Tag: Holland

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Energy, Europe, Innovation, Investment, Shipping, Technology

Are batteries a viable option for shipping?

However, efforts by innovators to electrify shipping has only just begun. In a few months, for instance, we will see the first 100 percent electric barges operating in the inland waters serving the European ports of Antwerp, Amsterdam, and Rotterdam.

Energy, Europe, Gas, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

Dutch owned Gasunie at heart of magic gas roundabout

Nicholas Newman Pipeline Gas Journal August 2016 In the heart of Europe’s gas network operates N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie, usually known as Gasunie. Gasunie is a Dutch state-owned European gas infrastructure company that provides transportations services for the movement of natural gas and green gas in Holland and parts of northern […]

Copy writing, Corporate Journalism, Europe, Power, Power Grid

Landis+Gyr Triumph in Netherlands

Nicholas Newman + Update October 2015. This July, Landis+Gyr has been awarded a major contract  to supply an initial 3 million smart electricity and smart gas meters to the Netherlands’ four distribution network operators namely, Liander, Stedin, DELTA Netwerkbedrijf and Westland Infra. Publicly tendered contracts, worth a total of €470 […]