Venntiv specializes in subsidy applications aimed at sustainable innovation. Governments, both European and Regional, invest in measures that reduce CO2 emissions or reduce the use of raw materials. The road to these subsidies is often complex and it requires know-how to write an application in such a way that the subsidy provider has no choice but to approve the application.
The call to protect our planet is getting louder. The agreements in the climate agreement to raise the global temperature by no more than 1.5 degrees are crucial in this. This presents us with major challenges and ambitions, such as the transition to a circular and sustainable economy. The speed with which new technologies are developed or initiatives are developed is enormous, but in many cases, there is a lack of (sufficient) funding to make the desired impact.
Venntiv has worked as an advisor on several prestigious projects to promote the circular economy. Such as, for example, the development of the Netherlands’ largest plastic sorting installation. They can also proudly say that they have made a success of the subsidy application for the construction of a large tire recycling factory and for another party the realization of a production machine for bamboo fibers. There are countless projects aimed at reusing raw materials, generating energy, and reducing the CO2 they have been able to support.
»Read more about the projects that Venntiv has realized here.
When writing a grant application, Venntiv always implements the principle of the triple bottom line. In other words, the 3-p strategy. They believe that a company is only sustainable if it makes a significant contribution to society, the climate and is profitable. The latter is the crux for many companies. Sustainable alternatives are often expensive and lower the profit of the company. The government comes to the rescue more often than many entrepreneurs realize. When an investment is good for society and the environment, there are often possibilities for subsidies.
Together with the other members of the Circular Plastics Alliance, Venntiv wants to boost sustainable innovations and revive old plans. By thinking along with the ambitions of the partners, they expect to be able to take a pioneering role together in making society more sustainable. In the short term, Venntiv therefore want to convert project ideas into feasibility studies, prototypes, or demonstration projects.
The addition of Venntiv to the Circular Plastics Alliance allows us to identify opportunities for subsidies and view the financial side of the plans from other angles. This makes Venntiv a unique and valuable addition to our Alliance.