ETA and ETT to run on 100% green energy
Euro Tank Terminal (ETT) and Eurotank Amsterdam (ETA) have today signed a contract to fully cover their electric power needs with sustainable wind energy. The agreement guarantees the supply of sustainable wind energy for the operations of the terminals until 2027, with an option to extend.
The agreement means that VTTI’s Dutch terminals will be fully powered by Dutch green power, thereby reducing CO2 emissions and contributing to climate goals in the field of carbon neutrality. The green energy supply is covered by Guarantees of Origin (GoOs) that prove that it is generated by wind turbines located in a wind farm in Giessenburg.
Towards sustainable operations
In addition to wind energy, ETA and ETT are also powered by solar energy. Last year both terminals commissioned large solar panel projects, which contribute to meeting their electricity needs. Both terminals have also switched to electric cars on site, with the aim to replace all company cars on site with electric cars. At the same time, ETT has doubled its electric charging parking spaces.