The energy market
The price cap
There is expected to be a price cap in 2023, as the government and energy companies consider it important that energy remains affordable for everyone. What does the price cap mean? What will you pay for electricity and/or gas in 2023? Watch the video for more information or find out more below.Find out more
Climate neutral in 2035
How will Eneco achieve this?
With the One Planet plan, Eneco wants to become climate neutral by 2035. In our own activities and the energy we supply to our customers. With concrete steps, Eneco contributes to accelerating the energy transition. This way we can leave a liveable earth to future generations.
One Planet plan
Three climate actions
Eneco wants to achieve its climate ambition through three actions:
- Radical electrification: large-scale electrification of industry, mobility and the built environment with exclusively renewable electricity from new wind and solar farms.
- Phasing out natural gas: by converting or closing our gas fired power stations and making natural gas fired homes and buildings with home insulation, (hybrid) heat pumps and heat networks more sustainable.
- Accelerating sustainable heat: through innovation and investment in sustainable sources such as geothermal, aquathermal, electrode boilers, heat and cold storage, green gas and green hydrogen.
Zowiezon: the push for solar on the school roof
Many schools want to become more sustainable. This can be done with solar panels on the roof. The question for many school boards is: how do we go about this? Zowiezon gives schools in the Netherlands the final push to use their large empty school roofs to generate sustainable energy. With practical help and more.