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Industrial electricity from wind and solar energy

Allow your industrial process to be driven sustainably by means of electrification using an e-boiler! Not only will you be reducing your COand NOx emissions, you will also be saving on energy costs because the e-boiler replaces fossil fuel by wind- or solar-generated electricity at times when this is the more interesting option. The system works together with your current fossil fuel-driven installations to produce steam. You will even be eligible for a subsidy.
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The Eneco e-boiler: improving sustainability the easy way

Being the frontrunner in the Dutch energy transition, Eneco helps you to make smarter, cleaner and more sustainable choices. And what's more, we have a lot of experience with a wide range of sustainable energy solutions. The electrode boiler, for instance, is the worry-free, sustainable alternative to a gas boiler that doesn't require large investments.
Reduce CO₂ emissions up to 50%
Up to 10% savings on energy costs
Proven technology, low-maintenance
Eneco activates the e-boiler when the electricity price is favourable

District heating in the The Hague district of Ypenburg partially produced by an e-boiler

Lower gas consumption results in a CO2 reduction of 1,260 tonnes/year.
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Power-to-heat techniek van de Eneco e-boiler

Power-to-heat technology

By converting electricity into heat, the electrode boiler, supplied by Parat, uses one of the so-called ‘power-to-heat’ technologies. As soon as the e-boiler is switched on, the gas boiler will be turned off automatically. Because we are well-acquainted with wind and solar profiles and the electricity market, Eneco is able to determine for you when the e-boiler can best be switched on. That way you will benefit from steam at low cost.

Profit from the favourable SDE++ subsidy

An investment in an Eneco e-boiler is even more profitable with the SDE++ subsidy. As we have a lot of experience in successfully applying for SDE subsidies, we are more than happy to assist you with the application. Just leave it all to us.
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Eneco's offer

If your steam requirement exceeds 5 MW and you use over 10,000 MWh of electricity, an e-boiler may well be a cost-saving addition to your current gas-fired installation. Do you wish a full-service solution for this or do you want to make the investment yourself? Have a look below at the options that are available to you and the advantages of StoomCompleet, and Supply & Control.

From advice to operation

  1. Our adviser will visit you to discuss your situation and requirements. The adviser will perform a quickscan and explain how an e-boiler works. Subsequently, you will receive a first general proposal.
  2. We will conduct a feasibility assessment for you and you will receive a design of the installation including an offer. Any permits will be listed and applied for by us on your behalf.
  3. If you are eligible for SDE++ subsidy, we will apply for it on your behalf. Our experience in these matters will increase the chances of the subsidy being granted to you.
  4. Once the SDE++ subsidy has been granted, we will proceed with realisation. We will place the e-boiler while ensuring a proper integration in your existing system.
  5. Eneco will take care of supplying green power and controlling the e-boiler. That way, you can rely on the e-boiler being activated at favourable moments. You can leave everything to us, including maintenance and 24/7 monitoring.

Making the switch together

Together with Eneco, Crown Van Gelder investigates its options to reduce CO2 emission by installing a 25 MW e-boiler.

Sustainably driving or heating your industrial process

Contact us to find out how green power from an e-boiler can drive or heat your industrial process.

The Eneco e-boiler

  • Integrated in your system
  • Proven technology in countries such as Germany and Norway
  • You choose: lease (StoomCompleet) or Supply & Control

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