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Open House on November 3

Interested in Energy? Every first Tuesday of the month, EnTranCe organizes a Guided Tour around the facility for everyone who is interested in EnTranCe and the topic of Energy Transition. Click here for more information and registration. In addition, since September 2015, Dorhout Advocaten holds a monthly office hour, from 10:00 – 11:00, at EnTranCe surrounding the topic

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EnTranCe opened by King Willem-Alexander

This morning, His Majesty King Willem-Alexander opened the new Energy Transition Centre (EnTranCe) in Groningen. EnTranCe is an energy testing ground where students, researchers, the industry and the public create solutions for the energy supply of the future. EnTranCe is a joint initiative of Hanze University of Applied Sciences (UAS) in Groningen and the Energy

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Zpannend Zernike attracts record number of visitors

Last Sunday, the brand new Energy Barn at EnTranCe opened its doors for Zpannend Zernike. Already for the third time, the Hanze University of Applied Science in Groningen participated in the annual Science Weekend, and EnTranCe was once again one of the hosting locations.  An estimated 700 visitors, mostly children with their parents, visited EnTranCe to experience how

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Open House on the 13th of October

Hanze University of Applied Science and Energy Academy Europe hereby cordially invite all interested parties to join the Open House of the Energy Transition Centre (EnTranCe), the hotspot of applied sciences for businesses and innovation at the Zernike Science Park, on the Tuesday, 13th October 2015 from 13:00 – 16:00. An attractive program, with interesting guest speakers, an exposition of

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Royal honor for Wim van Gemert

On Friday 2nd October, the commissioner of the King in the province of Groningen, Dr. MJ van den Berg, awarded a Royal Honor to Dr. Ir. WJT van Gemert (65 years) from Annen (municipality Aa en Hunze). He was appointed Knight in the Order of Oranje Nassau. Mr. Wim van Gemert studied Chemical Engineering and earned his