The British Embassy in The Hague represents the UK Government in the Netherlands. Ambassador Joanna Roper CMG leads a team who manage relations between the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. The embassy’s work includes supporting and developing British-Dutch cooperation in fields such as science and innovation, trade and investment, and the development of reliable and sustainable energy sources for the UK and the Netherlands.
The Department for International Trade (DIT) provides trade and investment services and practical support. We encourage economic growth and a green industrial revolution across all parts of the UK through attracting and retaining inward investment. Likewise, we support UK business to take full advantage of trade opportunities, facilitating UK exports.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is responsible for UK policy on business, industrial strategy, science and innovation and energy and climate change. BEIS’ Hydrogen and Industrial Carbon Capture Directorate covers low carbon hydrogen and carbon capture technologies – a rapidly growing area of UK energy policy. These technologies will play a vital role in meeting our legally binding commitment to achieving net zero by 2050, helping to decarbonise vital UK industrial sectors and enabling us to ensure the long term competitiveness of the UK’s industrial heartlands.
UK Export Finance is the UK’s export credit agency. UKEF supports UK exporters, international project sponsors and buyers of UK goods and services, working closely with private sector partners, including banks, to offer a range of innovative and flexible finance solutions.