Linking companies with a heat surplus to households or businesses that actually need more energy. Together with selected partners, Eneco is bringing together supply and demand to make South Holland even more sustainable.
Eneco Group, one of the frontrunners in renewable energy production and retail in Europe, has today announced that its target to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions has been approved by the experts at the Science Based Targets initiative. “Eneco’s ‘science-based target’ provides a clearly defined pathway that specifies how much and how quickly the company needs to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.”
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.
These aren’t times for going it alone. Nor a time for ifs. Or buts. People and businesses are taking things into their own hands. Deciding for themselves where and how to generate sustainable energy. How they’ll use, store and share it. This is the age of &.
Every year, we generate more than 1 Gigawatt (1,000 Megawatts) of sustainable energy. With onshore and offshore wind farms, with our biomass plant and with solar farms in the Netherlands, Belgium, the UK and France. This is enough sustainable energy for around 850,000 households. Eneco Group is leading the way with investments in large-scale generation capacity. These sustainable projects are all contributing:
These sustainable projects are all contributing:
|| Eneco Luchterduinen
|| Prinses Amalia wind farm
|| Delfzijl wind farm
|| Ameland solar farm
|| Fosses-la-Ville wind farm (Belgium)
|| Solar panels on roofs at Audi Brussels (Belgium)
|| Fonroche solar project (France)
|| Tullo & Twinshiels wind farms (UK)
|| Lochluichart wind farm (UK)
|| Norther wind farm, under construction (Belgium)