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Denmark - Becoming the State of Green

Sustainable economic growth and security of energy and water supply are among the greatest global challenges today. As the first country in the world, Denmark has decided to lead the transition and become a green and resource efficient economy entirely independent of fossil fuels by 2050.

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News 2015.04.27

Copenhagen no. 2 in Europe for Air Quality

90% of Europeans living in cities today are still breathing unhealthy air. Copenhageners, however, can take a deep breath of fresh spring air without fearing for their health..Copenhagen takes the second place, scoring 87% of the maximum number of points,...

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White Paper: Energy efficiency in a competitive industry

Benefitting from realising the “first fuel” – energy efficiency. Energy efficiency is becoming increasingly obvious as a way to reduce production cost in industry. Improvements in energy efficiency minimise the consequences of high energy costs and increase competitiveness while at...

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Future Water: Setting new standards for drinking water supply

Innovative collaboration in the Danish water industry develops holistic solutions for sustainable and efficient water supply – tailor-made for export and use in water utilities worldwide....

News 2015.04.24

The world’s first T-Pylons installed in the UK

Across the world, power lines are facing renovation. At the same time, the transition from fossil fuels to renewables requires a massive expansion of the global transmission system. National Grid has now installed the first T-Pylons in Eakring, United Kingdom..The...

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Our transition – public participation towards a low carbon economy

Co-create, co-develop, co-inspire - how do we cope with the present and future environmental and climate related challenges? A transition towards a more sustainable society needs legitimacy from both top and bottom of society. Climate change emanates from a number...

News 2015.04.23

Biogas in Denmark

The gas transmission network can be used for transporting renewable energy in the form of upgraded biogas - so-caled bio natural gas..In order for biogas to be injected into the transmission network, it must be of a quality similar to...

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Denmark – a world leading lab for green technologies

In the transition to a green and more energy and resource efficient society it is of vital importance that a transformation of the energy sector goes hand in hand with a focused effort within research, test and demonstration in order...

News 2015.04.22

21 million m3 Green Gas into Natural Gas Grid

On 22 April 2015, Denmark’s largest biogas plant construction, Sønderjysk Biogas, was kicked off. The development of the plant is a result of a joint venture between E.On Denmark and the suppliers association SBI A/S, which together have invested DKK...

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Visit Denmark on a State of Green Tour

Experience Danish solutions in the fields of energy, climate adaptation, water and environment. State of Green offers to create a tailor-made programme of site visits and business meetings with leading Danish companies, institutions and public authorities.


House of Green

House of Green is an interactive showroom and visitors' center located at the newly renovated Industriens Hus in the heart of Copenhagen. House of Green uses a combination of guided storytelling and self-exploration to showcase Danish integrated solutions and scenarios across the landscape of energy, water, climate, resources and the environment.


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