We connect clients with the right solution providers, from our expansive network that covers a wide range of sectors and areas, including material science, big data, robotics and environmental science. We are in close contact with many relevant stakeholders, such as cities, universities, SMEs and big players in the industry. We connect different parties that complement each other and we guide them in building solutions together.
We create tools to help our clients make better and more informed decisions. These tools can range from scenario planning to a lifecycle costs assessment.
We support public authorities and industries with assessments of production lines and financial models to accelerate the transition towards a circular economy. We arrange workshops and support the implementation of the transition strategy.
We identify with our partners the circular challenges of their products or systems with a focus on difficult material streams. We support the mapping of technological solutions and opportunities towards a circular product that already exist or currently are under development (technology readiness levels below 9). In these scouting studies, we look at the opportunities from an ecological and economic point of view.
Congratulations to Bax & Company partner Rolf Bastiaanssen and the rest of the Starke Energy team for winning @Cleantech_Camp 2020!
#RenewableEnergy #EnergyTransition #SmartBatteries
To watch a recording of the event visit here:
How does the chemical industry impact the #CircularEconomy?
Chemistry has a key role in making Europe’s economy circular by enabling innovative technologies that better use and reuse existing materials.
Read more via @politico
#EUfunded projects help transform our economy & society and decouple industrial growth from environmental impacts, in line with the strategy & priorities put forward by President @vonderleyen for the #EUGreenDeal & #CircularEconomy Action Plan.
“The European Commission needs to bring in legally-binding #EnergyEfficiency targets to support building renovation and give member states the support they need to reach them”
Fuel from food!
Volkswagen will be using fuel from materials such as oil from restaurants and the food industry for certain new car shipments. Helping to achieve the companies net carbon neutrality goal by 2050.
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