We make our work
concrete by managing
programmes and projects.
We understand the complexity of transitions and know how to bring the market, government, innovations, business cases, technology and policy together to make the world healthier step by step..
In each of our focus fields (energy transition, raw-material transition, climate adaptation, circular), we have developed and initiated programmes with several hundred partners. Examples include the Climate Adaptive Building Agreement in South Holland, the boosting of new heat projects in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area, CO2 Smart Grid and the area development of climate-neutral greenhouse horticulture. We have worked on these programmes and will continue to do so. Making these kinds of programmes a success is the best way for us to make an impact.
We boost projects, we accelerate them and we get them done. From idea to decision to implementation. We know how to do this and – above all – we know how to do it faster and better.
From environmental development in a complex environment to the engineering of a new pipeline system. If we are not allowed to guide projects towards realisation, we’re not really interested. Programmes and propositions are cool, but we want to make the world a healthier place and we know we can do that with projects.
We build new value chains. We do this by building a proposition in an environment, paid or unpaid. We map out the case (for example, a new heating network, a climate-adaptive collaboration, new value creation of residual energy, a scale-up), its added value, the value chain and the partners, and the extent to which they are willing to invest in capitalising on the proposition. We model it in clear language so that decisions can be made about the next step.