Article | Rotterdam, 27 October 2022

Growing fast, in electricity too

At FinCo, we are good in grasping that complexity and making legislation easier to understand for our organisation and for our customers. What does it mean when we add a new energy carrier, such as electricity, to our product portfolio? Which regulations does it have to comply with, how can we sell it and to whom?

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Before, FinCo and an electricity company had nothing to do with each other; now we work together in the mobility sector.

If you look at the added value that FinCo can offer in electricity, you will quickly come across HBEs. You can also create this with electric transport, except it is very difficult and certainly not yet possible for private individuals. The first strategic step that FinCo has taken is entering into a partnership with EQUANS, international market leader in technical services, to further stimulate e-mobility in The Netherlands. Because of this partnership we now offer integrated charging and green energy solutions to our customers in the on- and offroad sectors. Off course we are looking at what else we can do with our knowledge and our broad network. For us, electricity is a new business, which we know is going to be big; we have to respond to that.


Our Business Manager Bio Harmen Huiskens explains: “Making information manageable and thinking about the long-term strategy – that’s what I like most about my work. If you look at electricity you suddenly see all kinds of links. We now work together with an electricity service company in the mobility sector, both providing our own knowledge and expertise. It is an evident connection with opportunities to expand our own knowledge and expertise. And that’s exactly what FinCo does.”  


Curious how are Business Manager Bio makes complex information manageable? Read his story.


Time profit

Rotterdam, 23 February 2023

There are several reasons why methanol is interesting for FinCo and the markets we serve. First off: methanol is a liquid. This means that it fits perfectly into our existing logistics system. Secondly, you can make methanol from almost any residue stream you can think of, so the feedstocks are always available. In addition, methanol’s production process is relatively simple and requires relatively little energy. And because you make it from sustainable feedstocks, the product has a very low carbon footprint, with savings up to 80 to high in the 90s percent. So when we’re talking about methanol, we’re always talking about bio-methanol.


Reaching our ESG sustainability goals – FinCo has been awarded with the silver medal by EcoVadis

FinCo has been awarded with the silver medal by EcoVadis
Rotterdam, 9 May 2022

At FinCo Fuel Group, we always challenge ourselves to provide the most sufficient sustainable solutions. After all, we want to service our customers during their CO2 journey to decarbonisation. At the same time, we also look for ways to improve internally. What can we do to contribute to a better, more sustainable world?


An era of possibilities

Rotterdam, 21 July 2022

In the next few years, we must do everything in our power to reduce CO2 emissions worldwide. We want to be a symbol for the transition that alle energy companies must go through. The course has changed and our sustainable product portfolio is transforming rapidly. We have the people, the resources and the innovate power to make a difference and contribute to a more sustainable world. But we can’t do this alone.


A pioneering role with HVO

Rotterdam, 1 September 2022

To reduce CO2 emissions worldwide we are accelerating the use of sustainable energy carriers and phasing out fossil fuels. One the of the greatest fuels we use to reduce CO2 is HVO, a synthetic diesel, which is produced from the residue streams of the food industry or industrial processes. It is also a very sustainable fuel: it reduces CO2 emissions up to 89 percent and ensures clean combustion, both on land and water.