Our PNO Energy & Environment and Transport & Sustainable mobility teams continue under the name EGEN. EGEN means intrinsic and that is exactly what sets us apart. Whether it’s sustainable energy, circular economy or sustainable mobility: our experts all have a strong drive to use their knowledge and experience to contribute to achieving a better climate and environment. You may have already noticed this when one of them advised you on your strategy, innovation or subsidy. Can you imagine what more than 30 such professionals can do together?
Sustainable innovation matters: The social task is enormous and has a global character. Think of the energy transition, reducing emissions of harmful substances, solving water scarcity, developing new future-proof technologies and ensuring a liveable and accessible society by investing in smart and sustainable mobility infrastructure. A great challenge, offering huge opportunities. During the numerous projects that we have carried out under the PNO label, we already saw that it is possible. Step by step towards a better result for people, the environment and the organisation. This, and because it is also important for future generations, is why we focus on sustainability and innovation. Sustainable innovation that matters! This way EGEN wants to be able to help you achieve your green transition, investment or innovation even better. From research and strategic innovation advice, project development and applying for subsidies and financing to guidance in the exploitation and realisation of impactful projects.
EGEN signed the ‘Green Recovery Statement’
Recently, the ‘Green Recovery Statement’ was presented to the Dutch minister of Foreign Trade and Development Coordination, Sigrid Kaag. Together with more than 250 other Dutch businesses, EGEN signed this Statement to pledge for a sustainable recovery of the economy after the COVID-19 crisis.
We ask the Dutch government to consider these three points:
1. Endorse the EU Green Deal as one of the cornerstones of the EU Recovery Plan.
2. Build the COVID-19 recovery plan around an investment schedule that firmly puts our Dutch economy on the path of realizing the SDGs and the Paris Climate Agreement.
3. Continue to provide long-term certainty regarding the Dutch climate agreement and measurable commitments.
Retrieve the entire statement here: https://lnkd.in/enwNiwR