Through its independent research and consultancy work CE Delft is helping build a sustainable world.
In the fields of transport, energy and resources our expertise is leading-edge.
With our wealth of know-how on economics, technology and policy issues we support government agencies, NGOs and industries in pursuit of structural change.
For 40 years now, the skills and enthusiasm of CE Delft’s staff have been devoted to achieving this mission.
With the research and consultancy it offers, CE Delft aims to furnish its clients with a better and broader understanding of environmental issues and the wider issue of sustainable development. In doing so, we combine technological and economic expertise with insight gained through years of experience with both the commercial and political process, and more broadly with processes of change. We take on commissions from clients with widely diverging interests, from major industries to environmental organisations. We deliver fundamental, long-term solutions as well as customised advice for implementation right now.
Our specialist consultants advise executives in industry, government and NGOs on strategic policy issues, combining a thorough understanding of processes of change with specialist know-how on the specific business of those they are working for.
We cherish our staff and their creativity, our independence and in-depth analysis, the network we maintain and our open and informal working atmosphere, all of which constitute key elements of our business relations. We're proud of our specialist know-how and the consultancy skills we use to tackle environmental issues head on. The skills and specialist knowledge we have at our disposal run from economics to environmental science, from engineering to sociology and through to the art of consultancy. Although our main focus is on the more persistent, long-term environmental problems, this in no way implies a blind spot for issues like local environmental quality, if that is a pre-condition for the changes required. And if we find ourselves lacking appropriate expertise, we seek collaboration with like-minded professionals at other agencies, universities or institutes.