A local renewable energy cycle begins with a serious ambition. Working with local stakeholders, we first identify all the opportunities in the area. What energy sources are available, who are the energy users, and how much energy do they need? This allows us to come up with the best possible sustainable solution for your area.
Open grids are long pipelines that transport hot or cold water, biogas, steam, CO2 or other commodities and substances. We can connect this infrastructure to as many sources and users as possible, enabling them to share and even engage trading. Alliander Sustainable Area Development co-invests, constructs, operates, and manages these open energy grids.
Alliander Sustainable Area Development believes in local solutions, which we deliver by charting energy supply and demand in a specific area, connecting local partners, and developing smart infrastructure. To give multiple suppliers and users access to this local energy cycle, the grids operated by Alliander Sustainable Area Development are invariably open energy infrastructure.
Opportunities abound for renewable energy facilities. Alliander Sustainable Area Development recognises and seizes these opportunities. We build connections between local authorities, land owners, and suppliers and users of renewable energy, literally and figuratively speaking. We draw up area development plans, develop sustainable business cases, and deliver smart, reliable and affordable solutions. Together with you.
The infrastructures of Alliander DGO connect providers, suppliers and end users. Suppliers include industry, horticulturists, waste incinerators, sewage treatment plants and geothermal sources.Read more
The infrastructures of Alliander DGO is future proof for providers, suppliers and end users. End users include offices, schools, hospitals, industry, the tenants of housing associations, horticulturists and energy collectives.Read more
Local authorities & regional stakeholders
The infrastructures of Alliander DGO connect providers, suppliers and end users. We closely work together with regional stakeholders, which are often local and regional authorities, to achieve the most optimal route and flexible licensing.Read more