News

ECLUSE is the proud winner of the Belgian Energy- and Environment awards in the category 'Sustainable Energy'. On June 8th the prestigious prize was awarded to ECLUSE because of its efforts to help build a sustainable future.

Read more

ECLUSE is nominated for a prestigious award. The Belgian Energy and Environment Awards are given to commercial or non-commercial firms in Belgium that show excellence in taking initiatives to promote sustainable development. For the 2017 edition, over 200 entries were received. ECLUSE was nominated as one of the 3 final contenders for the...

Read more

Once again, ECLUSE was nominated for an award. In With its ‘Smart Awards’, Belfius bank rewards projects that tackle societal challenges in a smart way with innovative solutions. ECLUSE is one of the 10 nominees in the category ‘Smart Company Award’. May 16th, Belfius will disclose the winner of this contest. More information (in Dutch and French)...

Read more

The first pipe for the new industrial steam network ECLUSE was laid in Waasland Port February 6th 2017. From 2018 onwards it will transport the steam from two producers to six customers. The steam will travel through a five-kilometer network of pipes. As a result, the six customers will no longer use their own in-house steam boilers. When...

Read more

The ECLUSE project, that will substitute the energy supply of several chemical companies in the Waasland Port by a heat network, has won the very first Sustainability Award of the Antwerp Port community. The project won by a large margin the votes of the expert jury and the public. Three other nominees were Qpinch, Gyproc and BASF Antwerpen. When...

Read more

From 20 participants to the first Sustainability Award of Port of Antwerp, ECLUSE was chosen by an expert jury as one of the four nominees for the award.

A short promotional film of the ECLUSE project will be made for the general public to vote online. This voting will determine 50% of the total votes. The other half will be awarded by the expert...

Read more

 

Today, Monday 14 April 2014, the Flemish government will pass a resolution to assign 10 million euro to 6 chemical companies in Waasland Port so that together they can build a heating network. The companies Ashland, Monument Chemical, De Neef Chemical Processing and LANXESS intend to make their heating supply more sustainable and for this they...

Read more

 

Indaver, SLECO, MLSO and several chemical companies in Waasland Port are currently conducting a feasibility study for setting up an energy cluster on the left bank of the River Schelde in Waasland Port. Projects for heating clusters are more cost effective than plants for cogeneration or green electricity generation, for example, yet investment...

Read more