• Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

With 55 years of experience in the construction of underground infrastructure, A.Hak contributes to a more sustainable energy supply on a daily basis. District heating plays an important role in this. In order to provide companies and homes with heating and hot water by using the residual heat of industry and waste incineration, we install heat transport pipelines and distribution networks for our customers.

Our experience in this area can rightly be called impressive. A.Hak carried out district heating projects since the 70s and 80s of the twentieth century. The construction of steam and condensate pipes that provide industrial areas with renewable energy has also been our expertise for many years.

Electricity generated by sustainable sources, such as wind and sun, increasingly takes the place of energy from fossil sources. A.Hak specializes in the construction of underground high-voltage cables that bring that sustainable energy to its destination.

  • news

    Congratulations on a safe and sustainable landfall Congratulations on a safe and sustainable landfall

    Congratulations on a safe and sustainable landfall

    A.Hak completed a 1,100 meter long 56” Direct Pipe landfall drilling at the Israeli coast. Without safety issues, on schedule and with a satisfied client.

  • news

    Royal visit for Team Humber Royal visit for Team Humber

    Royal visit for Team Humber

    This week, Princess Anne visited the River Humber Gas Pipeline Replacement Project. With her visit she gave royal approval to this complex project that is of great importance to her country.

  • projects

    North-South Route North-South Route

    North-South Route

    For the realization of the North-South Route, a major expansion of Gasunie's gas transport network in the Netherlands, we constructed many kilometers of natural gas pipelines and worked on several compressor stations.

  • projects

    Heat transfer pipeline under water Heat transfer pipeline under water

    Heat transfer pipeline under water

    Several A-Hak companies have contributed to the realization of a double heat transport pipeline. The pipeline makes it possible to use waste heat from two plants in the heating of a residential area.