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Dutch Boosting Group

At Dutch Boosting Group we believe that hydrogen has a high potential to boost the energy transition. By using hydrogen as an energy carrier, we are able to store surplus energy and use it when necessary. A technique that is already proven. However, currently hydrogen is mostly made of fossil fuels. In order to contribute to the energy transition, we have to find solutions to make green hydrogen available in a cost-effective manner.

In this workshop you will learn how to deal with such a complex problem. Where do you start? And how do you deal with all the complexity? In doing so, our consultants will give practical tips and tricks and show you how to apply Systems Engineering.


The workshop of Arcadis will be about automated/autonomous vehicles and mobility. During this workshop students will learn more about the innovations within this field and how this contributes to sustainable mobility.


The case will be based on one of the largest infrastructural works in the Netherlands. A presentation will be given in advance about the project and the challenges will be discussed. In the cases, we will look for solutions for the biggest challenge of the project. This requires a lot of (broad) technical knowledge, but stakeholder management is also included. We are also looking for new and creative solutions! Eventually we will present the solution we have chosen as Sweco. Are you up for the challenge?


We are all familiar with the solar panels on roofs, but what about solar panels integrated in infrastructure? In the workshop we will take a deepdive in the project ‘Solar infrastructure’ and you can share your ideas about this innovation. APPM is a leading consultancy and project management company working on sustainable solutions and a futureproof Netherlands. Think along with our enthusiastic project manager and consultant and get to know APPM!


Witteveen+Bos works with a multidisciplinary team on the reinforcement of the Grebbedijk. The Grebbedijk is a dike (4 km long) near Wageningen that protects the Gelderse Vallei against flooding from the Nederrijn. The primary objective is to reinforce the dike and increase its protection level, but there are various side objectives. Examples include solving the traffic congestion on the dike, managing and satisfying local stakeholders, enabling recreation and creating additional nature reserves.

In this workshop you will work on different, multi-disciplinary civil engineering challenges near the dike and come up with a coarse design. Will you manage to keep all stakeholders satisfied while also improving the flood protection of the area?