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Ruud Sondag was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Eneco Groep NV by the Supervisory Board of Eneco Groep NV.
Ruud Sondag: ‘As the new CEO of Eneco Group, I will be given the opportunity to lead one of the finest sustainable companies in Europe. I consider it an honour to work for this organisation.’
Windpark Autena in Vianen is running at full speed. Two windmills supply all power to Royal Schiphol Group. These are the first in a series of new - yet to be built - wind parks, so that from 2020 onwards, all airports will operate fully on new Dutch wind energy.
See the video how Schiphol Group contributes to the acceleration of sustainable electricity production.
The energy market is rapidly changing. This requires innovative capacity and investments in sustainable energy. In 2017, the Eneco Group invested €727 million. That helps a great deal. Interested in learning more?
In 2030 we enable as much people as possible to live a sustainable life.
“The collaboration between the Dutch Railways (NS) and Eneco is about understanding what the other party wants and to anticipate. It’s real teamwork.” NS and Eneco discovered a common objective to ensure that all trains became climate-neutral. Presenter Froukje Jansen learned more about this special collaboration.
Eneco and Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) are going to construct, under the name EnspireME, the largest battery system in Europe. This battery system will be located in Germany and enables the companies to supply sustainable reserve capacity to the European electricity grid.
'We have been strengthening our activity in the renewable energy field in order to contribute to a low-carbon society. We believe that energy storage will become a key factor, given the circumstance that energy volatility is expanding as the result of the rapid increase of renewable energy. This project is a significant step forward to the realization of the sustainable society.'
Hiroshi Sakuma, Group Chief Executive Officer, Mitsubishi Corporation
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Wouldn’t it be great if we could all generate our own sustainable energy? Well, that’s no longer a vision of the future. It is happening right now, and more and more people are joining in. They are deciding how they generate, use, sell and share energy with others. Together with customers and partners, Eneco Group is looking for energy solutions that make it possible to live and work in a smarter way.