The industrial sector in the Netherlands plays a crucial role in the energy transition.
Green hydrogen is pivotal for realizing the energy transition and establishing a sustainable, CO2-neutral economy.
Electrification is the transition from fossil to renewable electrical energy. It will significantly lower the CO2-footprint of the Dutch process industry.
To feed the world within the bounderies of the ecosystem, we need to redesign our food industry.
Industrial plants can benefit from technological advances to enable efficient use of energy and resources.
A transformation of food, land use, and water systems is needed to drastically reduce climate impact and restore nature and biodiversity.
Circularity is the cornerstone of a sustainable future. ISPT is working on feasible and innovative solutions that will lead to full circularity by 2050.
The materials transition aims for a circular economy, and is about building a fundamental new structure of the economy.
Reducing the industrial water footprint means reusing valuable components from water and lowering the energy consumption.
In the transition towards a sustainable, CO2-free economy Dutch industry needs to develop sustainable heat supply systems.