How can low carbon technology developers get access to funding in the Netherlands?
📆 8 July 2020 | WEBINAR RECORDING
The Hague Business Agency has broadcasted their fifth webinar about how low carbon technology developers get access to funding in the Netherlands.
In this webinar you will have a chance to hear from energy innovation and funding experts about various financial programs and subsidies available today for small and medium sized businesses, especially for developers of low carbon technology.
In this webinar
To combat climate change, the Dutch government aims to achieve reduction of the greenhouse gas emissions by 49% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels and a 95% reduction by 2050 in the Netherlands. These goals were announced in the Climate Act on May 28, 2019. The Climate Plan, the National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) and the National Climate Agreement contain the policy and measures to achieve these goals in the Netherlands.
Innovation in the energy industry is key for climate change, which can be costly. In a new series of webinars The Hague Business Agency will share insights on public and private funding opportunities for developers of low carbon technology.
Who is it for?
The session is relevant for electricity and heat generating industries such as (offshore) wind, solar, marine and geothermal and more than that. It relates to all sustainable solutions that lead to a lower carbon footprint. Think of hydrogen, energy storage, system integration, electrification, carbon storage, cleantech, but also digitalization.
It is for foreign and Netherlands based companies exploring public and private funding opportunities to boost their growth and innovation activities in the electricity and heat generating industries as well as in sustainable solutions development.
Topics to be covered
- The Hague Business Agency & its role – Philip Mulder
- Financial instruments – Rene Kamphuis, Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO)
- Subsidies and tax incentives – Martin Otten, Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO)
Get in touch with Philip
If you have any questions regarding this webinar or materials shared, please reach out to Philip Mulder, our New Energy Business Advisor.