"Data synchronization is needed to improve energy transition"

Many parties and organizations are active within the Energy Transition in greenhouse horticulture. Public parties have a legal duty to register, while analyses by research institutions provide insights into developments in the transition. Various figures are interrelated: targets, forecasts, realizations and decisions give side-by-side impressions of developments in the energy transition. Glastuinbouw Nederland is working on the development and rollout of a monitoring tool that will enable individual companies to record energy consumption in an unambiguous way so that the records can be compared as a basis for CO2 emissions and developments per company in this regard. Greenport West-Holland announces this.

Different parties collect data and monitor from different interests and objectives and it seems a challenge to bring these parties together. In order to better substantiate and compare the area visions towards the future and to have them be coherent with local (municipalities), regional (province) and national reports and monitoring, it is desirable within Greenport West-Holland to have an inventory carried out. This will reveal an overview that can serve as a basis for better comparison and cooperation. It is expected that a good data combination, if properly organized and executed, can contribute a lot in the insights of the developments in the energy transition of greenhouse horticulture. This will enable quantitative substantiation of area visions.

Source: Greenport West-Holland

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