Bas ten Have was born in Grijpskerk, The Netherlands, in 1994. He received his bachelor degree Electrical Engineering in 2015, his master degree Electrical Engineering in 2018, and his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Electromagnetic Compatibility, all at the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands.
During his Ph.D. he has been working at the Power Electronics and Electromagnetic Compatibility group (former Telecommunication Engineering group) at the University of Twente. Bas worked on a project about Electromagnetic Interference on Static Energy Meters. Such static energy meters measure the energy consumption of consumers in household situations. In this project he is involved in the laboratory study that investigates cases resulting in misreadings of those static energy meters. Furthermore, he is involved in on-site testing to capture signals to which static energy meters are typically exposed to. Therefore, post-processing tools are being developed to analyze and characterize such on-site captured signals in more detail. The project should lead to new test methods and standardization of static energy meters, to ensure customer confidence in static energy meters.
Since 2021 he is a Researcher with the Power Electronics and Electromagnetic Compatibility Group. He works within the STEPS (STorage of Energy and Power Systems) project. His main focus is on supporting/consulting small and medium-sized enterprises to advance the technical readiness level of their energy storage solution, to develop the scientific knowledge and insights. This links to various topics including, but not limited to: battery performance evaluation, electromagnetic compatibility, and power electronics.