The Dutch energy sector has published an update of the NL Biobased Energy Guide. The guide offers foreign companies an overview of the innovative Dutch bioenergy sector, including company profiles of companies active in this sector.
The updated guide was officially presented to the Dutch ambassador Pieter de Gooijer on 30 March during the Bio360 fair in Nantes, France. The guide was produced in collaboration with the Top Sector Energy, TKI BBE (Foundation Top Consortium for Knowledge and Innovation Biobased Economy) and FME, an entrepreneurial organisation for the technology industry. The new version has many company profiles, all of which are up-to-date again.
Export and cooperation
The NL Biobasd Energy Guide offers foreign companies easier access to Dutch expertise and solutions in bioenergy. The NL Biobased Energy Guide:
• facilitates bringing together foreign organisations and companies with the Dutch bioenergy sector;
• shows the innovative strength of the Dutch bioenergy sector; and
• promotes international cooperation and trade.
You can download the NL Biobased Energy Guide (pdf) to use the information. You can also share the guide with your network.
Do you want your company in the guide?
Is your company active in the innovative Dutch bioenergy sector? And do you want to present your company in the NL Biobased Energy guide 2023? Send an email to Kenneth Colijn.
International Clean Energy Partnership
The guide is a public-private partnership within the International Clean Energy Partnership (ICEP) programme. The following organisations created the guide:
- FME (entrepreneurial organisation for the technology industry)
- Top Sector Energy
- TKI Biobased Economy
- Netherlands Enterprise Agency
Dutch companies and research institutions are among the international leaders in the global bioenergy sector. ICEP supports Dutch companies that offer products and services in the field of renewable energy when doing business abroad. For them, ICEP organises activities such as trade missions and matchmaking events.
Do you have any questions about the NL Biobased Energy Guide? Send an email to Kenneth Colijn.