Aalborg CSP is a leading developer and supplier of innovative renewable technologies aiming to change the way energy is produced today. Relying on extensive experience from some of the most efficient concentrated solar power (CSP) projects around the world, the company designs and delivers green technologies and integrated energy systems to lower cost of energy for industries and power plants worldwide.
Aalborg CSP places strong focus on R&D activities and partners with knowledge-based companies and institutions to create leading-edge technologies. As a result, the Aalborg CSP engineering design is centred on a value-adding concept providing solutions that excel in operation, increase plant revenue and contribute to a greener future.
Headquartered in Aalborg (Denmark) and with sales & service offices in Spain, the US, Kenya, Uganda, Australia and Indonesia, Aalborg CSP has realised cost effective green energy solutions for a variety of industries worldwide.
Danish renewable energy specialist, Aalborg CSP, is among the top four finalists competing for the prestigious Clean Energy Council’s Innovation Award 2018. The company has been shortlisted for the development of Australia’s first concentrated solar power (CSP) facility that supports desert-farming operations. This ground-breaking plant in Port Augusta demonstrates an outstanding example of successful deployment of clean energy technologies in Australia.
Danish renewable energy specialist, Aalborg CSP A/S has today (30 June) in collaboration with the client, Smørum Kraftvarme A.m.b.A. inaugurated a brand new 11,312m2 solar district facility in Smørum, the capital area of Denmark. The plant, which has during test productions outshined expectations, is the fifth solar-thermal system that the company has built in the country so far, thereby contributing to Denmark’s ambitious targets to become fossil fuel free by 2050.
Organized by The Trade Council’s District Energy Advisory (DDEA) and DBDH, five North American universities have been on a “Campus Energy Accelerator Academy” in Denmark to learn about Danish district energy.
In order to meet the growing demand for cleaner and cheaper energy solutions, Aalborg CSP A/S have further optimized its concentrated solar power (CSP) technology and achieved significant cost-reduction as a result. With a new standardized lightweight structure, improved performance and up to 60% local sourcing opportunities, the 4th generation CSP parabolic trough technology, also called the AAL-TroughTM 4.0, enables solar heat worldwide to be an economically strong alternative to fossil fuels.
The vision to set new standards for cost-competitive renewable heat and power production became a reality today with the official opening of a revolutionary green energy facility in Denmark. Inaugurated by the Danish Minister of Energy, Utilities and Climate, Mr. Lars Christian Lilleholt, the 45 million EUR investment is now ready to produce both sustainable power and heat with the help of an advanced solar energy system from Danish renewable energy specialist, Aalborg CSP A/S.
With Dubai’s clear ambition of becoming the most sustainable city in the world by 2050, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) paves the way for leadership in sustainable living. To learn from markets with world-class sustainability activities, a delegation of leading Danish companies are currently visiting the country where Aalborg CSP’s solar expertise is set to present a proven solution to the UAE’s water, food and energy security needs.
As part of a business delegation consisting of high-level executives from leading Danish companies, the CEO of Aalborg CSP, Svante Bundgaard, accompanies Danish Prime Minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen on official visit to Indonesia from 27-29 November 2017.
Aalborg CSP A/S has been awarded a contract to supply the steam generation system for the 50MW Shenzen Jinfan concentrated solar power (CSP) plant which is among the first 20 demonstration plants that China intends to build by the end of 2018. The facility is a flagship project with its exceptionally long 15-hours energy storage capability and a good example of how European design combined with local manufacturing can secure on-demand and cost-competitive renewable power generation in China.