Through its independent research and consultancy CE Delft is helping build a sustainable world, leading the field when it comes to energy, transport and resource issues. With our economic, technological and policy expertise we help government agencies, NGOs and industries achieve structural change. For more than 40 years now, CE Delft's motivated and skilled staff have been doing their best to succeed in our mission.
We’ve organised our know-how and expertise under 20+ themes, for quick appraisal of how we can best respond to your research question.
We work for business, industry, NGOs and government.
Today's food system has a major impact on climate, nitrogen emissions and land and water use. That system can be made far more sustainable! Some of my research at CE Delft is on innovative proteins like cultured meat.
How can we ensure our energy supply and industry are made sustainable over the coming decades, that we have enough electricity, heat and transport fuels at affordable prices without jeopardising our climate?
As a physicist I enjoy breaking down big, complex problems into discrete processes with stepwise decision points, giving policy-makers and politicians concrete angles with which they can work.
Since 2017 I’ve been with CE Delft, where my work is varied and challenging, thanks to the wide-ranging topics and clients. What motivates me most is a desire to make a concrete contribution to a sustainable world.
My job is to analyse policy instruments for improving the environmental performance of aviation and maritime shipping. I thrive on assisting policy makers in the design of policy instruments that yield maximum environmental benefits at least economic cost.
I enjoy researching the environmental aspect of innovations to identify scope for improvements and see how these can be implemented, in material and product procurement, for example.
We cherish our staff and their creativity, our independence and in-depth analysis. We’re proud of our specialist know-how and the consultancy skills we use to tackle environmental issues head on.