The Dutch Sustainable Energy Association (NVDE) is the organization of entrepreneurs in sustainable energy in the Netherlands. The association was established in 2015. The renewable energy activities at more than 1500 affiliated companies already represent a turnover of around € 17 billion and more than 60,000 employees. The organization is committed to an energy supply that is entirely based on renewable energy. The organization covers the entire chain in terms of members: sustainable energy producers, network operators, suppliers of electricity, heat and gas and companies that offer sustainable applications and services such as energy storage, electric transport and heat pumps.
Bioenergy Europe (formerly known as AEBIOM) is the voice of European bioenergy. It aims to develop a sustainable bioenergy market based on fair business conditions. Founded in 1990, Bioenergy Europe is a non-profit, Brussels-based international organisation bringing together more than 40 associations and 90 companies, as well as academia and research institutes from across Europe.
MVO Nederland is working towards a new and sustainable economy. Companies are not only driven by financial values, but also by those values that have a positive impact on people and the environment. Although many companies are already doing business in this new economy, there are still major steps to be taken to achieve our ambition.
Twinnovate is member of the MVO organization and supports the mission of MVO.
RBCN is an independent business-to-business network platform to strengthen and promote the Dutch bioenergy sector and biobased economy. It brings together traders, producers, logistic service providers, consumers and other relevant parties active in the supply chains for biofuels, solid biomass and biobased products.
Biobased Delta is an alliance of Dutch provinces, businesses and knowledge centres in the delta region of North Brabant, Zeeland and South Holland. Together, we are pioneering a sustainable biobased economy. We support initiatives to use biomass as a raw material in the chemical, construction and packaging industries. We are applying natural residual flows from agriculture, forestry and horticulture – such as sugar beet, sweet corn, hemp and timber – to reduce our reliance on fossil raw materials.
Biorizon is a cross-border initiative between TNO, VITO, ECN part of TNO and the Green Chemistry Campus and is part of Biobased Delta. Biorizon aims to include the global leaders in the fields of feedstock, conversion, equipment and end products as participants in the Shared Research Center, based on the open innovation methodology.