With the help of a financial contribution from the Province of Noord-Brabant, the municipality of Bergen op Zoom, in cooperation with the Green Chemistry Campus, has € 1,187,500 available for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from the European Union that are active in the biobased economy. Requests are coming in so apply quickly.
TNO’s Energy Transition Unit (former ECN) is joining Shared Research Center Biorizon at the Green Chemistry Campus in Bergen op Zoom, an incubator for the upscaling of sustainable materials and chemicals for the building and packaging industry. At the Campus, TNO will be working on bio-aromatics that can be applied in bitumen, rubber, marine fuels and resins. Now, all 3 horizons (research lines) of Biorizon are being represented at the Campus, that also functions as Biorizon’s headquarters. This further strengthens both Biorizon and the biobased economy in the region.