Publications in English

ENI (Emissionfree Network Infrastructure) is a foundation with 45+ members from the whole value chain of emission free heavy duty machinery. About half of our members are construction companies in the infrastructure sector, the other half consists of a.o. machinery dealers, converting companies, rental agencies, battery and genset producers.

We cooperate pre-competitively to speed up the development and availability of >20 tons Zeroemission (ZE) off-highway machinery and power production units. So far, we estimate a few hundred units to be used in the Netherlands, covering earth movement, foundation, asphalt and transportation. 

We cooperate with a wider range of stakeholder like the government, grid operators, public procurement organisations and industry associations. The Netherlands have a higher urgency to go ZE than other countries and we therefore see a substantial head start in such developments for Dutch organisations. 

Since dec 2022, we publish our work online in order to support development of safe and effective equipment even outside our member companies because the Dutch situation requires more openness and cooperation then traditionally possible in a market economy. Knowledge sharing is part of our core values and a requirement to companies that want to join ENI.  

Please find below some of our publications we have translated into English to increase our reach internationally now that other markets gain traction in this transition as well. 

Recommendation for working agreements and Standards regarding the Connectivity of installations at an Emission- free Building site (known as SCEB)


In a unique ecosystem of front-runners, ENI (Emission-free Network Infra) is working on the development of emission-free building sites. Members include contractors, suppliers, energy companies, lessors and machine manufacturers.

A building site is a location where many parties converge. Construction combinations, suppliers and subcontractors need to jointly execute work in varying line-ups. The use of someone else’s building site infrastructure is a day-to-day occurrence. Components of the energy system at a building site therefore need to be rendered uniform in order to be able to guarantee safety and flexibility in the longer term. ENI is therefore working at standardisation and exchangeability in the field of energy installations.

There are currently many new technical innovations available in terms of energy supply and management at building sites. Think in terms of battery containers, solar and wind powered energy, generators running on alternative sources of energy such as hydrogen, registration apps and of course electrical building site machinery. However, there are as yet no statutory standards to guarantee that installations from various suppliers can be seamlessly combined in a wide range of combinations. This applies to the physical connections (cables and connectors) as well as to data flows and working agreements.

ENI has therefore formulated a list of recommendations for standards regarding connectivity at the emission-free building site. As there is still limited practical experience with complex building site installations, the following advice may be subject to change. Future updates of this document will include any new insights.

This initial list of recommended standards was formed by a round table of ENI participants who represent both systems suppliers and users: Greener, Dens, Smart Grid, Bredenoord, Genpower, Elaad, Equip, Heijmans, Dura Vermeer and GMB.

Download the recommendation here

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