VTTI, a leading energy company, is currently exploring the development of a large-scale bio-energy installation called VTTI Bio-Energy Limburg. The company’s primary objective is to promote sustainable energy practices and circularity. By converting organic sidestreams and waste into green gas (also known as biomethane or Renewable Natural Gas) and organic manure fertiliser pellets, VTTI aims to address environmental concerns and contribute to the region’s sustainability agenda.

VTTI envisions the creation of a modern facility that integrates renewable energy and circularity within a multifunctional and circular business park. Through the processing of organic sidestreams, biogas is produced, which is then upgraded to green gas and injected into the Dutch gas grid. This initiative is a tangible implementation of the Climate Accord, which aims to produce 2 billion m3 of green gas in the Netherlands by 2030. As such, the project plays a pivotal role in advancing the country’s energy transition and overall sustainability.

To ensure transparency and inclusivity, VTTI has initiated dialogues with local residents and stakeholders in the vicinity of the Zevenellen business park. The company is committed to hosting information sessions and consultations, actively involving the community in the decision-making process.

The Zevenellen project is part of VTTI’s strategic plan and expands its portfolio of bio-energy facilities in the Netherlands and Europe. With careful planning and collaboration, VTTI aims to ensure that its operations adhere to the highest standards of environmental responsibility.

As VTTI embarks on this journey towards a greener future, they invite everyone to join them in their mission. Interested individuals are encouraged to stay tuned for updates as the project progresses. Together, we can make a positive impact on the environment and contribute to a more sustainable world.

For more information visit www.vtti.com

20th March 2024