It is our mission to promote green transition by making the latest green heating solutions into a profitable business for our clients.
We offer heat as a service, which is a new, simple and maintenance-free heating solution to private, business and municipalities in areas without district heating where current options today are limited. Best Green purchase, install and maintain a heat pump solution at the client who thereby avoid service and maintenance costs. Instead, clients simply pay for the heating they use as well as an annual service subscription.
With the heat as a service, Best Green provide companies, private consumers and municipalities a green alternative to fossile heating systems such as oil-fired boilers and gas furnace in areas without district heating.
Partnerships and development activities
Best Green is actively engaging in partnerships with leading universities, ministries and companies and is positioned as a leading actor within installation, optimization and maintenance of heating solutions in Denmark. We continuously strive to make heating solutions smarter and more intelligent for the benefit of our customers.
We are currently collaborating with The Danish Energy Agency, The Danish Green Investment Fund, VIA University College, REFA waste-management and energy company, and a number of municipalities in Denmark. Currently, we are looking to establish business partnerships in Germany.
A public school in Denmark needed to expand and rather than endure large upfront investments for a new heating system, the school decided to subscribe to an energy-efficient heating system delivered from Best Green. Offering heating as a product-as-a-service, the company purchases, installs and operates state-of-the-art heat pump systems and takes care of any ongoing […]
Many homeowners who live in the rural areas of Lolland Falster in Denmark don’t have access to district heating. Often, the homeowners resort to expensive oil-fired boilers, electricity heating or gas furnace, because of the lack of other heating alternatives. Partnership with local energy company In spring 2017, REFA Energi, a local energy company who […]
The Municipality of Horsens in Denmark has an ambition to reduce the omission of CO2. Many of the buildings of the municipality do not have access to district heating and is therefore dependent on natural gas. A part of the solution is heat as a service from Best Green. Today, Best Green delivers heat as […]
Globally, more natural resources are consumed than what is sustainable for our finite planet. According to the United Nations, the extraction and processing of natural resources are responsible for around half of all global CO2emissions and over 90 per cent of global biodiversity loss. It is evident that we have a shared challenge in decoupling growth in resource use from population and income growth. A transition to a circular economy will enable this.
When looking at the global climate challenges, the energy system is one of the biggest obstacles towards a carbon-free and net-zero future. The European Union has set ambitious objectives for an energy system, which integrates renewable energy and energy efficiency, as well as enabling a well-functioning energy market. These elements in combination can support a […]