Partners of the e-harbours movement project
Municipality of Zaanstad
Zaanstad is the 16th largest city in The Netherlands with a population of 151.000 inhabitants. The region has an industrial tradition of more than four hundred years and today around 16% of the population works in industry. The 11 kilometres long river, River Zaan is another important attribute of Zaanstad with its two banks stretching 22 kilometres.
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
The University, founded in 197o, is the second largest institution of higher education in the Hamburg region and one of the largest of its kind (university of applied sciences) in Germany. Students can choose to study a wide range of programmes at one of the four faculties; Engineering & Computer Science, Life Sciences, Design, Media & Information, Business & Social Sciences.
City of Malmö
Malmö the commercial centre of southern Sweden with over 300 000 residents. Co-operation between colleges, science parks, and companies provides a sound basis for entrepreneurs and creative development in city. The City of Malmö aims to be climate neutral and by 2030 the whole municipality will run on 100% renewable energy.
Partners in e-harbours #1
Municipality of Amsterdam
Amsterdam is the capital and largest city in the Netherlands with approximately 756 400 inhabitants. The City of Amsterdam places a lot of focus on living healthy, including investing in sustainable initiatives like Green Roofs and recharging stations for electric automobiles.
Port of Antwerp (Youtube movie)
The first evidence for the existence of theportofAntwerpdates back from the 12th century Today thePort of Antwerpis the largest port inEuropeand the tenth largest in the world handling 178.2 million tonnes of freight in 2010.
Pure Energy Centre
The Pure EnergyTM Centre is committed to providing renewable hydrogen solutions for the community, private and public sector. It was founded in 2005 and aims to to serve the global market for secure, sustainable energy systems in appropriate locations – the isolated rural and critical urban locations
Robert Gordon University
Located in Aberdeen, Scotland the university dates back to 1729 when Robert Gordon first opened a hospital to educate young sons and grandsons of Burgesses of the Guild. Today there are approximately 15 000 students at the university which offers courses in 10 different subject areas including Architecture, Construction and Surveying and Engineering.
As an independent and customer-oriented research organisation, VITO in Belgium provides innovative technological solutions as well as scientifically based advice and support in order to stimulate sustainable development and reinforce the economic and social fabric of Flanders.