Alliander

Alliander N.V. is the holding company of subsidiaries and group companies, including the regional network operators Liander and Endinet. Liandon is Alliander’s knowledge centre and largely responsible for the technical innovations for the transportation and distribution of electricity and gas. Alliander’s shareholders are Dutch provinces and municipalities.

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  1. Power to the people!

    Date: 14/11/2017
    The energy market is being shaken to its core. How do you cope with that change as a “traditional” DSO? What are the strategic options? “Alliander chose to innovate from its core, but driven by a market perspective,” says Marion Debruyne. “This decision resulted in an exhilarating journey that we recently chronicled in a case study and, through the presentation by Alliander’s strategic director, Pallas Agterberg, gladly share with our DSO community.”
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  2. The energy market: many shades of grey

    Date: 23/03/2016
    Energy and electricity are usually associated with the colour green. Not so for professor Leonardo Meeus: “Today, grey is the colour. Not a boring grey though. An exciting grey”. Twenty years ago, almost the entire energy value chain was in the hands of a single player. Nowadays there are different bodies responsible for different areas. In the sidelines of the distribution system, a myriad of new activities have sprung up which are not regulated at a national or EU level.
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  3. Set to shape the future of DSOs

    Date: 13/10/2015
    30 September 2015 was a special day for our new Dean with the signing of not one, but two Chair partnerships. Belgian DSO Eandis renewed its Chair and, together with Dutch DSO Alliander, entered into a new one, the “DSO Chair”. As part of the Vlerick Energy Centre, it will support and stimulate the ongoing policy and regulatory debate on the future of distribution grid companies. This Chair remains open to other DSOs.
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