The current SDR programs are developed around four transition paths, based on the applications of CCS, electrification, hydrogen, CCU and process optimization and crucial value chains that are intertwined: hydrogen and CO2, electricity and heat.
The leading SDR programs
The SDR’s strength lies in the bundling of (complementary) interests across borders, in particular the boundaries of sectors, processes and technologies. The partners within Smart Delta Resources (SDR) share crucial interests in the field of the energy transition, but also each have their own agenda, based on the intrinsic desire to innovate, to become more sustainable and to be a good employer. It’s precisely this intrinsic motivation that’s a key factor in the realisation of concrete programs. The current SDR programs are developed around four transition paths, based on the applications of CCS, electrification, green hydrogen, CCU and process optimization and critical value chains that are intertwined: hydrogen and CO2, electricity and heat. The SDR value chains involve the steps from production of the energy source or carrier up to and including its application. Programs, projects and companies are again closely linked within these value chains.
Programs, projects and companies are closely linked within the SDR value chains (from production and storage to the application of energy).
Where there are major interdependencies between these chains, space is created for innovation that can benefit multiple chains. In order to meet the preconditions for industrial energy transition, it is very important for these value chains to be developed further. As part of the SDR CO2 reduction path, SDR, in close consultation with its members, has prioritised the steps to be taken towards a climate-neutral industry based on (potentially) available and affordable technologies and the strategic fit with the value chains. This has resulted in the Hydrogen Delta, Carbon Connect Delta, Park Delta and Heat Delta, SDR programs. SDR takes the lead with regard to the program management in the implementation of these programs. Facilitating the process and uniting and activating the various parties and stakeholders are key to this. However, the responsibility for achieving the objectives of each program lies in the joint hands of the regional and central government.