Climate

Climate issues affect us all and translate into a wide range of societal challenges. Effectively coping with global warming and the exhaustion of our fossil fuels requires innovative and multidisciplinary solutions. So we are deploying our entire ecosystem across the board in response.

Holland High Tech Holland High Tech is committed to the resulting partnerships between private and public partners, thereby facilitating ground-breaking research, concrete applications and much-needed breakthroughs in the field of climate and global warming. The associated technologies are key elements in these new scenarios. Acting now ensures that we do not saddle future generations with the bill and that we start to tackle tomorrow's challenges today.

Ground-breaking metal powder technology

Metalot accelerates sustainable, circular developments by bringing together scientists, government authorities, students and entrepreneurs in its mission to ensure full reuse of raw materials and introduction of carbon neutral applications of metals and energy.

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Innovation

For the Netherlands, innovation is essential. We are working on smart technologies to address major societal challenges: Dutch solutions to global issues. Through technological innovation and with our unique knowledge, we as a country are acting to ensure security of work and income in the future. Holland High Tech increases the impact of innovation. Find out more about our themes and our (key) technologies.

Our themes       Technologies

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Holland High Tech EVENT 2022

The annual EVENT to meet and inspire one another. To come together, with colleagues from the business community, knowledge institutions and governments. How are we doing and what opportunities await us? We will share that and more during our EVENT. Will you join us (again) this year? Dutch spoken.

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Current 
dossiers

What is going on in the ecosystem? Stay up-to-date with the latest developments in our top sector and discover the latest high tech applications and ongoing research.

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