More and more parties are increasingly in need of production, purchase and use of sustainable alternative energy sources such as hydrogen. This applies to both mobility and living working in the built environment. The same goes for for grid stability. Parallel to these developments, more and more government bodies are also benefiting from the facilitation of chain integration and the development of local hydrogen cycles. Hydrogen applications are still in their infancy and many parties are struggling with the long-term scalability and commercial feasibility of projects. In addition, green hydrogen is currently insufficiently available.

Why is hydrogen important for the energy transition?

If we want to slow down climate change, we need to decarbonise and thus move away from fossil, carbon-based fuels. Hydrogen can make an important contribution to the energy mix if we want to become fossil-free. We see this especially in the 1) heavy mobility, construction equipment 2) (thermal) process industry. In addition, H2 offers an opportunity to store energy for a longer period, which is important for the increasing energy demand and the demand for renewable energy sources that have increased significantly in recent years. For industrial processes and heavy transport the need exists for a sustainable alternative to gas. For electricity, there is growing demand for large-scale storage of renewable energy from wind and sun. Hydrogen, as a sustainable fuel and energy carrier, can offer a solution for this. However, implementing large-scale hydrogen applications is a complex challenge and requires a transition of our current energy system. A transition that the Dutch Boosting Group and Urban Mobility Systems want to boost with you.

What will the future energy system look like?

No more fossil fuels and no central energy system. Instead, the energy system will look different in the future according to Dutch Boosting Group and Urban Mobility Systems. We assume a decentralized central system in which energy is generated locally from renewable sources. Based on the user’s needs, the energy is stored by means of modular systems (in the form of, for example, hydrogen). It is then made available for various requirements (mobility, living, working).

What to expect from us?

You can contact us for a wide variety of topics of the energy transition. From mapping supply and demand, connecting different parties or guiding innovation processes to choosing the right technology at the desired scale level. From landscaping and public transport companies that want to convert current vehicles, zero-emission vehicles to governments looking for opportunities to accelerate the energy transition. Together we can fulfill your plans. Do you already have concrete ideas but are you in the realization phase? Are you still looking for how to shape
give to your vision and ambitions? Are you interested in the generation, purchase or storage of sustainable energy and do you want to explore the use of hydrogen in it? Find out how we can work together.

A strong combination

Urban Mobility Systems’ strength lies in the development of zero-emission solutions, autonomous vehicles and storage systems. Examples include: full electric, hydrogen and hybrid trucks, buses, light commercial and construction equipment such as cranes. Dutch Boosting Group is an authority in the field of systems thinking – in unraveling complexity and managing complex projects. Our collaboration is based on complementarity, shared experience of bottlenecks in the energy transition and a shared vision of our future energy system.

Tell us your ambition

Do you also want to boost energy transition? Please contact one of our experts in the field of hydrogen and energy transition using the information below and schedule a no-obligation appointment to discover what we can do for you. Together we can realize your ambitions and give a boost to the energy transition.



Joost Verheijen
+31 (0)6 152 590 69

Dina El Filali
+31 (0)6 21 94 19 82