Energy cooperatives in port and industry

Energy cooperatives in port and industry

Many companies operate in the Port of Rotterdam because of its strategic access to Rotterdam, the largest port in Europe. To reduce the impact of the port's industrial facilities on the environment parties are gathering in energy cooperatives to join utilities instead of each company generating energy from fossil fuels. ECFEB is providing their knowledge and insights on new business models and algorithms to sustain the energy grid and power supplies.

In 2016 ECFEB launches Rotterdam Port Energy Co-operative to boost industrial efficiency. Industrial energy consumers, energy providers, smart grid operators and energy trading platforms based in the Port of Rotterdam are looking for coalition partners to research its financial, social and security benefits. Watch our video for more information.