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TRNL20220601014 – Generation of renewable energy on building, head office of dutch corporate bank

A corporate dutch company is committed to increase its share of self-generated renewable energy in an (inventive) way to be implemented in its head office in Utrecht.
The goal is to produce renewable energy in/with the head office, in stead of consuming energy.
For this challenge, the company is looking for suitable (innovative) solutions that can be integrated in their head office towers.

 

A dutch company in the financial sector wants to supports positive changes and is committed to a more sustainable and inclusive society. Together with clients and members, with services, knowledge and ecosystems they work towards a better world for next generations.
To achieve this ambition, one of their challenges is to to increase its share of self-generated renewable energy in an (inventive) way to be implemented in its head office in Utrecht.

The goal is to produce renewable energy in stead of consuming energy.
For this challenge, the company is looking for suitable (innovative) solutions that can be integrated in their head office towers.

Why is this a challenge?
There are two types of renewable energy generators that are applied the most on offices, namely traditional solar panels and small wind turbines. At this moment the company does not have solar panels on the rooftop of the lower

head office buildings because the two office towers drop to much shadow on them. The company does not apply wind turbines either because they have a very low energy yield. Solar power by kite doesn’t seem possible because of the high towers. The company really wants to produce renewable energy, but still has not found a suitable solution that can be integrated in its head office in the center of the Netherlands

Where do you fit in?
The company has high ambitions when it comes to sustainability, including renewable energy. Based on this ambition, the company wants to generate more renewable energy at its head office. That is what this challenge is all about: how can this company (in collaboration with market parties) generate as much energy as possible at this location. Although solar panels are not totally excluded, the company is rather searching for an innovative, more distinguished solution. Off course this solution has to meet their our safety and insurance requirements as well as be compliant to Dutch regulations.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This technology request is part of an innovation challenge and is published on an open innovation platform from the 7th of June and will close on the 17th of July. If an organization does express interest in collaboration with this company before closing date, it will be guided through this open innovation platform and will be introduced to its moderator and the company’s experts. Mind that posts on this platform are not confidential.

Expected role of partner sought:

Type of partner: SME with experience in innovative renewable energy solutions / concepts for buildings.

Which disciplines does the company need?

  • Creative thinking

  • Renewable energy technology

  • Installation and construction technology to integrate renewable energy

    Role of the partner:

    What’s in it for you?

  • An assignment to develop a suitable solution

  • Budget for a feasibility and/or demonstration project

  • Support and test environment available

  • Probability of a follow-up order for other offices

  • Very good marketing, because it is the head office of a famous dutch company

     

For more information you can contact:

ruben.vanderhorst@romutrechtregion.nl

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