May 22nd 2019 - Energy Congress - Evoluon

Meet the partners of EnergyNow

These are the companies and organisations that help make EnergyNow 2019 a reality. We are very grateful for heir shown willingness to contribute to the energy transition and the unity of experts and students in this field! If you are interested in their core activities and opportunities you can click the logo to be redirected to their web-page.

 

EIT InnoEnergy SE

At InnoEnergy we support and invest in innovation at every stage of the journey – from classroom to end-customer. With our network of partners we build connections across Europe, bringing together inventors and industry, graduates and employers, researchers and entrepreneurs, businesses and markets.

We work in three essential areas of the innovation mix: education, innovation and business creation service. Bringing these disciplines together maximizes the impact of each, accelerates the development of market-ready solutions, and creates a fertile environment in which we can sell the innovative results of our work.

For students, InnoEnergy offers a unique selection of master programs, all in the energy technology field! Please follow this link.

 

TenneT

TenneT is a leading European electricity transmission system operator (TSO) with its main activities in the Netherlands and Germany. With over 22,000 kilometres of high-voltage connections we ensure a secure supply of electricity to 41 million end-users.

We employ approximately 3,000 people, have a turnover of EUR 3.2 billion and an asset value totalling EUR 19 billion. TenneT is one of Europe’s major investors in national and cross-border grid connections on land and at sea, bringing together the Northwest European energy markets and enabling the energy transition.  We take every effort to meet the needs of society by being responsible, engaged and connected. Taking power further.

 

Stedin

Stedin is the system operator for gas and electricity in the provinces of Zuid-Holland, Utrecht, and the regions of Amstelland, Kennemerland and Northeast Friesland. With over three thousand employees, we work on realising our ambition: sustainable energy for everyone. The Dutch energy grid is a crucial link in realising a new chapter in the future of the energy system, ensuring our customers have energy to work and live. Providing energy that is always available for our own, and future generations. Generations of entrepreneurs, innovators, and do-ers, who just like Stedin will face new forms of energy. Ensuring an energy system that is more sustainable and more local, using technologies yet to be invented. It is up to us to make this system even more sustainable and to keep it both reliable and affordable.

 

Witteveen+Bos

Witteveen+Bos offers its clients value-added consultancy and top-quality designs for water, infrastructure, environment and construction projects. We use our high-end expertise to resolve complex issues and are a committed partner for our clients. We attach great importance to our independence and to our corporate culture, which allows all of our employees to excel, utilise their talents to the full and maximise value for clients.

 

TNO

TNO is the research organization of applied sciences in the Netherlands, with the mission to connect people and knowledge to create innovations that boost the sustainable competitive strength of industry and well-being of society. Close to 3500 researchers and staff are daily involved in innovations in the areas of on Health, Defense, Industry, Energy, Logistics and Infrastructures. TNO works towards the achievement of reliable, efficient, and sustainable built environment with a leading role in the development and application of new technologies for and with industrial partners and the Dutch government.

 

ANTECY

Capturing and concentrate (ambient) CO2 at low prices for direct use and production of fuels and chemicals, using solar or wind energy.

With the help of an inorganic, non-amine sorbent, Antecy turns the negative of CO2 (greenhouse effects, environmental costs) into a positive, whereby CO2 becomes the ideal renewable resource for our Carbon Economy (fuels, chemicals and other materials).

 

KIVI

he Royal Netherlands Society of Engineers (KIVI) was founded on 31 August 1847 by three engineers under protection of His Royal Highness Willem Alexander Paul Frederik Lodewijk, Prince of Orange. Nowadays, with over 20,000 members, KIVI is the professional association of engineers in the Netherlands. KIVI offers its members communities for specific and multidisciplinary knowledge, a platform for addressing social challenges, the possibility of branding yourself and giving direction to your career and opportunities to take your career to the next level.

 

Go Green Office

The GO Green Office makes the university’s sustainability vision tangible in the everyday reality of its students and staff members. The GO Green Office is the platform where students and employees with fresh minds shape innovative sustainable ideas and launch projects, all with the objective to stimulate TU/e’s sustainable development.