Most of the sustainability projects at TU Delft are achieved through the help of our partners.
These partners can be either student initiatives, organisations related to the TU Delft and/or external organisations:
Besides the Green Office, there are numerous other student initiatives present on our campus with whom we work in close cooperation:
Centre for Sustainability
Aims to make sustainability more graspable, currently working on the Circular Economy MOOC with Leiden University and Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Their main goal is to involve, empower and inspire students to become active professionals and entrepreneurs, accelerating the energy transition through their unleashed potential.
Passie Bestaande Woonomgeving
Passiegroep provides a platform where students and professionals share their experiences in order to make the built environment sustainable and liveable.
Study association of the MSc Industrial Ecology at TU Delft and Leiden University. They aim to bring IE students closer to the academic and professional field of sustainability.
Offers support for the realisation of student projects in developing countries around the world, to increase their stability and livelihood, and create profit and chances for local entrepreneurship.
Next to the student initiatives we cooperate with a great number of other organisations related to the TU Delft.
The International Festival of Technology (IFoT)
TU Delft Sports and Culture
The Green Village
Stichting Herontwikkeling tot Studentenhuisvesting (SHS)
TU Delft Campus and Real Estate (CRE)
Delft Energy Initiative
Delft Global Initiative
The Green Office has direct connections and co-operations with external organizations.
TU Delft has signed an e-deal with the city of Delft to support the transition towards an energy neutral city in 2050. Key items: large scale introduction of solar PV and geothermal heating.
Together with DUWO – the largest student housing corporation in the Netherlands - we work on making the student housing in Delft more sustainable. A recent achievement is the installation of 279 solar panels one of their buildings. https://www.duwo.nl/
Studenten voor Morgen
Programmabureau Warmte Koude Zuid-Holland
Collaboration on the province wide transition towards sustainable heating and cooling.
Rotterdam Port Authority
Within the Smart Port programme, the TU Delft collaborates with the port of Rotterdam for its transition towards sustainability. http://smart-port.nl/en/
Collaboraton in the Delft Solar City Project. https://www.qurrent.nl
This start-up by former TU Delft students, is involved in Green Office projects for innovative solutions for waste handling. https://verdraaidgoed.nl/
TU Delft spin-off company, developed a fully serviced bike renting system for students and staff. One-quarter of the 2016-students, has chosen for this cost effective solution. https://www.swapfiets.nl/en/
International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN)
A global forum to support leading colleges, universities, and corporate campuses in the exchange of information, ideas, and best practices for achieving sustainable campus operations and integrating sustainability in research and teaching. http://www.international-sustainable-campus-network.org/
MIT / ETH / KTH
Contacts with MIT and ETH to collaborate on sustainability programmes have been initiated agreeing on collaboration on Sustainability Living Labs (MIT), Food and Beverages (ETH) and environmental reporting (KTH Stockholm).