During the European Industry & Energy Summit 2021, Fieldlab Industrial Electrification challenges the market to pitch their solutions for utilising residual heat. SPIE and Royal HaskoningDHV will jointly participate in this business case challenge during the session on December 8.
Earlier this year, SPIE Netherlands and Royal HaskoningDHV started a collaboration to contribute to the sustainability of industrial sites. Since the start of this partnership, interesting projects were started in the field of decarbonisation in multiple sectors such as the oil refinery sector, glass wool production, the food industry and the refinery sector for vegetable oil.
Ready for sustainable industry
The cooperation between SPIE Nederland and Royal HaskoningDHV focuses on identifying, developing and implementing a multi-year programme that helps industrial parties to become more sustainable. Through this collaboration, an ultimate link is made between the business strategy of the asset owner, the owner/manager of the industrial site, and the necessary investments for optimisation and renewal.
In the next 30 years, the industry will have to become completely climate-neutral. In the first 10 years already for more than 50%. A phenomenal challenge that will require a lot. Many asset owners feel the need to map out their site and get advice on how to make their assets more sustainable. Royal HaskoningDHV is in an excellent position to do this. The advantage of this combination is that it directly involves an implementing party, SPIE. The combination focuses primarily on optimising, and thus decarbonising, non-core energy-intensive utilities such as steam, electricity, cooling, compressed air, heat, waste water, process water, etc. Together with the asset owner, they look for optimisation in the entire chain; from production to consumption. Want to know more about this flexible service? Visit the website of SPIE. :