What We Provide
Innovation (Technical) Consulting
Innovation is about creating more effective processes, products and ideas. Being innovative does not only mean inventing. Innovation can mean changing your business model and adapting to changes in your environment to deliver better products or services. Successful innovation should be an in-built part of your business strategy, where you create a culture of innovation and lead the way in innovative thinking and creative problem solving.
Energy and Transport Expertise
There are investments in new energy and transport capacities in order to replace ageing infrastructure. These investments mean new infrastructure to be installed. Current country and regional energy policy consider the central goals to be security of supply, competitiveness and sustainability. To achieve these goals, real time infrastructure must be built to meet the energy and transport demands.
Engineering and consulting help in improving the performance of production processes. We leverage our network to provide the best solutions for you. Our Engineering and consulting services are based on production, safety and energy efficiency analyses of machines and systems. As our customer, you can utilize various measurement services, criticality and risk surveys, and usability and operational reliability analyses, as well as a variety of safety and environmental services.
From The Blog
Two Dutch companies Lightyear and Royal DSM, are collaborating to integrate solar-powered roofs to electric vehicles, including cars, vans, and buses. Lightyear has a mission to design and manufacture electric vehicles with a long-range around 725 kilometers and more significantly charged by the sun. According to DSM, “Today, the global EV market has enormous growth
IRENA report states that advancing green energy initiatives could spur economic growth, tackle climate emergency, and create millions of jobs. Renewable energy can boost economic recovery from COVID-19 by boosting global GDP gains of $98 trillion (£79.5tn) between now and 2050. This is according to an in-depth report, by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) that
CIBSE and REHVA have issued recommendations to those responsible for managing building services, to reduce airborne exposures by reassessing building operations, including the process of heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning. REHVA- is the Federation of European Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Associations, CIBSE – is The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers. CIBSE recommends that “any