EnTranCe to the second life of gas: EnTranCe as source of innovation and human resources

Jan-jaap Aué, Wim van Gemert, Gerard Martinus

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The living lab EnTranCe provides a platform for open innovations. Stakeholders from large industry, SME’s, government and the research community team up to work on the future of the European energy system, with gas in a pivotal role. An important element of the innovation strength of EnTranCe is that it also serves a number of MSc programmes. This brings you students in contact with relevant research and gives hands-on experience in solving the intricate problems that come with stronger interconnected and changing energy markets. is explained. Thus, the innovative projects taking shape at EnTranCe have a dual role in forming the students while at the same time leading to innovative applications of natural gas. In all, the developments at EnTranCe strongly support the case of natural gas as the bridging fuel in the European Energy Transition.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2015
Event26th World Gas Conference 2015: growing together towards a friendly planet - Paris, France
Duration: 1 Jun 20155 Jun 2015
Conference number: 26th
http://www.wgc-paris2015.com/

Conference

Conference26th World Gas Conference 2015
Abbreviated titleWGC 2015
CountryFrance
CityParis
Period1/06/155/06/15
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Keywords

  • open innovation
  • renewable energy
  • energy academy europe

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Aué, J., van Gemert, W., & Martinus, G. (2015). EnTranCe to the second life of gas: EnTranCe as source of innovation and human resources. Abstract from 26th World Gas Conference 2015, Paris, France.