Heat is hot – Future of Energy
In order to meet the targets of the Dutch climate accord €48bn needs to be invested in sustainable heat
In order to meet the targets of the Dutch climate accord €48bn needs to be invested in sustainable heat. This is a result of Deloittecalculations based on the target formulated in the climate accord..
Hydrogen: a key stepping stone on the path to a green energy future
Hydrogen technology may offer answers to long-term energy transition challenges
With carbon reduction goals threatening to move beyond our reach, we need realistic, interim solutions that can lever industries on the path to decarbonisation. Can the current exciting developments in hydrogen energy systems be the missing link?
Innovation required to counter climate change
Climate Accord blog series
In order to counter the climate change innovation is key. However innovation can be time consuming and expensive. The government realizes this and more important realizes that it is time for change. To reach the Climate Accord goals, the Dutch government has implemented a set of measures..
The new smart: clean, connected and community based energy
Hoe gaan we de energietransitie versnellen en hoe kunnen we in 2019 al impact maken? Op 3 april vond het rondetafelgesprek ‘Future of Energy’ met minister Wiebes plaats. Lees hier de uitkomsten.
Change is surging through the energy sector. Digital platforms are transforming the market. At the same time, the climate crisis is pushing energy providers to search for new ideas on how to provide clean power in modern, connected cities. An opportunity exists for these companies to lead the way..
Wind energy gusts to become a potential powerhouse
Pricing parity brings this clean energy to the forefront
Wind power is now competitive with conventional generation technologies across the top global markets. Without subsidies. How did this happen? And more importantly, can wind power keep it up?