Day 2 from the DRF
2.5 kilometers down the underground, the Netherlands has managed to find good conditions for geothermal district heating, which is expected to be able to heat larger parts of the suburb of Delft with renewable energy. The excavation for the deep will begin soon and His Royal Highness the Crown Prince therefore visited today the excavation site, which is located on the campus of the Technical University, TU Delft.
The talk about sustainable energy continued at the Cambridge Innovation Centre, which houses 250 entrepreneurs in the heart of the big city of Rotterdam. After a roundtable discussion with entrepreneurs working with health and energy, His Royal Highness drove along the river Nieuwe Maas to Europe's largest port area, where the Danish company RelyOn Nutec hosted a seminar on offshore v inner energy and the power-to-x.
Using 1,500 litres of liquid natural gas, RelyOn Nutec subsequently demonstrated how their training facilities can be used for industrial safety research. The Crown Prince then sailed out of the industrial harbor with the ship Princess Amalia together with parts of the Danish business delegation, who along the way participated in a network lunch on the use of wind energy and storage of it, before His Royal Highness became a sail. one ashore and continued on to the last program point of the business development in The Hague