Entries by CenexNL

We welcome Sanne van Breukelen as our newest Senior Project Manager

We are very glad to have started November by welcoming Sanne van Breukelen as the newest member of our team! Sanne will be working on the EU H2020 funded eBRT 2030 and the AeroSolfd R&D projects. She will bring her knowledge of and experience on implementing Zero Emission Buses and her network of energy transition front runners to these projects.

SESA: Smart Energy Solution for Africa to accelerate the green transition and energy access

We are happy to announce that the project SESA (Smart Energy Solutions for Africa), funded by the EU H2020 program, has officially started! SESA is a collaborative project between the EU and Africa that aims at providing energy access technologies and business models that are easily replicable and generate local opportunities for economic development and social cohesion in Africa. We are very proud to be part of a consortium of 30 partners from all over Europe and Africa.

Maximising the benefits of e-scooter deployment in cities

While we in the Netherlands may have to wait till 2023 for the shared e-scooter to hit the streets, they are well established in many cities across Europe. At Cenex Nederland we believe that e-scooters have a place in the transport network, offering first and last mile travel solutions that are inclusive and sustainable. However, to avoid the pitfalls that accompany the introduction of the new service (e.g. dangerous use, cluttered sidewalks) we should learn from the experiences of other cities.

Levis Blog

The first results of the H2020 LEVIS project are published! Along with 13 partners across Europe, Cenex Nederland developed and trialled the iEDGE toolkit (integrated Eco-Design Guideline and Evaluation). The toolkit is used to implement

LEVIS project 6 months update

Already six months into the H2020 LEVIS (Advanced Light materials for sustainable Electrical Vehicles by Integration of eco-design and circular economy Strategies) project! Time for all the partners to meet up and discuss all the progress that has been made on the lightweight electric vehicle components.