The press release can be found here and here

Physicist, former politician and writer Jan Terlouw himself presented the prize to a proud Karin Didderen.
According to the jury, BESE-elements stood out because of the level of detail in which the ideas of BESE-products have been developed and their relatively simple application to restore ecosystems; nature-friendly and extremely effective.

BESE-products also wins a 10.000 euro check with this award. The aim of the prize is to stimulate innovations and new activities in the field of energy transition and circular economy in the Eastern Netherlands.



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