Overview

Our long term projects & collaborations

Projects

An overview of our current projects.

  • Battery technology

    Battery Competence Cluster - NL

    To leverage and accelerate the opportunities provided by battery technology and the energy transition, the industry, knowledge institutes and trade associations are jointly committed to developing a strong battery ecosystem.

    See projects Battery Competence Cluster - NL

  • Enabling higher levels of autonomous driving

    Digital Infrastructure for Future-Proof Mobility (DITM)

    Within the project, the partners are developing a system architecture for digital infrastructure, including the critical core technologies associated with localization, traffic services, digital maps, and charging infrastructure.

    See projects Digital Infrastructure for Future-Proof Mobility (DITM)

  • European cooperation

    E-boost

    Sustainable mobility is at the core of the European strategy to accelerate the ecological and digital transition.

    See projects E-boost

  • European battery chain

    Green Transport Delta – Electrification

    The Green Transport Delta - Electrification project aims to develop a strong battery ecosystem in the Netherlands and thereby accelerate the transition to climate neutral mobility.

    See projects Green Transport Delta – Electrification

  • Innovative value chain

    Green Transport Delta – Hydrogen

    The main objective of this project is to develop three hydrogen technologies: hydrogen combustion engines, hydrogen fuel cells, and a next-generation hydrogen refuelling infrastructure technology

    See projects Green Transport Delta – Hydrogen

  • Facilitating strategic connections

    REMOBILISE

    The REMOBILISE project (standing for REgrouping MOBILIty clusters to develop Skills and Exchange) was officially launched on 18th February 2022 by a consortium kick-off meeting.

    See projects REMOBILISE

  • Sustainable Mobility Cooperation

    Sustainable Mobility Cooperation – Germany & The Netherlands

    Both Germany and the Netherlands are striving to modernise their mobility infrastructure and make it sustainable. The goal is clear: in the future, mobility must not only be competitive, but also climate-friendly and intelligent. We want to expand and further develop cooperation, so we can jointly advance our mobility system in bilateral projects. Both countries want to learn from each other, look for common economic benefits of new mobility forms and take on a pioneering role at a European level when it comes to a sustainable and advanced mobility system.

    See projects Sustainable Mobility Cooperation – Germany & The Netherlands

  • Save up to 40% on Fuel

    YDrive

    By equipping trailers with our ground-breaking yDrive technology, we turn every fuel truck into a hybrid combination, while acting as a range extender for electric trucks.

    See projects YDrive

  • SafeCLAI

    In the Netherlands, we have a complex and busy transport system. Vehicle automation is promoted as a way to improve transport safety and efficiency. Companies involved in vehicle automation have to comply with specific standards and legislation. SafeCLAI is developing a generic safety layer for autonomous vehicles, enabling more efficient assessment procedures.

    See projects SafeCLAI

  • GreenSKHy

    GreenSKHy

    Green SKHy draagt bij aan de energietransitie en bevordert de ontwikkeling van de schone waterstofsector door de belemmeringen voor de Europese erkenning van vaardigheden te verminderen en door nieuwe transnationale opleidingsprogramma's te ontwikkelen.

    See projects GreenSKHy

  • Charging Energy Hubs

    The project facilitates and accelerates the transition around the electrification of the logistics sector in the Netherlands by removing existing financial, legal and organisational barriers and developing technological innovations that enable the incorporation of, among other things, charging infrastructure, battery storage and renewable energy sources within our existing electricity networks, even if that network is subject to congestion.

    See projects Charging Energy Hubs