Sustainable Gases & Clean Energy training courses
New gases, such as biogas, hydrogen and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), have emerged as the fuels of the future, combined with sustainable energy sources such as sun and wind. Decentralized energy production and integration within smart electricity and gas grids are increasingly important issues. The transition towards a more sustainable energy economy is challenging but, at the same time, also raises questions. Where answers are not directly available, applied research can generate new knowledge and new insight. Our specialists have expertise in a wide variety of fields, making a multidisciplinary approach possible. We provide advice, perform research, carry out measurement programs and enter into strategic collaborations. We focus on developing decentralized energy systems such as integrated sustainable energy systems and micro-cogeneration systems, on smart grids, on improving energy efficiency in industry and on developing technologies for green gases such as natural gas and biogas mixtures.
The Sustainability & clean energy department consists of four main groups: New gas, Carbon capture and storage, Smart grids and Footprint reduction. We have built up considerable knowledge and expertise in the various fields, from which everyone participating in our training courses will benefit.