Antillean Sustainability and Energy Transition Support
2030, 2035 and 2050 are now the target years to realize the energy transition to a large extent within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Both the Netherlands and the Dutch Caribbean, the latter better known as the CAS islands – Curaçao, Aruba, Sint Maarten and BES islands, special municipalities – Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, are subject to sustainability.
Due to the 2019 climate agreement government organizations within the Kingdom of the Netherlands are obliged to take sustainability measures to make country, island, province, municipality, city, village, neighbourhood, district and street carbon neutral. In the role of Director of Sustainability and Energy Transition (DSET) within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Marlin Yard Foundation is driven to bring parties together to save energy and accelerate the transition. Within the framework of the current possibilities, we help to apply alternative solutions regarding sustainable energy generation, storage, and cooling systems. We support government agencies in working together with housing corporations, citizens, network operators and utility companies on a transparent approach to becoming carbon neutral.
Marlin Yard Foundation supports government organizations with expertise and organize an integrated approach to realize the optimal technical and economic solution within the private and public sector and the financial frameworks of government organizations. Marlin Yard Foundation offers to inform stakeholders at the right times, and to assist with applying for grants that supports sustainability and the energy transition. These stakeholders are companies, government organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and knowledge institutions and educational institutions.
By focusing on participation, citizens are involved when possible and necessary, so that the chance of success of the transition process increases. In the case of successful transition projects, management will be returned to government organisations.
Marlin Yard Foundation invites companies, government organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and knowledge institutions and educational institutions to enquire about grant possibilities. And offers assistance on how to further implement sustainability, and or to move forward in the energy transition process.
More information about this service can be found at: https://www.marlinyard.org/sustainability-and-energy-transition