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Monday 17 Oct 2016 / Gerelateerde tags: Innovation 

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At the beginning of the 20th century, the Petroleum Zuid (Petroleum South) site in Antwerp (Belgium) was home to one of the most important petroleum ports in the world, sprecifically for refining fossil fuels.

Today this waterside brownfield has been renamed as the Blue Gate Antwerp, is developed into a water-linked eco-effective industrial park with cluster quay for in- and outbound inland goods flows, plus a zone for smart logistics and city-regional distribution.

The City of Antwerp and the Flemish Region want to attract innovative businesses – both domestic and international - to the site to develop renewable sources of energy.

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