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Eneco introduces CrowdNett - a sustainable and innovative solution to a growing challenge.

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Eneco once again named most sustainable of the five major energy companies

Four Dutch civil society organisations – the Dutch Consumers’ Association (Consumentenbond), Greenpeace, the Netherlands Society for Nature and Environment (Natuur & Milieu) and WISE – have conducted an assessment of the authenticity of the green energy offered by 34 energy suppliers in the Netherlands. They looked at investments in the generation, production, supply and purchasing of green energy. These aspects were then combined to form an overall score. Eneco comes in eighth place in the ranking with a 7.0 out of 10. We were the only one of the five largest international energy companies to achieve a passing score. This means we have the distinction of being the most sustainable of all the major energy companies for the fifth consecutive year.


Photo: Peter Struik (CEO of Fujifilm, left) and Marc van der Linden (member of the Board Management of Eneco Group, right)

Fujifilm's production process fully powered by wind energy

Fujifilm, manufacturer of photographic paper and offset printing plates, and Eneco, supplier of wind energy, have announced today that as of 1 January, Fujifilm’s production process is fully powered by wind energy. Fujifilm needs approximately 100 GigaWatt hours of electricity annually for its operations, which is comparable to the average power consumption of around 30,000 households. This green energy is produced by wind turbines in Belgium and the Netherlands.

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We’re members of DE Unie

A special alliance  

We’re the first energy company in the Netherlands to join DE Unie. DE Unie has more than 20 local sustainable energy cooperatives as members. We believe that we can make the transfer to sustainable energy quicker through their membership.

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In 2050, there will no longer be an ‘Energy Industry’

Of all the major energy companies, Eneco has ‘the greenest investment policy’, says Ron Wit, Director of Public Affairs. During the Green Top Train tour, the company hosted the ‘Energy Carriage’. ‘For us, the energy transition cannot go fast enough.’

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Eneco Group on track towards the new energy company

Eneco Group presented its results for the year 2015. The company made a net profit of € 208 million and recorded a revenue of € 4,282 million. Eneco is reaping the benefits of several cost-saving programs started in recent years, while customers benefited from falling prices and a cut in tariffs for transmission of their energy. Eneco is also seeing a decline in energy consumption by customers as a result of savings. At the same time, the company maintained sustainable investments in 2015 at a high level of € 715 million. Today’s presentation also included an explanation of the progress Eneco is making towards becoming an energy service company.

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