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prof. dr. A.P.C. (André) Faaij

Distinguished Professor Energy System Analysis
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CV of: Prof. Dr. Andre P.C. Faaij (update November 2018)

Current position:

Director of Science ECN part of TNO (as by November 1st 2018) and part time Distinguished Professor Energy System Analysis at University of Groningen.

 Visiting address:

Centre for Energy & Environmental Studies – Energy Research and Sustainability Institute Groningen (ESRIG) – University of Groningen; Nijenborgh 6, 9747 AG Groningen.

ECN part of TNO: Princetonlaan 6, 3584 CB Utrecht, The Netherlands

E-mail: Andre.Faaij TNO.NL and   A.P.C.Faaij

Nationality: Dutch

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

Academic Career:

  • MSc. Chemistry & Environmental Sciences (Utrecht University) (Sep. 1991)
  • Research Scientist STS-UU (Sep. 1991)
  • Visiting researcher: King’s College – London University (1996)
  • Ph.D. (Utrecht University) Energy from Biomass & Waste (Sep. 1997)
  • Visiting researcher: Center for Energy and Environmental Studies - Princeton University (1998)
  • Assistant Professor Science Technology & Society (STS) - Utrecht University; Energy & Environment (1998)
  • Associate Professor STS-UU & cluster coordinator; Energy Supply & System Studies (2001)
  • Professor Energy System Analysis, Faculty of Science – Utrecht University (Jan. 2009)
  • Member of the board of the Department of Chemistry - Faculty of Science – Utrecht University (2010-2012)
  • Chair of the section Science, Technology & Society – Utrecht University (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).
  • Academic director New Energy Coalition (umbrella organization for Energy Academy Europe, Energy Valley and Energy Delta Institute) & Distinguished Professor Energy System Analysis (January 2018).
  • Director of Science, ECN part of TNO (in combination with a professorship at Univ. of Groningen) (1st November 2018)

Facts & figures:

  • >300 titles published/accepted in peer reviewed scientific journals, >120 reports, 8 books & Special Issues, >40 book chapters, >200 conference papers and >170 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. ~45 MEuro research budget acquired to date.
  • Supervised 42 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: 67 (Scopus); 91 (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’).
  • The Linneborn Prize; established in 1994 for outstanding  contributions to the development of energy from biomass (June 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, land use, agriculture, environmental system & impact analysis, socio-economic impact analysis, greenhouse gas balances & accounting, energy and research policies.

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION: André P.C. Faaij (1969) is appointed as Director of Science of ECN part of TNO (since 1st November 2018), the largest energy research organisation of the Netherlands, the merger between ECN (Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands and the energy division of TNO the Netherlands Organization for applied scientific research. He focuses on strategy, large research initiatives and collaboration with academia. He combines this position with a part time chair as Distinguished Professor Energy System Analysis at the University of Groningen (RUG).

Prior to this position he was Chief Scientist of the New Energy Coalition (including the Energy Academy Europe), Distinguished Professor at RUG. In this position, he worked with many stakeholders on energy transitions from regional to international level. The Energy Academy Europe is set-up as a centre of excellence and Public Private Partnership on Energy Research, Education and Entrepreneurship and is as such a cross-cutting strategy priority for the University of Groningen and its’ partners (including the energy sector, the Hanze University of Applied Sciences and the regional government), including some 500 scientists from natural to social science.

Until spring 2014, hewas Professor and scientific director of the Copernicus Institute of Utrecht University (130 scientists); positioned on place 24 of the Shanghai Ranking in the field of Energy Science and Engineering.

The research he coordinated was subject to external evaluations in 2000, 2004, 2007 and 2014, which qualified this research as overall ’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. Ongoing research covers energy system integration questions, modelling, transition processes towards low carbon energy systems and related innovation and policy questions.

He supervises a range Ph.D.-projects in the mentioned areas. 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, sustainable use of fossil fuels and Biobased Economy and a wide range projects for the EC, international bodies (UN, IEA, a.o.), governments and companies. Acquired research funds amount today some 45 MEuro.

He is a member of a variety of expert groups in bio-energy and energy policy, research and strategic planning. He works and worked as an advisor for governments, the EC, IEA, the UN system, GEF, OECD, WEF, WEC, the energy sector & industry, strategic consultancy, NGO’s, etc. Between 2003 and 2012, he was Task Leader of Task 40 under the Bio-energy Agreement of the International Energy Agency on ‘Sustainable International Bio-energy Trade’ and, in the same framework, acted as national representative in several other tasks. He is an advisor to various UN energy activities (including UNIDO, UNEP, FAO).

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, Lead Author on Energy Systems and Agriculture, Forestry and other land use for the IPCC 5th assessment report and the SCOPE report from UNESCO on Bioenergy & Sustainability (2015). Being part of IPCC, he was jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.

Furthermore, he was appointed Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and 2015 he received The Linneborn Prize; established in 1994 for outstanding contributions to the development of energy from biomass.

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 European Research Council (ERC), 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.



Excellent communication skills in professional as well as public environments, high level international circuits (e.g. UN-system, IPCC, IEA), corporate and policy environments.

Frequent speaker on professional and public events worldwide. Extensive experience with media (TV, social media, radio, (inter)national newspapers).

 Management :

    • Extensive management experience in academic setting with small, medium and larger scale organisational units, faculty and institute management. At the New Energy Coalition responsible for the strategy and management of a public private partnership with some 16 partners with focus on research and education.
    • Extensive experience with managing international teams for e.g. the IEA (Task Leader for the IEA Bioenergy Agreement for 10 years), IPCC author teams (as Convening Lead Author), Coordinator of large interdisciplinary research teams (EC funded, UN funded, etc.). Experience in a wide range of committees and (advisory) boards.
    • Experienced with reorganization processes in the academic environment and implementing new organizational models and priorities in complex organizational settings. This includes the creation and development of the Copernicus Institute of Utrecht University, the development of the Energy Academy Europe initiative and the establishment of the New Energy Coalition.
    • Extensive acquisition and project management skills. Extensive reviewer experience for wide range of bodies, journals and other outlets, as well as assessment of institutes, research programs, etc.
    • Extensive experience with supervising and coaching scientific personal in research, education and career management, from Ph.D. up to professor level.


Task Leadership of IEA Task 40 – Sustainable Bio-energy Markets and International bioenergy Trade – securing supply & demand, under the IEA Bio-Energy Agreement. Carried out jointly with Essent Sustainable Energy. Participating countries & Institutions: Netherlands (coordination), Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States (2003 – 2012 and next triennium approved) Annual UU budget ~100 kEuro; total budget ~ 1 MEuro.

An integrated framework to assess spatial and related implications of biomass delivery chains; ME4 project with the Climate for Space program. Contained two Ph.D. projects for Copernicus-UU. Total budget: 0.5 MEuro (2007-2012)

CATO – CO2 Capture, Transport and StOrage; towards a clean use of fossil fuels in the energy economy; Research & Development Programme funded through ICES-KIS (Kennis InfraStructuur). Comprises a research cluster of key companies, Research Institutions, Universities and Environmental Organisations. Coordinated by the Utrecht Centre for Energy Research (UCE). Work Package on System Analysis and Infrastructure (3.4 Meuro budget; subsidy for Copernicus-UU ~1.4 Meuro) coordinated by STS-UU comprises 4 Ph.D.-projects and postdoc capacity (2005 – 2011).

CAPTECH, CO2 capture technology development programme (funded by EOS; Energy Research Strategy-Ministry of Economic Affairs). Comprises two Ph.D. projects for Copernicus-UU, Budget: 0.5 MEuro. (2008-2012)

Knowledge infrastructure for sustainable biomass: A modelling framework for policy support and implementation, funded by the Ministries of ELI and I&M, Packard Foundation and European Climate Foundation. Coordinated by Copernicus-UU in collaboration with PBL and LEI-WUR, total budget: 1.5 MEuro (2010-2015)

CATO-II (coordinated with Dr. Ramirez): Total budget UU: 1.7 MEuro (2011 – 2016)

Establishing Sustainable Liquid Biofuels Production Worldwide (A Targeted Research Project), Funded by GEF, UNEP, UNIDO, FAO. STS-UU budget: 350 kEuro (2009– 2013)

CATFUR EOS LT (coordinated with Dr. Patel), in collaboration with Avantium, ECN a.o., funded by Agentschap NL, UU-budget: 300 kEuro (2011-2013)

BE-Basic Flagship 9: Societal Embedding of a Biobased Society; Identifying, Quantifying and Qualifying Sustainability for the Biobased Economy, coordinated by Copernicus-UU in collaboration with TUD, LEI-WUR, VU, Essent a.o.. Total budget 1.5 MEuro (2011- 2016)

Supportive research on sustainable biomass resource availability and supply strategies for production of synfuels. Funded by Sasol – South Africa. Consists of 3 phases; total budget: 350 kEuro. (2010-2013)

NWO-funded projects: ~ 3 MEuro (Biopush, Transition fossil fuels, AIRE, Backcasting, uncertainties energy system) NWO-FAPESP program with 2 twinned Ph.D.-projects on integral BBE strategy development for Brazil; One Ph.D. in Brazil, one in RUG.

EU projects (in collaboration with various staff members), typical average budgets 100 – 300 kEuro: ~3 MEuro. Selected project titles: GLOBAL BIOPACT, BIOSAFOR, REFUEL, COMPETE, ENFA, BEE, EUBIONET, BIOMITRE, PELL@TLAS, VIEWLS, COBIOCOWA, JOULEII, APAS, COMET, AEA, ALTENER-EE, FAIR, ALTENER-BIOTRADE, Re-Shaping, BioBench, IEE-projects, FENCO ERA-NET

Climate KIC-BioJET programme: UU budget: 500 kEuro + 2 Ph.D projects (shared with TUD and WUR; scientific coordination total effort in UU (total value ~1 MEuro) (kick-off oct 2013)

Contract research (typically 100 - 400 kEuro); estimated total: 4-5 MEuro. Examples: SenterNOVEM/AgentschapNL/RVO, various companies and organizations (Essent, Shell, Rabobank, Port of Rotterdam, KLM, BioX, KCPK, Solidaridad, ECN, TNO, PBL. Various ministries (ELI, I&M, BuZA) and other government bodies (TEKES, FAPESP). International bodies: IEA, OECD, IPCC, FAO, UNEP, UNIDO)

Macro-economic analyses Biobased Economy – Netherlands part II (TKI & Be-Basic): > 200 kEuro (Nov 2013 – end 2016).

ilUC prevention programme RCI, Corbey Committee and various companies: 250 kEuro

Bilateral Program Biobased Economy NL-Colombia  (i.c. ECOPETROL and CENIPALMA, funded via the Dutch Embassy & Foreign affairs: RUG budget 600 kEuro + 3 Ph.D. positions funded by Colombian stakeholders

Main acquisitions via Energy Academy Europe/RUG:

  • ESTRAC – Energy Systems Transition Centre; Open Innovation research infrastructure with Research institutions (ECN, TNO, PBL) and energy companies: budget to date: ~7 MEuro.
  • NUFFIC-NICHE: “Innovative ways to transfer technology and knowhow, developing skills and expertise for gas, renewable energy and management in Mozambique: Covers master education curriculum development and 15 Ph.D. positions in energy topic: Budget: 4,5 MEuro.
  • H2020-LCE-2015-3 project: Innovative large-scale energy STOragE technologies AND Power-to-Gas concepts after Optimisation (Store & Go): 2,5 MEuro for Energy Academy partners
  • ENSYSTRA (Energy system transition North Sea). MARIE SKĊODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS Innovative Training Networks (ITN) Call: H2020-MSCA-ITN-2016: 4,5 MEuro
  • Recruitment of international Ph.D. candidates in the energy field through partnerships with Chinese Universities (CSC Scholarships), Taiwan, Brazil, South Africa, Indonesia a.o. ; a few dozen candidates to date.


  • Strategy design on the education portfolio of the Energy Academy Europe, covering energy education from vocational to post-academic level; analysis and alignment of supply and demand of energy education, introduction of the T-shape model for disciplinary students specializing in energy, development of a MOOC, joint UNIDO-EAE course for energy professionals, setting up an interdisciplinary research school for Energy Ph.D. candidates, etc.
  • 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 an Energy Science Master and the extension towards a natural science track.
  • Developed master courses such as Research Methods for Energy & Material Systems (Advanced Energy Analysis), Chemistry for Sustainable Development and 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), EPFL (Switzerland), University of Cork (Ireland), University of Uppsala, a.o.


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-...)
  • 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.
  • 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 - 2016).
  • 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' van de 'Global Change'-Commissie 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.
  • Chair of the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (some 1500 participants), Amsterdam, June 2016.

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).
    • Convening Lead Author (Bioenergy) IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Technologies (2009 – 2011).
    • Lead Author (Energy) and CA (AFOLU) for the 5th Assessment Report of the IPCC (Working Group III – Mitigation) (2011 -2014).
    • Member and author for the Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) of UNESCO on Bioenergy & Sustainability.
    • 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 - 2014).
    • 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 - 2012).
    • 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, Academy of Finland, Russian Science Foundation, National Center of Science and Technology Evaluation (NCSTE) in Kazakhstan, Research council for Lithuania, a.o.
    • Advisor and reviewer for the International Energy Agency, a.o. 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 (2012-2016)
    • Member of the UNESCO SCOPE Biofuels & Sustainability Scientific Committee (2013 -2015)
    • Member of the European Research Council (ERC) (2014 -..)
    • Expert advisor for the European Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT) of the European Commission concerning Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) InnoEnergy and ClimateKIC (2014 -…)
    • Coordination expert of Focus Group on “Enhancing production and use of renewable energy on the farm” for the European Innovation Partnership on Agriculture and Sustainability EIP-AGRI (2017-2018).
    • Expert advisor member of a panel of UNIDO on transformation to sustainable industries (2018 -… in progress).

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 - 2014).
  • Chair/member 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 - 2015)
  • 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 - 2015)
  • 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) (2013-2018)
  • Member of the expert committee for the European Fund for Regional Development (2015...)
  • Member Scientific Board of the Netherlands Energy Research Alliance (NERA) (2017...)
  • Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) - Applied and Engineering Sciences (TTW) (2017-…)
  • Expert reviewer for the ministry of economic affairs & climate on the climate policy of the past 5 year (2018)


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