Rembrandt Koppelaar is a doctoral research student at the Centre for Environmental Policy. He works on the simulation of electricity firm decisions related to power plant investment. His PhD research is part of a joint project between Imperial College London and the Swiss Institute for Integrated Economic Research (IIER) with the aim to simulate the intertemporal and interspatial dynamics of the economy from a resource driven perspective.
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Koppelaar R.H.E.M., 2016. Solar-PV energy payback and net energy: Meta-assessment of study quality, reproducibility, and results harmonization. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Article in Press. Ι DOI
Koppelaar R.H.E.M., Keirstead J., Shah H., Woods J., 2016. A review of policy analysis purpose and capabilities of electricity system models. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Vol: 59. Pages 1531-1544 Ι DOI
Koppelaar R.H.E.M., Weikard H. 2013. Assessing phosphate rock depletion and phosphorus recycling options. Global Environmental Change. Vol:23(6). ISSN:0959-3780. Pages:1454-1466. Ι DOI
M.Sc. Management, Economics & Consumer Studies, University of Wageningen (2 years research variant)
B.Sc. Economics and Governance, Wageningen University