The Spatial Research Energy and Climate project was commissioned to prepare the negotiations for the National Climate Agreement in early 2018.
During the project, the researchers from the National Perspective Energy & Space team advanced their spatial studies with particular focus on the six so-called functionalities: Energy savings, high temperature heat, electricity, low temperature heat, transport & mobility, food and nature. The NRGlab contributed to overall project and was in the lead for the spatial research on high temperature heat. The findings of the project have been published in the book ‘Ruimtelijke Verkenning Energie en Klimaat’. The PDF of the book (in Dutch) can be accessed here.