The Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) is the voice of corporate Denmark. On the behalf of 10,000 member companies, DI works to ensure synergy between society’s goals concerning business competitiveness, a clean environment and energy security. Jointly, these goals create the foundation for long-term and sustainable growth – green growth.
For decades, Denmark has been dedicated to creating new ways of reducing energy consumption, CO2 emissions and other kinds of emission. DI unites the most innovative green-tech companies in Denmark. Within their portfolio, you can find solutions for energy efficiency, smart grid, renewable energy, waste and resource management, clean air, water and sustainable cities.
Danish energy solutions are among the world’s most competitive solutions because they are sustainable, durable, reliable and cost-efficient. DI works to facilitate communication and build relations between Danish companies and the rest of the world.
DI’s activities includes policy advocacy on local, national and international levels, where DI works to influence the green agenda in Denmark, Europe and globally, and to secure the best possible framework and create opportunities for Danish and international cleantech companies.
Please find your area of interest among the different branches and sectors of DI. They include:
It would benefit public health, the economy and traffic flow if more Danes chose their bikes instead of the car, shows a new analysis carried out for the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI). Director at DI notes that more cyclists would also be beneficial to commercial mobility.
Due to rapid climate changes, extreme population increase and severe carbon emissions, cities across the world are trying to find sustainable solutions for how to cope with such issues. The City of Copenhagen and City of Aarhus, who are the front-runners of sustainable city solutions, have solved the riddle by showing how people-oriented city planning can lower carbon emission, prevent uncontrolled flooding and turn polluted seashores into green residential areas.
In the city of Rothes in Speyside, in Scotland, a combined heat and power plant delivers power equivalent to the energy consumption of 9,000 households by utilising 115,000 tonnes mask from local whisky distilleries. The Danish company Aalborg Energie Technik has delivered the turnkey plant. The company is one of many Danish companies providing the world with bioenergy.
The Danish Baisikeli bicycle shop is the result of the work of two cousins to improve life for some of the world’s poorest people. The business started by sending second-hand bicycles from Denmark to Mozambique, and now the cousins want to set up independent bicycle shops in Africa.
The Confederation of Danish Industry and the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs hosted a Danish delegation focused on the water sector. Danish companies discussed how to plan and execute the expansion of the Indian water sector. Furthermore, discussions of how to manage the next following year’s massive investments were held as well.
Energy is an important driver of industrial productivity growth. For a long time Europe has known that energy efficiency is the most cost-effective way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This White Paper covers insights into Denmark’s experience with energy efficiency across a wide range of industrial sectors through state-of-the-art case examples.
Buildings account for up to 40% of society’s energy demand and thereby play a key role in the green transition. This White Paper can be used as a tool for inspiration to spot the potential or implement building automation and energy-efficient measures in new and existing buildings globally.
This white paper takes you through all the elements of the success story of wind energy in Denmark. From the starting point and what we now consider small-scale wind turbines to the projects and technologies that push the bar and the ambitions for wind energy as a source of renewable energy. We hope you will be inspired.