Carbon neutral industry

The Netherlands must become more sustainable. But since industry is responsible for one third of all carbon emissions, this is a huge challenge. More sustainable fuels and production processes are badly needed.

Towards a CO2-neutral industry

Industry accounts for about one-third of CO2 emissions in the Netherlands. We’re working to make industry carbon-neutral by 2050, so there’s a huge amount to do.

Our latest developments

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European Industry & Energy Summit 2022

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Event

Join TNO and industrial and energy leaders at the European Industry & Energy Summit 2022 on November 29th and 30th 2022 at Brightlands Chemelot Campus

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Brightlands Chemelot Campus - Geleen

Climate goals achievable with strategic approach

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News
14 November 2022

Both globally and in the Netherlands, we are lagging the Paris climate targets. Meeting the climate targets is urgent, but possible. TNO advocates an integrated approach and demonstrates how we can speed up the process towards climate neutrality.

Breakthrough electrolyser development: 200 times less iridium needed

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News
24 October 2022

Produced via electrolysis using electricity from the sun and wind, green hydrogen has a crucial role to play in the energy transition. Iridium is a scarce material that is presently essential to electrolysers working with the commonly used Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) technology.

Webinar: Industry CO2 neutral and circular in 2050

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Event

The necessary sustainability of the industry poses many challenges. Climate targets are being tightened up and have gained momentum in recent years. Decision makers want to know: how do I continue to make a profit in that new context? In this webinar on 28 September we discuss this with partners and come up with tailor-made solutions.

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SEWGS

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Article

To make industry more sustainable, we've developed a revolutionary technology that captures CO2 very efficiently while producing blue hydrogen.