Through my work at CE Delft, I enjoy contributing to a more sustainable world in order to make a positive impact on the environment and society.
During my master’s degree in Chemistry, I became increasingly aware that the major challenge of the climate crisis is not only in technical developments, but perhaps even more in social developments and the important influence of policy on them. Through my work at CE Delft, I enjoy contributing to a more sustainable world in order to make a positive impact on the environment and society. My specialisation for my master’s degree involved solar energy, the energy transition and green chemistry. I also undertook several projects that involved a multi-disciplinary approach to finding solutions to local climate problems.
At CE Delft, I can integrally apply both my technical knowledge and my interest in policy. I am very interested in complex challenges, such as grid congestion and renewable energy generation and storage. I have a curious nature, broad interests and enjoy learning. I like to discuss and exchange knowledge and to strategically think about long-term effects.
My focus areas at CE Delft are various renewable energy forms, grid congestion and policy topics.