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Welcome to SEECE

SEECE is the centre of expertise for sustainable, reliable an affordable electrical energy supply. This public-private partnership network of companies, institutions and several research and education groups within the HAN,  enables the required energy transition innovations and ensures sufficient human capital for and with the partners.

Human Capital

Due to the energy transition and the Dutch Energy Agreement there is a great need for more and adequately educated energy professionals.

SEECE contributes by

  • working on new energy-related Associate Degree, Bachelor and/or Master levels and professional post graduate courses
  • further optimization of energy education through more facilities, new learning routes and networks development of new initiatives in the field of lifelong development and learning communities for the energy sector.
27-01-2020

On 11 December the Faculty of Engineering director Janneke Hoekstra cut a luminous cable that promptly changed color. The lights changed from red to green, symbolizing the launch of Lees meer...

27-01-2020

With the opening of the HAN H2-Lab last Wednesday, HAN got a new hybrid learning environment at Industry Park Kleefse Waard (IPKW). The hydrogen lab makes it possible to work in detail Lees meer...

Partners

SEECE is a public-private partnership network between the energy-related business world and higher education i.e. University of Applied Science Arnhem en Nijmegen (HAN). The key partners of the centre of expertise are: Alliander, TenneT, DNV, KEMA Labs, Industriepark Kleefse Waard (IPKW), ElaadNL and the University of Applied Sciences Arnhem en Nijmegen. SEECE’s partners work together on energy-related projects for accelerating innovation in the energy transition and for an increasing number of highly educated energy professionals.

Climate-neutral homes

All Dutch homes must be climate-neutral from 2050 onwards. This ambition leads to an enormous task. The Netherlands has a total of 7.7 million homes, much of which are heated with natural gas. The Sustainable Electrical Energy Center of Expertise (SEECE) brings together education, research, entrepreneurs and governments to work on this issue.