Kornelis Blok
Kornelis Blok
Professor of Energy Systems Analysis, Delft University of Technology
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Olefins from conventional and heavy feedstocks: Energy use in steam cracking and alternative processes
T Ren, M Patel, K Blok
Energy 31 (4), 425-451, 2006
Residential and commercial buildings
M Levine, D ▄rge-Vorsatz, K Blok, L Geng, D Harvey, S Lang, ...
Climate change 20, 17, 2007
Emission reduction of greenhouse gases from the cement industry
CA Hendriks, E Worrell, D De Jager, K Blok, P Riemer
Proceedings of the fourth international conference on greenhouse gas controlá…, 1998
Response to ‘Burden of proof: A comprehensive review of the feasibility of 100% renewable-electricity systems’
TW Brown, T Bischof-Niemz, K Blok, C Breyer, H Lund, BV Mathiesen
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 92, 834-847, 2018
The direct and indirect energy requirements of households in the Netherlands
K Vringer, K Blok
Energy policy 23 (10), 893-910, 1995
Energy and social issues
AKN Reddy, W Annecke, K Blok, D Bloom, B Boardman, A Eberhard, ...
World energy assessment, 39-60, 2000
Introduction to energy analysis
K Blok, E Nieuwlaar
Routledge, 2016
Steam cracking and methane to olefins: Energy use, CO2 emissions and production costs
T Ren, MK Patel, K Blok
Energy 33 (5), 817-833, 2008
The direct and indirect energy requirement of households in the European Union
AHME Reinders, K Vringer, K Blok
Energy policy 31 (2), 139-153, 2003
To compost or not to compost: Carbon and energy footprints of biodegradable materials’ waste treatment
BG Hermann, L Debeer, B De Wilde, K Blok, MK Patel
Polymer degradation and stability 96 (6), 1159-1171, 2011
Producing bio-based bulk chemicals using industrial biotechnology saves energy and combats climate change
BG Hermann, K Blok, MK Patel
Environmental science & technology 41 (22), 7915-7921, 2007
A review of experience curve analyses for energy demand technologies
M Weiss, M Junginger, MK Patel, K Blok
Technological forecasting and social change 77 (3), 411-428, 2010
From fluid milk to milk powder: Energy use and energy efficiency in the European dairy industry
CA Ramirez, M Patel, K Blok
Energy 31 (12), 1984-2004, 2006
Potential of bioethanol as a chemical building block for biorefineries: preliminary sustainability assessment of 12 bioethanol-based products
JA Posada, AD Patel, A Roes, K Blok, APC Faaij, MK Patel
Bioresource technology 135, 490-499, 2013
Future technologies for energy-efficient iron and steel making
J De Beer, J de Beer
Potential for Industrial Energy-Efficiency Improvement in the Long Term, 93-166, 2000
Implications of various effort-sharing approaches for national carbon budgets and emission pathways
NJ Van den Berg, HL van Soest, AF Hof, MGJ den Elzen, DP van Vuuren, ...
Climatic Change 162, 1805-1822, 2020
Comparison of top-down and bottom-up estimates of sectoral and regional greenhouse gas emission reduction potentials
DP Van Vuuren, M Hoogwijk, T Barker, K Riahi, S Boeters, J Chateau, ...
Energy policy 37 (12), 5125-5139, 2009
State and trends of carbon pricing 2015
A Kossoy
World Bank Publications, 2015
A Triptych sectoral approach to burden differentiation; GHG emissions in the European bubble
GJM Phylipsen, JW Bode, K Blok, H Merkus, B Metz
Energy policy 26 (12), 929-943, 1998
Hydrogen production from natural gas, sequestration of recovered CO2 in depleted gas wells and enhanced natural gas recovery
K Blok, RH Williams, RE Katofsky, CA Hendriks
Energy 22 (2-3), 161-168, 1997
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