The Netherlands is using more and more energy and its gas reserves are running out. Among other things, the country will need to switch to alternative energy sources for transport and heating. Work on this must start now. The Netherlands also wants to achieve zero carbon (CO2) emissions by 2050. So Dutch central government is taking steps to boost sustainable energy production and find smarter ways of using and saving energy.
Glasgow climate summit: agreement on more clean heavy-duty vehicles
10-11-2021 | 01:00
Fifteen countries and several transport sector companies spread across four continents are embarking on a drive for clean ...
North Sea Energy Outlook establishes framework conditions for future growth of offshore wind energy
04-12-2020 | 14:48
Offshore wind energy plays an important role in making Dutch energy supply more sustainable and achieving climate objectives. The ...
Collaboration Between the United States and the Netherlands Focuses on Hydrogen Technology
06-10-2020 | 15:00
Today, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) and the Dutch Ministry of ...