, Detlef P. van Vuuren, André P.C. Faaij, Indirect land use change: Review of   existing models and strategies for mitigation. Biofuels 3(1), 2012, Pp.   87-100.
  128. Judith Anne   Verstegen, Derek Karssenberg, Floor van der Hilst, André Faaij, Spatio-Temporal   Uncertainty in Spatial Decision Support Systems: a Case Study of Changing   Land Availability for Bioenergy Crops in Mozambique. Computers,   Environment and Urban Systems, Volume   36, Issue 1, January 2012,   Pages 30-42
  129. Joris Koorneef, Andrea   Ramirez, Wim Turkenburg, André Faaij, The   environmental impact and risk assessment of CO2 capture, transport   and storage – An evaluation of the knowledge base, Progress   in Energy and Combustion Science, Volume 38, Issue 1, February   2012, Pages 62-86.
  130. Takeshi   Kuramochi, Andrea Ramírez, Wim Turkenburg, André Faaij, Comparative   assessment of CO2 capture technologies for carbon-intensive industrial   processes, Progress in Energy and Combustion Science,   Volume 38, Issue 1, February 2012, Pages 87-112.
  131. A. J. J. E. Eerhart, A. P. C. Faaij and M. K. Patel, Replacing fossil based PET with   biobased PEF; process analysis, energy and GHG balance. Energy   and Environmental Science. DOI: 10.1039/C2EE02480B.Volume 5, 2012, Pp.   6407-6422.
  132. F.   van der Hilst, J.P. Lesschen, J.M.C. van Dam, M. Riksen, P.A. Verweij, J.P.M.   Sanders, A.P.C. Faaij, Spatial   variation of environmental impacts of regional biomass chains. Renewable   and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume   16, Issue 4, May 2012,   Pages 2053-2069
  133. Patrick   Lamers, Carlo Hamelinck, Martin Junginger, André Faaij, Developments   in international solid biofuel trade—An analysis of volumes, policies, and   market factors. Renewable   and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume   16, Issue 5, June 2012,   Pages 3176-3199
  134. J.C.   Meerman, E.S. Hamborg, T. van Keulen, A. Ramírez, W.C. Turkenburg, A.P.C. Faaij,Techno-economic   assessment of CO2 capture at steam methane reforming facilities   using commercially available technology, International   Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 9, July 2012,   Pp. 160-171
  135. Sarah   Gondelach, Andre Faaij, Performance of   batteries for electric vehicles on short and longer term. Journal of   Power Sources, Volume 212, 15 August 2012, Pages 111-129
  136. Marjolein   de Best-Waldhober, Dancker Daamen, Andrea Ramirez Ramirez, André Faaij, Chris Hendriks,   Erika de Visser, Informed   public opinion in the Netherlands: Evaluation of CO2 capture and   storage technologies in comparison with other CO2 mitigation options. International   Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. Volume 10, September   2012, Pages 169-180.
  137. Takeshi   Kuramochi, Andrea Ramírez, Wim Turkenburg, André Faaij, Effect of   CO2 capture on the emissions of air pollutants from industrial   processes, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas   Control, Volume 10, September 2012, Pages 310-328.
  138. Jobien   Laurijssen, André Faaij, Ernst Worrell, Energy   conversion strategies in the European paper industry – A case study in three   countries. Applied Energy, Volume   98, October 2012, Pages 102-113.
  139. J.C.   Meerman, C.A. Ramírez, W.C. Turkenburg and A.P.C. Faaij, Performance of simulated flexible integrated gasification   polygenerationfacilities. Part B: economic evaluation. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews,   Volume 16, Issue 8, October 2012, Pages 6083-6102
  140. F.   van der Hilst, J.A. Verstegen, D. Karssenberg, A.P.C. Faaij, Spatio-temporal land use modelling for   the assessment of land availability for energy crops – illustrated for   Mozambique,Global Change   Biology – Bioenergy, Volume 4, Issue 6, November 2012, Pages 859-874
  141. Janske   van Eijck, Edward Smeets and André Faaij, The economic performance of   jatropha, cassava and Eucalyptus production systems for energy in an East   African smallholder setting, Global Change Biology-Bioenergy, Volume 4,   Issue 6, November 2012, Pages: 828–845.
  142. Bothwell   Batidzirai, Edward Smeets, André Faaij, Harmonising   bioenergy resource potentials—Methodological lessons from review of state of   the art bioenergy potential assessments. Renewable   and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume   16, Issue 9, December 2012,   Pages 6598-6630
  143. Gert-Jan   Jonker, André Faaij, Techno-economic assessment of   micro-algae as feedstock for renewable bio-energy production, Applied   Energy, Volume 102, February 2013, Pages 461-475
  144. Marc de Wit,   Martin Junginger, Andre Faaij, Learning in dedicated wood production   systems: past trends, future outlook and implications for bioenergy,   Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 19, March   2013, Pages 417-432
  145. Takeshi   Kuramochi, A. Ramirez, W. Turkenburg, A. Faaij, Techno-economic prospects for CO2 capture from distributed energy   systems, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 19, March 2013, Pages 328-347
  146. Mariëlle   Corsten, Andrea Ramírez, Li Shen, Joris Koornneef, André Faaij,   Environmental impact assessment of   CCS chains – Lessons learned and limitations from LCA literature, International   Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 13, March 2013,   Pages 59-71
  147. Anne   Sjoerd Brouwer, Takeshi Kuramochi, Machteld van den Broek, André Faaij, Fulfilling   the electricity demand of electric vehicles in the long term future: An   evaluation of centralized and decentralized power supply systems, Applied   Energy, Volume 107, July 2013, Pages 33-51
  148. John   A. Posada, Akshay D. Patel, Alexander Roes, Kornelis Blok, André P.C. Faaij, Martin   K. Patel, Potential   of bioethanol as a chemical building block for biorefineries: Preliminary   sustainability assessment of 12 bioethanol-based products. Bioresource   Technology, Volume 135,   May 2013, Pages 490-499
  149. Richard   Sikkema, Martin Junginger, Paul Mc. Farlane, André Faaij, The GHG   contribution of the cascaded use of harvested wood products in comparison with   the use of wood for energy—A case study on available forest resources in   Canada. Environmental   Science & Policy, Volume   31, August 2013, Pages 96-108
  150. M.M.J.   Knoope, A. Ramírez, A.P.C. Faaij, A   state-of-the-art review of techno-economic models predicting the costs of CO2   pipeline transport. International   Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 16, August 2013, Pages   241-270
  151. M.M.J.   Knoope, J.C. Meerman, A. Ramírez, A.P.C. Faaij,   Future   technological and economic performance of IGCC and FT production facilities   with and without CO2 capture: Combining component based learning   curve and bottom-up analysis. International   Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 16, August 2013, Pages   287-310
  152. Hans Meerman, Marlinde Knoope, Andrea Ramirez,   Andre Faaij, Technical   and economic prospects of coal- and biomass-fired integrated gasification   facilities equipped with CCS over time, International   Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 16, August 2013, Pages   311-323
  153. Ric   Hoefnagels, Martin Banse, Veronika Dornburg, Andre Faaij, Macro-economic   impact of large-scale deployment of biomass resources for energy and   materials on a national level—A combined approach for the Netherlands, Energy   Policy,Volume 59, August 2013, Pages 727-744
  154. Niels   Berghout, Machteld van den Broek, André Faaij,   Techno-economic   performance and challenges of applying CO2 capture in the   industry: A case study of five industrial plants. International   Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 17, September   2013, Pages 259-279
  155. Birka   Wicke, Edward M.W. Smeets, Razzaque Akanda, Leon Stille, Ranjay K. Singh,   Abdul Rasul Awan, Khalid Mahmood, Andre P.C. Faaij,   Biomass   production in agroforestry and forestry systems on salt-affected soils in   South Asia: Exploration of the GHG balance and economic performance of three   case studies. Journal of   Environmental Management, Volume   127, 30 September 2013,   Pages 324-334.
  156. Sara   Herreras Martínez, Janske van Eijck, Marcelo Pereira da Cunha, Joaquim J.M. Guilhoto, André Faaij, Analysis of socio-economic impacts of sustainable sugarcane-ethanol   production in Brazil by means of inter-regional input-output analysis, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews,   Volume 28, December 2013, Pages 290-316
  157. B.   Batidzirai, A.P.R. Mignot, W.B. Schakel, H.M. Junginger, A.P.C. Faaij, Biomass   torrefaction technology: Techno-economic status and future prospects, Energy,   Volume 62, 1 December 2013, Pages 196-214.
  158. Chun Sheng Goh, Martin Junginger, André Faaij, Monitoring sustainable biomass   flows: General methodology development, Volume 8, Issue 1, January 2014, Pages 83-102
  159. P. Lamers, M. Junginger, C. Dymond, A. Faaij, Damaged forests provide an opportunity to   mitigate climate change.   Global Change Biology – Bioenergy, Volume 6, Issue 1, January 2014, Pages   44-60.
  160. Vassilis Daioglou, André Faaij, Deger Saygin, Birka   Wicke, Martin Patel and Detlef Peter van Vuuren, Energy   Demand and Emissions of the Non-Energy Sector, Energy &   Environmental Science, Volume 7, Issue 2, February 2014, Pages 482-498.
  161. Janske   van Eijck, Henny Romijn, Edward Smeets, Rob Bailis, Martijn Rooijakkers,   Nelleke Hooijkaas, Pita Verweij, André Faaij,   Comparative   analysis of key socio-economic and environmental impacts of smallholder and   plantation based jatropha biofuel production systems in Tanzania, Biomass   and Bioenergy, Volume 61, February 2014, Pages 25-45.
  162. Judith   A. Verstegen, Derek Karssenberg, Floor van der Hilst, André P.C. Faaij, Identifying   a land use change cellular automaton by Bayesian data assimilation, Environmental   Modelling & Software, Volume   53, March 2014, Pages 121-136
  163. A.J.J.E   Eerhart, A.P.C. Faaij, M.K. Patel, E. de Jong,   A. de Sousa Dias, J.C. van der Waal, R.J.H. Grisel, W.J.J. Huijgen, Fuels and plastics from lignocellulosic   biomass via the furan pathway; a technical analysis, RSC Advances, 2014, 4 (7), 3536 – 3549.
  164. M.   Knoope, W. Guijt, A. Ramirez, A. Faaij, Improved   cost models for optimizing CO2 pipeline configurations for point-to-point   pipelines and simple networks, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas   Control, Volume 22, March 2014, Pages 25-46.
  165. Janske van   Eijck, Henny Romijn, Annelies Balkema, André Faaij, Global   experience with jatropha cultivation for bioenergy: an assessment of   socio-economic and environmental aspects, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 32, April 2014, Pages   869-889.
  166. Anne Sjoerd Brouwer, Machteld van den Broek, Ad   Seebregts, André Faaij, Impact of   large-scale intermittant renewable energy sources on electricity systems, and   how these can be modelled, Renewable   & Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 33, May 2014, Pages 443-466
  167. Desiree Immerzeel, Pita Verweij, Floor van der   Hilst, André Faaij, Biodiversity   impacts of bioenergy crop production: a state-of-the-art review. Global   Change Biology, Volume 6,   Issue 3, May 2014, Pages: 183–209.
  168. Bothwell Batidzirai, Floor van der Hilst, Hans   Meerman, Martin H. Junginger, André P.C. Faaij. Optimisation potential of biomass supply chains with torrefaction   technology, Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefining 8 (2),   253-282
  169. B.S.   Koelbl, M.A. van den Broek, A.P.C. Faaij, D.P. van Vuuren, Uncertainty in Carbon Capture and   Storage (CCS) deployment projections: a cross-model comparison exercise. Climatic Change 123 (3-4), 461-476
  170. Ioannis Tsiropoulos, André   PC Faaij, Joaquim EA Seabra, Lars Lundquist, Urs Schenker, Jean-François   Briois, Martin K Patel, Life cycle assessment of sugarcane ethanol   production in India in comparison to Brazil, The   International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 19 (5), 1049-1067
  171. F van   der Hilst, JA Verstegen, T Zheliezna, O Drozdova, APC Faaij,Integrated spatiotemporal modelling of bioenergy production potentials,   agricultural land use, and related GHG balances; demonstrated for Ukraine, Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 8   (3), 391-411
  172. V. Diogo,   F. van der Hilst, J. van Eijck, J.A. Verstegen, J. Hilbert, S. Carballo, J.   Volante, A. Faaij, Combining empirical and theory-based   land-use modelling approaches to assess economic potential of biofuel   production avoiding iLUC: Argentina as a case study, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews,   Volume 34, June 2014, Pages 208-224.
  173. Barbara Koebl, André Faaij, Machteld van den   Broek, Detlef van Vuuren, Uncertainty in the deployment of Carbon   Capture and Storage (CCS): a sensitivity analysis to techno-economic   parameter uncertainty.   International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 27, August 2014, Pp   81-102
  174. Marc de Wit, Jan Peter Lesschen, Marc   Londo, André Faaij, Greenhouse gas   mitigation effects of integrating biomass production into European   Agriculture . Biofuels, Bioproducts and   Biorefining, Volume 8, Issue 3, May/June 2014, Pp.   374–390.
  175. Pieter   Cornelis van der Wijk, Anne Sjoerd Brouwer, Machteld van den Broek, Thijs   Slot, Gerard Stienstra, Wim van der Veen, André PC Faaij, Benefits of coal-fired power   generation with flexible CCS in a future northwest European power system with   large scale wind power, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control,   Volume 28, September 2014, Pp. 216-233
  176. R   Hoefnagels, G Resch, M Junginger, A Faaij, International and domestic uses of   solid biofuels under different renewable energy support scenarios in the   European Union,   Applied Energy, Volume   131, October 2014, Pp. 139-157
  177. W Schakel, H Meerman, A Talaei, A   Ramírez, A Faaij, Comparative life cycle assessment   of biomass co-firing plants with carbon capture and storage. Applied Energy, Volume 131, October 2014, Pp.   441-467
  178. S.   Gerssen-Gondelach, D. Saygin, B. Wicke, M. Patel, Andre Faaij,Competing uses of biomass:   Assessment and comparison of the performance of bio-based heat, power, fuels   and materials, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews   Volume 40, Pp. 964-998
  179. Janske van Eijck, Bothwell Batidzirai, André Faaij, Current and future economic   performance of first and second generation biofuels in developing countries, Applied Energy, Volume 135, Pp. 115-141
  180. C.   Van der Laan, P.A. Verweij, M.J. Quiñones, A.P.C. Faaij, Analysis of biophysical and   anthropogenic variables and their relation to the regional spatial variation   of aboveground biomass illustrated for North and East Kalimantan, Borneo. Carbon balance and management 9 (1), 8.
  181. MMJ   Knoope, IME Raben, A Ramírez, MPN Spruijt, APC Faaij, The influence of risk mitigation   measures on the risks, costs and routing of CO2 pipelines, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas   Control 29, 104-124.
  182. Richard   Sikkema; Martin Junginger, Jinke van Dam, Gerben Stegeman, D. Durrant, Andre   Faaij, Legal Harvesting, Sustainable   Sourcing and Cascaded Use of Wood for Bioenergy: Their Coverage through   Existing Certification Frameworks for Sustainable Forest Management, Forests 5 (9), 2163-2211

In press

  1. R.   Sikkema, A.P.C. Faaij, T. Ranta, J. Heinimö,   Y.Y. Gerasimov, T. Karjalainen, G.J. Nabuurs, Mobilization   of biomass for energy from boreal forests in Finland & Russia under present   sustainable forest management certification and new sustainability   requirements for solid biofuels, Biomass and Bioenergy, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 19 December 2013.
  2. Birka   Wicke, Floor van der Hilst, Vassilis Daioglou, Martin Banse, Tim Beringer,   Sarah Gerssen-Gondelach, Sanne Heijnen, Derek Karssenberg, David Laborde,   Melvin Lippe, Hans van Meijl, André Nassar, Jeff Powell, Anne Gerdien Prins,   Steve N. K. Rose, Edward M. W. Smeets, Elke Stehfest, Wallace E. Tyner,   Judith A. Verstegen, Hugo Valin, Detlef P. van Vuuren, Sonia Yeh and André P.   C. Faaij, Model collaboration for the   improved assessment of biomass supply, demand, and impacts, (Global Change Biology – Bioenergy)  Article first published online : 29 APR   2014, DOI: 10.1111/gcbb.12176
  3. Gert-Jan   Jonker, Martin Junginger, André Faaij, Carbon payback period and carbon offset parity   point of wood pellet production in the Southeastern USA. Global Change Biology – Bioenergy published online : 11 APR 2013, DOI:   10.1111/gcbb.12056
  4. Patrick   Lamers, Ric Hoefnagels, Martin Junginger, Carlo Hamelinck and André Faaij, Global solid biomass trade for energy by   2020: an assessment of potential import streams and supply costs to   North-West Europe under different sustainability constraints,   DOI: 10.1111/gcbb.12162 (published online 2013: GCB Bioenergy).
  5. Felix   Creutzig, N. H. Ravindranath, Göran Berndes, Simon Bolwig, Ryan Bright,   Francesco Cherubini, Helena Chum, Esteve Corbera, Marc Delucchi, Andre Faaij,   Joseph Fargione, Helmut Haberl, Garvin Heath, Oswaldo Lucon, Richard Plevin,   Alexander Popp, Carmenza Robledo-Abad, Steven Rose, Pete Smith, Anders   Stromman, Sangwon Suh,Omar Masera, Bioenergy and climate change mitigation: an assessment. (Global   Change Biology – Bioenergy)
  6. Atse   Louwen, Wilfried van Sark, Ruud Schropp, Wim Turkenburg, André Faaij, Life   cycle greenhouse gas emissions and energy payback time of current and   prospective silicon heterojunction solar cell designs. (Progress   in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications)

Accepted for publication:

  1. Judith Anne Verstegen, Derek Karssenberg, Floor van der Hilst, André Faaij, Simultaneous model structure   identification and calibration of a land use change cellular automaton by sequential assimilation of observations (Computers, Environment and   Urban Systems)
  2. B. Batidzirai , M. Junginger, A.P.C. Faaij    Current and future technical, economic and environmental feasibility of maize and wheat residues supply for biomass energy application: illustrated for South Africa (Biomass &   Bioenergy)
  3. I. Tsiropoulos, A.P.C. Faaij, J.E.A. Seabra, M.K. Patel, Life Cycle Impact Assessment of bio-based plastics from sugarcane ethanol (Journal   of Cleaner Production)
  4. B. Batidzirai, G.S. Schotman, M.W. van der Spek, M.J. Junginger, A.P.C. Faaij, Economic   and Energetic Optimisation of BioSNG Production and Supply Chains  (Applied Energy).
  5. Ric Hoefnagels, Martin Junginger, André Faaij, The economic potential of wood pellet production from alternative, low-value wood sources in the SouthEast   of the US. (Biomass & Bioenergy).
  6. Ric Hoefnagels, Erin Searcy, Kara Cafferty, Thijs Cornelissen, Martin Junginger,  Jacob Jacobson, André Faaij, Lignocellulosic   feedstock supply systems with intermodal and overseas transportation. (Bioproducts & Biorefining).

Submitted for publication: Over 30 titles.

other scientific   publications (selection)

  • Faaij, A.,  K. Blok, E. Worrell, Worldwide   comparison of efficiency and carbon dioxide emissions of public electricity   generation, Department of Science, Technology and Society, Utrecht   University, 1993.
  • Faaij, A., B.   Meuleman, R. Van Ree, Long term perspectives of BIG/CC technology,   performance and costs, Department of Science, Technology and Society,   Utrecht University and the Netherlands Energy Research Foundation (ECN), report   prepared for NOVEM (EWAB 9840) December 1998.
  • W.C.   Turkenburg (Convening Lead Author), A. Faaij (Lead Author), et al.; Renewable Energy Technologies. Chapter   7 of the World Energy Assessment of the United Nations, Published by: UNDP,   WEC, UNDESA, New York, September 2000.
  • M.J.T. Kok,   W.J.V. Vermeulen,  A.P.C. Faaij, D. de   Jager (eds.), “Global Warming and Social Innovation; The Challenge of the   Climate Neutral Society.”, Earthscan   Publications, London, UK, October 2002. Pp. 234
  • D.J. Treffers,   A. Faaij, E. Lysen et al., Database Clean Energy Supply 2050.   Department of Science, Technology and Society, Netherlands Energy Research   Foundation, ECOFYS - coordinated by UCE. Carried out for the Ministry   Housing, Spatial Planning and Environment (VROM), September 2001, pp. 234
  • Faaij, A., Transforming the energy   system of the Netherlands - Two visions on reaching 80 per cent emissions   reduction in 2050.  In: “Global Warming and Social Innovation;   The Challenge of the Climate Neutral Society.” M.J.T. Kok,   W.J.V. Vermeulen, A.P.C. Faaij, D. de Jager (eds.), Earthscan Publications,   London, UK, October 2002. Pp.   17-38
  • Faaij, A., A Green OPEC: Large Scale International   Bio-energy Trade, GHGT-7 – 7th   International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, September   5-9, 2004, Vancouver, Canada.  
  • A. Faaij, Biomass Combustion, Encyclopedia of   Energy, Vol. 1, Academic Press – Elsevier Science, March 2004. Pp. 175-191
  • Arnaldo Walter, Monica R. Souza, André Faaij, Co-firing   biomass and natural gas – boosting power production from sugar cane residues.   Chapter 9 in: Bio-energy, realizing the potential, S. Silveira (editor),   Elsevier, 2005. Pp. 125-140.
  • M.   Morris, L. Waldheim, A. Faaij, K. Stahl, Status of large-scale biomass   gasification and prospects. In: Handbook Biomass Gasification, Knoef   (ed.), Published by the Biomass Technology Group, European Commission, PyNe   and GasNet, Enschede, the Netherlands ISBN 90-810068-1-9, September 2005.   Pp.76-114
  • E.   Smeets, J. van Dam, A. Faaij and I. Lewandowski, Bottom-up methodologies   for assessing the technical and economic bioenergy production potentials.   Chapter 9 in: Agriculture and Climate beyond 2015: a new perspective on   future land use patterns. Environment & Policy Series Vol. 46. Floor   Brouwer and Bruce A. McCarl (eds), ISBN-10 1-4020-4063-6, Springer, The   Netherlands, 2006 Pp. 147-170.
  • W. van Sark, M. Patel, A. Faaij, The potential of   renewables  as a feedstock for   Chemistry and Industry. Chapter   2 in: Renewable-Based Technology: Sustainability Assessment, Jo Dewulf and   Herman van Langenhove (eds.), Published by: John Wiley & Sons, ISBN:   0-470-02241-8. April 2006. Pp
  • A.   Faaij, Assessment of the bio-energy production industry, chapter 13   in: Renewable-Based Technology: Sustainability Assessment, J. Dewulf and H.   van Langenhove (eds.), Published by: John Wiley & Sons, ISBN:   0-470-02241-8. April 2006.
  • Faaij (editor), International Trade of Biomass   Energy and Development - Special Issue of the Journal Energy for   Sustainable Development, March 2006.
  • Jacqueline Cramer, André Faaij, et al., Eindrapport van de projectgroep “Duurzame productie van biomassa”,   Ministerie van Economische Zaken, March 2007. Pp. 45 + Appendices.
  • S.   Hunt, A.Faaij   et al., “Biofuels for Transport:   Global Potential and Implications for Energy and Agriculture” prepared by Worldwatch Institute, for the   German Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection (BMELV) in   coordination with the German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) and the   German Agency of Renewable Resources (FNR), ISBN:   1844074226, Published by EarthScan/James & James, April   2007 Pp. 336
  • Hamelinck   & Faaij, Production of methanol   from biomass, in: Alcoholic fuels, CRC Press, Boca Raton FL USA. 2006.   Pp. 34
  • A. Faaij, T. Morgan, Outlook on Biofuels. Ch. 14 IEA World Energy Outlook, OECD/IEA,   Paris - France, 2006. Pp. 385-418.
  • A. Faaij. D. Arent, J. Murphy, Section III: Conversion to Biofuels, In: Biomass conversion to biofuels and chemicals, a Multi client   study by the Catalyst Group Resources Inc., Spring House, PA, United States,   December 2006. Pp. 29-119.
  • Faaij, A.   (Lead Author). 2007. Potential   Contribution of Bioenergy to the World’s Future Energy Demand. IEA   Bioenergy Strategic Position Paper. IEA Bioenergy: ExCo:2007:02. Pp. 13
  • Bogner,   J., Abdelrafie Ahmed, C. Diaz, A. Faaij, Q. Gao, S. Hashimoto, K. Mareckova,   R. Pipatti, T. Zhang, Waste Management. In: Climate Change 2007:   Mitigation contribution of Working Group III to the Fourth Assessment Report   of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, B. Metz, O.R. Davidson,   P.R. Bosch, R. Dave, L.A. Meyer (eds.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge   United Kingdom and New York, USA, 2007. Pp. 585-618.
  • Barker   et al., A. Faaij (Contributing Author) Mitigation from a cross-sectoral   perspective, In: Climate Change 2007: Mitigation contribution of Working   Group III to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on   Climate Change, B. Metz, O.R. Davidson, P.R. Bosch, R. Dave, L.A. Meyer   (eds.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge United Kingdom and New York,   USA, 2007. Pp. 619-690
  • Veronika Dornburg, André Faaij, et   al., Biomass Assessment: Assessment of global biomass   potentials and their links to food, water, biodiversity, energy demand and   economy – Main Report,   Copernicus Institute – Utrecht University, MNP, LEI, WUR-PPS, ECN, IVM and   the Utrecht Centre for Energy Research, within the Netherlands Research   Programme on Scientific Assessment and Policy Analysis for Climate Change.   Reportno: WAB 500102012, January 2008. Pp. 85 + Appendices.
  • Faaij, A., (guest editor), Special Issue of the   Journal Biomass & Bioenergy: Experiences   with International bio-energy markets and trade – Findings of IEA Bioenergy   Task 40, Biomass & Bioenergy, Volume 32, Issue 8, August   2008, Pages 657-814
  • Andre Faaij, Alfred Szwarc, Arnaldo Walter,Demand   for Bio-ethanol for Transport. In: Sugarcane Ethanol, Contributions to Climate Change Mitigation and   the Environment, (Editors: P. Zuurbier, J. van de Vooren), Wageningen   Academic Publishers, ISBN 978-90-8686-090-6, November 2008. Pp. 139-157.
  • Andre Faaij,Biofuel Conversion   Technologies. In: Sugarcane Ethanol, Contributions to Climate Change   Mitigation and the Environment, (Editors: P. Zuurbier, J. van de Vooren),   Wageningen Academic Publishers, ISBN 978-90-8686-090-6, November 2008. Pp. 159-180.
  • A.   Faaij, Technical and economic potentials of biomass until 2050: Regional   relevance for energy security. Chapter 29 in: Vol. 3  Brauch, Hans   Günter; Oswald Spring, Úrsula; Mesjasz, Czeslaw; Grin, John; Dunay, Pal;   Chadha Behera, Navnita; Chourou, Béchir; Kameri-Mbote, Patricia , Liotta, P.H.; (Eds.): Globalization and Environmental Challen­ges: Reconceptualizing   Security in the 21st Century. Hexagon Series on   Human and Envi­ronmental Security and Peace, vol. 3(Berlin –   Heidelberg – New York – Hong Kong – London – Milan – Paris – Tokyo:   Springer-Verlag), 2009, Pp. 379 – 394.
  • A. Faaij, Food   and Biofuels, In: B. Berendsen (Ed.): Emerging   Global Scarcities and Power Shifts. KIT Publishers, ISBN 978 90 6832 689   5, Amsterdam, 2009. Pp. 61 – 74.
  • Faaij, Londo   (guest editors), Special Issue of the Journal Biomass & Bioenergy: A quantified roadmap to a sustainable   biofuel sector in Europe – results of the REFUEL project. Biomass and Bioenergy, Volume   34, Issue 2, February 2010.
  • M. Junginger, W. van Sark, A. Faaij, (eds) Technological learning in the energy   sector – Lessons for Policy, Industry and Science. Edward Elgar   Publishing, Hardback 978 1 84844 834 6, Ebook 978 1 84980 684 8, August 2010, Pp.   352.
  • H. Chum, A. Faaij, J. Moreira, (CLA’s) et al., Chapter 2, Bioenergy. In: Ottmar   Edenhofer, Ramón Pichs Madruga, Youba Sokona et al. (eds.) The IPCC Special   Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Renewable Energy   Sources and Climate Change Mitigation, Cambridge University Press, New York,   ISBN 978-1-107-60710-12011. Pp. 209-332
  • Ottmar Edenhofer, Ramón Pichs Madruga, Youba Sokona,   Kristin Seyboth (CLA’s), Dan   Arvizu, Thomas Bruckner, Ottmar Edenhofer, Andre Faaij, et al..Technical Summary. In: Ottmar   Edenhofer, Ramón Pichs Madruga, Youba Sokona et al. (eds.) The IPCC Special   Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Renewable Energy   Sources and Climate Change Mitigation, Cambridge University Press, New York,   ISBN 978-1-107-60710-12011. Pp. 27-160
  • Ottmar Edenhofer, Ramón Pichs Madruga, Youba Sokona,   Kristin Seyboth (CLA’s), Dan   Arvizu, Jean-Michel Devernay, Ottmar Edenhofer, Andre Faaij, et al., Summary for Policy Makers. In: Ottmar   Edenhofer, Ramón Pichs Madruga, Youba Sokona et al. (eds.) The IPCC Special   Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Renewable Energy   Sources and Climate Change Mitigation, Cambridge University Press, New York,   ISBN 978-1-107-60710-12011. Pp. 3-26
  • W. Turkenburg, D. Arent, R. Bertani, A. Faaij, M.   Hand, D. Kraft, W. Krewitt, E. Larson, P. Lempp, J. Lund, M. Mehos, T.   Merrigan, C. Mitchell, J. Moreira, W. Sinke, V. Sonntag-O’Brein, R. Taylor,   B. Tresher, W. van Sark, E. Usher, Global   Energy Assessment – Knowledge Module 11: Renewable Energy, Pp. 230. 2012
  • Faaij,   André (2012). "Biomass Resources,   Worldwide." In Robert A. Meyers (ed.) Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology,   Springer Verlag. Volume 3, pp. 1531-1583.
  • Junginger,   Martin; Goh, Chun Sheng; Faaij, André (Eds.), History, status & outlook on securing sustainable bioenergy   supply, demand and markets. In Series: Lecture Notes in   Energy, Vol. 17,   2013, X, ISBN 978-94-007-6981-6, August 31, 2013. Pp. 222

Forthcoming

  • Thomas   Bruckner, Igor Alexeyevich Bashmakov, Yacob Mulugetta, Helena Chum, Angel De   la Vega Navarro, James Edmonds, Andre Faaij, Bundit Fungtammasan, Amit Garg,   Edgar Hertwich, Damon Honnery, David Infield, Mikiko Kainuma, Smail Khennas,   Suduk Kim, Hassan Bashir Nimir, Keywan Riahi, Neil Strachan, Ryan Wiser,   Xiliang Zhang, Chapter 7 – Energy   Systems, In: Ottmar Edenhofer,          (eds.)

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group III Fifth Assessment   Report (AR5) "Mitigation of Climate Change" , Cambridge University Press, New York, April 2014,   ISBN 978-            . Pp.

  • Mercedes Bustamante, Pete Smith,     ….         André Faaij, Chapter 11. Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use   (AFOLU), In: Ottmar Edenhofer,        (eds.) Intergovernmental Panel on   Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group   III Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) "Mitigation of Climate Change" , Cambridge University Press, New York, April 2014,   ISBN 978-            . Pp.    –
  • A. Faaij, J. van Eijck, F. van   der Hilst, Handbook on Biofuels Impact   Analysis. UNIDO-UNEP-FAO, 2014.
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