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  1. Patents: Management

    Your organisation has taken the step of applying for a patent. Once you have received your granted patent, however, the process does not end there. You will also have to invest...

  2. QA/QC

    The National System itself is a key tool in improving the quality and process management of the inventory process. To ensure high quality and continuous improvement, the annual...

  3. Guidelines

    This page describes the relevant guidelines for monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions and for preparing the National Reports under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change...

  4. Patents

    A patent is an exclusive right to an invention which allows you to prevent someone else from using your invention for commercial purposes in a particular jurisdiction and for a...

  5. Handbook Certification Solid Biomass

    Why this handbook for certification of solid biomass? Sustainability certification of solid biomass is gaining increasing interest, in particular for biomass used for bio-energy...

  6. Sustainable Biomass Programmes

    Through various regulations and programmes, the Netherlands Enterprise Agency facilitates and encourages projects and supplementary research in order to gain experience in the...

  7. Patent information

    It takes time and money to develop a product. You should therefore ensure that you do not simply 'reinvent the wheel'. The majority of the global technical innovative developments...

  8. Other IP rights

    Intellectual Property (IP) is about far more than just patents. There are other types of IP rights which you can use to protect your inventions or creations. The type of IP...

  9. Patent law

    The word patent originates from the Latin patere, which means "to lay open" (i.e., to make available for public inspection). In modern usage, the term patent usually refers to the...

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