Talent for the workplace of the future

If one thing became clear during the New Energy Forum, it is that the energy transition and everything around it is becoming mainstream. So much so that it is difficult for companies in this field to find sufficient staff. It's no news that the installation industry can barely handle the work. What about companies in the mobility transition?

“Every Dutch person who is yet to be born, will only be allowed to drive on a race track.”

Auke Hoekstra is an optimist. In his Hive Talk at the New Energy Forum, which focused on Breaking Barriers, he stated that the first major barrier in the mobility transition has already been removed.

Five questions for… Gertjan Veldkamp (BAM Infra)

Every month we ask one of our partners 5 questions. Read below what they do, how important mobility and innovation is to them and how they see the future of mobility. This time we asked Gertjan Veldkamp, Regional Director at BAM Infra Nederland, 5 questions.

Breaking Barriers: Drone Delivery Services BV purchases Europe’s first hydrogen drone for medical transport

From a contribution by National Program Groningen (NPG), a hydrogen drone was purchased by Drone Delivery Services (DDS) in collaboration with Hive.Mobility and the Province of Groningen, at HyFly.

Second edition of New Energy Forum was sunny and successful

The second edition of New Energy Forum on Thursday 23 June was successful. New Energy Forum is the event for the (upcoming) mobility and energy professional, with this year's theme 'Breaking Barriers'. Approximately 1000 visitors were challenged and inspired with the latest developments in the energy transition and sustainable mobility innovations.

Five questions for… Jos Arts (University of Groningen)

We asked 5 questions to prof. dr. Jos Arts, professor Environmental and Infrastructure Planning at the Faculty of Spatial Sciences of the University of Groningen (UG) and since recently member of the Hive.Mobility Board.

Groningen delegation to Sweden and Finland in the context of innovation

A delegation from the province, municipality of Groningen, knowledge institutions and companies traveled to Sweden on 15 May for a so-called innovation mission, after which Finland was also visited. The purpose of the trip to both countries is to share knowledge, gain inspiration and explore cooperation on the themes of energy, sustainable mobility, education and innovation. The journey lasted until May 21.

New learning community in the field of smart and sustainable aviation

The developments within the transition to sustainable and smart aviation follow each other up rapidly. In order to share and safeguard issues, knowledge and experience from practice and education, Groningen Airport Eelde (GAE) and Hive.Mobility, in collaboration with Noorderpoort and MBO College Airport, have taken the initiative to set up the learning community HIVE LAB - GAE.

Five questions for… Stefan Marges, European Hyperloop Center, and Ilse Mensink, Hive.Mobility

The European Hyperloop Center is located in the Northern Netherlands. All technological hyperloop concepts will soon be able to be tested and demonstrated in this test facility. What is the current status of the realization of the European Hyperloop Center and how is the cooperation with the region progressing? Time for a short interview with …