Renewable electricity

The transition from fossil fuels and raw materials to sustainably generated electricity takes time and money. We’re therefore developing technologies to generate electricity from solar and wind more cheaply and more efficiently.

Cheaper and more effective electricity from solar and wind

Increasing renewable electricity is essential, but challenging. We’re developing technology for cheaper and more effective solar and wind energy.

Our latest developments

61 resultaten, getoond 1 t/m 5

Favourable business case for solar heat in homes

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Insight
22 November 2022

Solar heat can make an important contribution to increasing the sustainability of our heat supply. Photovoltaic-thermic (PVT) systems on the roof can, in combination with a heat pump, supply homes with heat and hot water. This would make natural gas redundant, thereby decreasing carbon emissions. There are plenty of options, but what about the cost-benefit analysis?

Profitability offshore wind in 2030 not self-evident

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News
17 November 2022

A new TNO study reveals that offshore wind will not be profitable in all cases. Using several scenarios, TNO investigated the feasibility of offshore wind energy in 2030.

Webinar: Switch to the hybrid energy system

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Event

How will our future electricity grid remain stable and affordable? Sign up for the webinar and get an insight into the technological and societal solutions for our future energy system.

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Webinar

Webinar: Offshore wind under pressure

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Event

Offshore wind energy is growing enormously, but this growth comes with challenges. To maximise the value of large volumes of wind energy in the future energy system, we need to ensure feasible business cases for developers.

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TNO innovation offers discarded wind turbine blades a circular future

Informatietype:
Insight
17 October 2022

Wind energy is gaining momentum. TNO is advanced with a promising solution for recycling discarded wind turbine blades.

Image: Brightlands Materials Center