Professor of Energy, Resources and Technological Change, Utrecht University
After my PhD in 1994 on the efficient use of energy and materials, I have worked at Princeton University and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (both in the US). Since returning from the US, I have worked in consulting and since 2008 as a professor at Utrecht University. I work on energy use and energy efficiency with an a particular focus on industry and buildings, as well as the efficient use of materials and waste management. I have co-authored over 300 publications in these areas. As lead author of various IPCC reports co-recipient of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the IPCC.
Nov 10, 2020 05:50 am UTC| Science
Is hydrogen the lifeblood of a low-carbon future, or an overhyped distraction from real solutions? One thing is certain the coal, oil and natural gas which currently power much of daily life must be phased out within...