The energy transition is proceeding at full speed, with Europe as one of its main drivers. Jan De Nul joins in, as an energy consumer and as an expert who helps to build green energy production. This page gives you a first impression, but did you know that our quarterly newsletter Focus has a whole lot more to offer? Expect to find a load of extra exclusive photos, mind-boggling figures and fascinating video content on this an many other topics. Not subscribed yet? Time to make it happen!
Europe’s Fitfor55 programme has clear ambitions: from 2050 onwards, the greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere may not exceed the amount that nature or technology can remove. One route towards that goal leads to the production of green energy.
Renewable energy production
Renewable energy sources will have to provide the majority of electricity production. Wind turbines will have enormous dimensions and installation heights, and increasingly larger foundations. Next-generation vessels will have to push the boundaries of installation methods. An important role is also laid out for solar panels. Together with wind energy, they can enable the production of green hydrogen.
Decarbonising our own company
Besides focusing on the production of green energy, companies also have to pursue decarbonisation themselves. A level playing field between fossil energy and renewable energy will be the key to carbon-neutral operations.
Ready to contribute to the energy transition
Find out more about our next-generation vessels Voltaire and Les Alizés, our ULEv-filter system to treat emissions and our tests with alternative energy sources.