Renewable Energy

The structure of the Dutch energy market has been transformed from a closed, monopolist and national market with a public character, to an open trade European and international market, with multi-level players, in which renewable energy projects and support for them is becoming increasingly important.

The “renewable” stamp can be found everywhere: from solar and wind projects (onshore and offshore), biomass, biofuel and cogeneration projects, green subsidies, green power and combined heat and power certificates, to energy efficiency and conservation in buildings and machines.

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