In order to prevent further global warming, it is necessary to achieve the goals set out in the Climate Agreement (2015 in Paris). This requires a joint transition from fossil fuels to sustainable energy sources such as geothermal, wind and solar energy. The use of hydrogen is very promising for the near future.
This has consequences for our mobility, the built environment, industry, agriculture and horticulture. Looking differently at the generation of electricity, the reuse of raw materials and the use of residual heat offers ample opportunity for industry in the Netherlands to produce and create innovatively and future-proof. It also means that there are opportunities to develop new processes or optimise existing ones. Measuring, regulating and controlling these processes requires innovative techniques, and this is where JUMO comes in.
Geothermal energy and hydrogen offer such new opportunities. There are numerous possibilities, for example for horticulture, but also for generating renewable energy and using water for a wide variety of applications in the Netherlands' (process) industry.