Companies

Meet the partners of the All Energy Day

Join these companies in workshops, on the show floor and in the recruitment sessions

These are the partners of the All Energy Day 2019, who will help us turn this edition into a great success. They will provide inspring workshops and interactive stands on the show floor. To learn more about the participating companies, click the learn more box under their logo.

Alliander is a major Dutch energy network company. We distributes electricity and natural gas to 3 million customers every day. We are committed to an energy supply that gives all of them access to reliable, affordable and sustainable energy under equal conditions — both now and in the future.
The world of energy is poised for revolutionary change in the coming decades. 24/7 power plants are making way for solar panels or wind turbines that only generate energy when the sun shines or the wind blows. To heat our homes and power our cars, we are switching over from gas and oil to electricity and residual heating. Customers are going to generate their own energy, both for their own use and to share. New types of networks are emerging and we may be confronted with ‘network leavers’: customers who become self-sufficient and go off grid. All these developments influence the reliability, affordability and accessibility of our energy supply. At the same time, our society is becoming increasingly reliant on energy. As a network operator, Alliander has the public task to ensure that – despite all these radical changes – everyone retains access to reliable, affordable and sustainable energy on equal terms. Meet Alliander at the All Energy Day and learn more about the challenges we’re facing.

DHL Express is a division of the German logistics company Deutsche Post DHL providing international courier, parcel, and express mail services. Deutsche Post DHL is the world’s largest logistics company operating around the world, particularly in sea and air mail.
ENGIE takes on the challenge of the energy transition through its three businesses: electricity, natural gas and energy services.
Spring Associates is a strategy consulting firm specialised in energy transition and sustainability. We support ambitious companies (ranging from corporates to start-ups) with getting a clear vision on future developments, translating this into sharper strategies, clearer positionings and bankable business plans. As our delivery capabilities build on the knowledge, skills and commitment of our team, we aim to attract, grow, and retain exceptional and talented people who also have a sense of where the world should be heading.
TNO connects people and knowledge to create innovations that boost the sustainable competitive strength of industry and well-being of society. This is our mission and it is what drives us, the 2,600 professionals at TNO, in our work every day.
Heerema Marine Contractors Heerema Marine Contractors installs the biggest offshore structures in the world. Becoming the most sustainable contractor ever is one of the best engineering challenges of our time. Care to see how we are doing? Check it out at https://hmc.heerema.com/about/sustainability/

For 130 years, Albert Heijn has been the supermarket for and for us all. As the oldest existing supermarket chain in the Netherlands, we fill around five million plates every day. With more than 100,000 employees, we take this big responsibility and ensure that the customer always finds tasty, healthy, sustainable and affordable products in our stores.


We have the ambition to do better together every day. For the environment, for our health, for fair products, for the welfare of animals and for the neighborhood. Albert Heijn wants to make an active contribution to a healthy and sustainable society.


At Albert Heijn we believe that we can achieve great results with many small steps. That if we all do a little more each time, we also achieve a little more each time.
Every optimization and saving we can find can be brought to all our nearly 1000 stores in the Netherlands, whether it is gasless building, CO2 cooling installations or LED lighting. We are constantly innovating and testing new initiatives and technology to reduce our energy consumption and CO2 emission. As the leading food retailer in the Netherlands we have a responsibility to reduce our carbon footprint and contribute to a healthy environment for our customers.

The Nationale Postcode Loterij is the biggest charity lottery in the Netherlands. It was founded in 1989 by Novamedia, a marketing agency that sets up and runs charity lotteries. Fifty percent of the proceeds of this lottery are donated amongst 81 charities, which, in 2010 amounted to over 270 million euros. For the All Energy Day the Nationale Postcode Loterij is sponsoring the price of our Pitch Competition!
Stedin is the grid operator in South Holland and Utrecht. Together with 3000 colleagues are we
WORKING TOGETHER TOWARDS A LIFEWORLD FULL OF NEW ENERGY
This is our mission. To supply our customers the energy they need to work and live. Now and in the future. In the changing energy world, this is not self-evident. More and more of our customers, for example, are generating sustainable energy. Furthermore, we must be adequately prepared for future techniques. This requires a new energy system, in which we are an indispensable component. Together with our stakeholders, we are developing a sustainable energy system that will be reliable and affordable in the long term. For the sake of the new energy generation and for people who care about our world, just like we do.
How does Stedin do this? By being clear and close and by simply getting started!
Siemens: we need YOU on the road to decarbonization

The world is constantly changing and we’re always thinking about what’s next. Can you help us build the technologies and innovations of tomorrow? The key to achieving CO2 neutrality is to establish a carbon-neutral energy mix and a sophisticated communications system in which energy producing and consuming systems talk with each other in real time. To begin with, renewable sources of energy have to be available at competitive costs. We need to build electricity highways and smart grids in order to create a balance between supply and demand. The development of energy storage facilities is important as well. In addition, energy must be utilized much more efficiently in buildings, transportation, and industry. Siemens is very active in these fields, where it already offers many energy-efficient solutions and environmental technologies that are combined in a separate environmental portfolio. In fiscal year 2015, this portfolio generated €32.7 billion in sales for Siemens and helped its customers avoid around 487 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions – the equivalent of about half of Germany’s total CO2 emissions. Companies such as Siemens know that they themselves need to urgently take action. Now the company has set itself the ambitious goal of cutting its CO2 emissions of 2.2 million tons (as of fiscal year 2014) in half by 2020 and to become CO2-neutral by 2030. We need YOUR contribution on the road to decarbonization!

New energy. That is the path to the future. Which sustainable energy sources do you want to tap into? Wind, water, warmth and the sun: enough choice. We help companies to run on a nice mix of energy sources. And of course they would prefer to generate and consume these sources themselves. Experience the freedom, the independence. We can make it happen if they take Joulz as their energy partner.

iwell exists because we want to make the world a little bit better. Cleaner air and water and a healthier planet. Sustainable energy is necessary to achieve these goals. Institutions move slow. We are impatient and want to break with the status quo. That is why with our own battery system we help building a future with sustainable energy supply and storage.
Rijksvastgoedbedrijf (Central Government Real Estate Agency) The Central Government Real Estate Agency works for and on behalf of the Dutch State. We are responsible for managing and maintaining the largest and most diverse property portfolio in the Netherlands. Our portfolio includes prisons, court buildings, military barracks, airports, defence sites, ministerial offices, ports, tax offices, listed buildings and historical monuments, museums and palaces. We make these buildings and sites available in order to meet the property needs of central government. Our expert staff develop our strategy and policy and supervise the management and maintenance, purchase and sale, construction, remodelling and renovation, and development and redevelopment of properties in our portfolio. We deploy and care for our buildings to help realize governmental goals. Our real estate expertise enables us to offer governmental agencies an inspiring and safe working environment. Our portfolio consists of 12.3 million square meters of buildings and 90 thousand hectares of land. This is comparable to 100,000 family houses (approximately 25% of the total number of houses in the city of Amsterdam) and the surface of 135,000 soccer fields. We provide land for wind parks, agriculture and motorway service stations. As a large-scale client for the construction and real estate markets, we work closely together with a wide range of public and private concerns. We are extremely aware of our social responsibility and firmly believe in the “three Ps” – People, Planet and Profit. You are welcome to contact us or visit our website at https://english.rijksvastgoedbedrijf.nl/
Northpool is a commodity trading company with a strong focus on energy products. Northpool’s core business is trading European power and gas combined with expertise and knowledge of a broader range of energy products such as oil, coal and emissions as all energy related products. We enable a more efficient energy transition.
TenneT is a leading European electricity transmission system operator (TSO) with its main activities in the Netherlands and Germany. With over 23,000 kilometres of high-voltage connections we ensure a secure supply of electricity to 41 million end-users.
Swissgrid was founded in 2006 in response to the gradual liberalisation of the Swiss electricity market. Since 2008, the Electricity Supply Act has stipulated that the transmission grid must be owned by the national grid company.
As the national grid company, Swissgrid has been responsible for the operation, safety and expansion of the 6,700 km-long extra-high-voltage grid since 2009. Swissgrid took over the grid in 2013, which represented an important milestone on the path towards electricity market liberalisation. Swissgrid employs around 450 highly qualified people from 24 countries at its sites in Aarau and Prilly as well as in its regional offices in Castione, Landquart, Laufenburg, Ostermundigen and Uznach. As a member of the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E), Swissgrid also supports the coordination and grid utilisation activities in the European exchange of electricity. Swissgrid is playing a key role in the energy reform that is currently taking place. The company works together with the energy sector, business, politics and the population to develop solutions to expand the Swiss transmission grid sustainably and efficiently.
KPN enables people to be connected anytime, anywhere. Since 2015, KPN is climate neutral. Therefore KPN feels to take an active role in the Dutch energy transition. The KPN infrastructure contains assets such as batteries, flexible cooling, empty rooftops and heat throughout The Netherlands. Those assets could play a crucial part in the Dutch energy transition, so energy can be stored and generated at the right moments.
Founded in 2017 by a group of experienced industry leaders, DAREL is a small purpose-led energy company that aims to accelerate the transition towards renewable energy sources. During their careers, the founders realized that the complexity of energy markets, with the many different political and economic interests, presents one of the biggest obstacles for a smooth transition towards a renewable energy supply. By leveraging their knowledge and experience, DAREL supports those who Dare to Lead in the energy transition. Since its inception, DAREL has established itself as a key player in the Dutch energy landscape and is involved in almost all large-scale transition projects, amongst others: • the development of a Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) infrastructure in the port of Rotterdam • the North Sea Wind Power Hub, an international project that aims to create a power hub in the middle of the North Sea • several initiatives that aim to develop a regional hydrogen infrastructure to decarbonize industrial heat and electricity supply • to supply district heating networks with residual heat from the processing industry With the non-profit branch DAREL Education, the company creates social impact and awareness by giving masterclasses in secondary schools and universities, and by providing cross-business trainings to companies. This affirms DAREL’s belief that understanding and support from current and future generations is critical in succeeding in the energy transition.

While many people see the world along political, geographical or financial lines, we believe that energy will shape tomorrow’s view of reality.

No matter what industry you work in, the power of energy fuels it. Energy production capacities and consumption rates are shaping national economies and international relations. If you want to understand the future, think energy.

Enabling profitable energy decisions

At Priogen, understanding the energy of things is our core business. In a highly complex energy market, our in-depth scientific approach to price forecasting enables us to distill the exact information needed to make fact-based, future proof and profitable business decisions.

Based in Amsterdam, our 24/7 business operation focusses on short- and medium-term power trading, sourcing and optimizing generation under management.

Whether you produce or consume energy, our team’s independent position and trading expertise will maximize energy value while minimize energy risks for your business.

Royal Vopak is the world’s leading independent tank storage company. We operate a global network of terminals located at strategic locations along major trade routes. With a history of over 400 years, and a strong focus on sustainability, we ensure safe, efficient and clean storage and handling of bulk liquid products and gases for our customers. We enable the delivery of vital products ranging from oil, chemicals, gases and LNG to biofuels and vegoils. Vopak is listed on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange and is headquartered in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Including our joint ventures and associates, we employ an international workforce of over 5,700 people.

Since our beginnings as an ambitious start-up in 1996, we’ve grown to become a global innovator in
the field of Project Cost Management as a consultancy and software company. Today our mission is
to help clients with their project by answering questions such as ‘How long will it take?’, ‘How much
will it cost?’, ‘How will the performance be improved?’.
As one of the dedicated teams at the heart of our organization, our Cost Engineering Consultants tap
into their background in engineering to provide clients with the insights they need for their multi-
million projects.
With the continuing debate on energy prices, it has been vital to be predictable in cost estimates for
most of our clients, the biggest players in the energy industry. We help them achieve this with our
deep industry knowledge and all-around expertise.
You, too, can join our team of professionals and help us tackle exciting challenges.
Due to our international client base, you will get a global and diversified work experience where you
will have plenty of opportunities to broaden your knowledge. You will team up with some of the best
and brightest to work on challenging projects using the latest technologies and solutions in the
industry.
Visit Careers at Cost Engineering to join us and discover your potential.

Magnus Red is a consultancy firm that’s specialised in large and complex project management and change management projects. The strength of Magnus Red lies in the ability to understand the strategy of our clients and to translate this into operations – via processes, organisation, technology and people. Our Energy Team consists of around 25 people with different backgrounds that manage projects for Transmission System Operators and Power Exchanges. We support them by translating legislation related to the energy transition into concrete implementation plans. These complex projects are characterised by the fact that they are international, multi-party and taking place in a political context. Our role as Project Management Office is to enable the various parties to cooperate within the project by defining the approach and roadmap, allocating the work and monitoring the progress. This all happens in a highly political context. These projects contribute to the energy transition as they are directly linked to legislation that strives for more cross-border exchanges of electricity. This enables the integration of more renewables, improves social welfare and enhances the security of supply. We are on the lookout for people with a passion for project management, enjoy a challenge and are personally driven to getting things done. Does this sound like you? Meet us at the AED 2019!