Regionale Stuctuur Warmte

Our vision on the Regional Structure for Heat

The Regional Structure for Heat (RSW) offers a great opportunity to reflect, as a region, on the implementation of a suitable structure for heat across municipalities. Sometimes, however, these opportunities are overlooked, and the Regional Structure for Heat is often neglected within the greater scope of the Regional Energy Strategy (RES). Our colleagues Jade Oudejans…

Regional Energy Strategy (RES) for the North Veluwe region

In 2016, the North Veluwe region has developed a roadmap for becoming climate-neutral. The spearheads of their approach were the integration of sustainable energy solutions in the region and measures to boost the regional energy production. It was very clear from the start that a large-scale energy production would yield excellent results in a relatively…

transitievisie warmte 1.0 Drechtsteden

Roadmap for sustainable heating 1.0 in the Drechtsteden

In de Drechtsteden is in alle 7 gemeenten de transitievisie warmte 1.0 door de raad vastgesteld. Een geweldig resultaat. Regionaal projectleider Roosmarijn Sweers en onze collega Jade Oudejans werkten samen aan dit document. We spraken ze over het gebruik van Vesta MAIS, de regionale aanpak en het succes achter het document.

Neighbourhood implementation plan for natural gas-free heating in Amerfoort Schothorst Zuid

While setting up the roadmap for sustainable heating for the whole city of Amersfoort, the municipality has taken the initiative to go further and draft an implementation plan specifically for the neighbourhood of Amersfoort Schothorst Zuid. Over Morgen has assisted the municipality throughout the procedure with technical-financial expertise and process management skills. The neighbourhood of…

Sustainable visitor centres in the Oostvaardersplassen

The province of Flevoland wants to make the visitor centres of the Oostvaardersplassen more sustainable. By 2030, they want to autonomously generate all the energy needed for the buildings, the charging infrastructure for visitors’ electric cars and for their own service vehicles in a sustainable way. Over Morgen was asked to map the current energy consumption and the expected necessary energy demand and generation potential. Furthermore, the province requested a road map for these visitor centres, including the necessary steps to become energy neutral by 2030.

GIS to forecast network of charging stations in The Hague

The municipality of The Hague requested a forecast of the number of electric cars that will be present in the municipality in the future and what type of charging infrastructure they require. With the help of GIS, Over Morgen has mapped where residents, commuters and visitors would choose to charge their electric cars. The GIS analysis makes this question tangible.