TNO: partner in Energy

Employees looking at wind turbines during sun set

How TNO can help the energy sector

TNO is accelerating the energy transition together with knowledge partners, energy sector, companies and government for a CO2-neutral Netherlands in 2050. We innovate with hybrid energy systems, design future energy hubs and are pioneers in hydrogen technology.

Sustainable earth using solar panels, wind turbines and batteries for storage

Energy and materials transition

As a knowledge partner and driving force behind innovations, we are ready to accelerate the energy and materials transition so that the Netherlands is fully circular and climate neutral by 2050. We focus on six critical areas.

Research

How TNO can help you grow

Do you want to start a company, but do you need scientific substantiation? TNO helps you with research.

Innovation

Why TNO

Do you want to develop a product or service, but you don't have the facilities or resources for it? TNO helps you with the development.

Collaborate

Why TNO

Are you looking for collaborations in the energy sector? TNO is happy to advise you.

Would you like to know how you can collaborate with TNO?

Creating innovations is a matter of collaboration. That is only possible with partners. That is why we work annually with around 3,000 large multinationals, SMEs, universities, knowledge institutions and governments, at home and abroad, on joint challenges.

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Consortium explores positive wake effects of floating wind turbines

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4 December 2023
An international consortium comprising six leading entities has embarked on a research and demonstration project investigating the positive wake effects of wind turbines featuring tilted rotors.

TNO helps study effectiveness of Black Blades with sensors, cameras and radar

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22 November 2023

New UWiSE module for efficient offshore wind farm decommissioning

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17 November 2023

Consortium with TNO searches for Stone Age remains at the bottom of the North Sea

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9 November 2023

Solar panel production back to Europe

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