When we talk about renewable energy, we talk about energy from biomass and the reuse of heat emerging from for instance factory processes, amongst others. A good example is the modern waste centres with energy recovery. As such, an increasing amount of households and buildings are connected to so-called heat nets. Here, the heat that emerges from the burning of residual waste is used to heat homes and buildings. Automation and telemetry are important components for the construction and maintenance of bio-centres and heat networks, and at CoNet we have a lot of knowledge at our disposal to this effect.
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Completed projects in this sector:
- Working on and with offshore wind platforms requires specific knowledge and experience. The circumstances are very different from those on land, therefore a different set of regulations applies. “It is an exciting and challenging environment to be working in”, according to Jeroen Weemhoff, a consultant with Siemens Partner CoNet. For the past year Jeroen lived out of hotel rooms. He ...Lees meer
- The contractor HVC is the largest non-commercial waste collector in the Netherlands. The construction of the new modern waste energy plant with energy recovery in Alkmaar was the start of the utility company. That's over 25 years ago. During that time, the waste processor has evolved from a pure waste processor to a sustainable waste management company, where reuse of ...Lees meer
- HHNK - migration of burner control system "Migrate the current process control systems in such a way that we gain insight into the whole process and specifically energy consumption, increase logging of process generated data and hopefully enable us to increase overall process efficiency. By the way, the entire process conversion should be fast en reliable". Above more or less ...Lees meer
- "Increase (web)security, upgrade soft and hardware to the latest versions and improve engineering efficiency overall", that was, in a nutshell, what HVC commissioned CoNet to do. HVC is an energy and waste utility company of which 48 municipalities and 6 water authorities are the shareholders. To make a significant contribution to the climate goals that these shareholders have set, HVC ...Lees meer