VITO is a leading international research and service centre. It provides the knowledge and technological innovations that can facilitate the transition to a more sustainable society, working in the fields of energy, chemistry, materials, health technology and land use. The centre seeks to unites different parties in a sustainable value chain. By cooperation, expansion and development of expertise, it can make smarter use of existing sustainable solutions and develop new technologies. VITO makes this connection between research, government and market, between knowledge, policy and business in order to create impactful changes.
VITO provides innovative and high-quality solutions, whereby large and small companies can gain a competitive advantage and advises industry and governments on determining their policy for the future. The centre has 750 highly-qualified employees who work on international projects all around the world. VITO’s headquarters are located in Mol, Belgium, and the company has a subsidiary in China. The total turnover of VITO amounted to about €174 million in 2016.
Its research agenda aims to tackle the major societal challenges we are facing today, such as climate change, food security, resource scarcity, sustainable energy and ageing populations.
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