Copenhagen Capacity is the official inward investment agency of Greater Copenhagen. Our mission is to promote the region internationally with the aim of attracting and maintaining foreign companies. The services include business information, access to an extensive network of expert consultants, lawyers, public authorities and businesses.
We act as business facilitators between companies, research institutes, and other public and private organizations in the Danish clusters for international companies and investors.
The services are open to all foreign-owned companies and are free of charge.
Frederiksberg District Heating is owned by the Municipality of Frederiksberg with 93,000 inhabitants, in the centre of the Metropol of Copenhagen. It is operated by Frederiksberg Forsyning, which also operates water, gas and waste water. Frederiksberg District Heating is the oldest district heating system in Denmark founded in 1903. It distributes heat to 97% of […]
1 million consumers benefit from smart energy solution in Greater Copenhagen. 95% of all heat is generated by CHP plants fuelled by waste and biomass. Only 5% from boilers. The system is now in a transition towards smart integration of wind energy via large heat pumps and electric boilers, and CHP plants with storages, which can respond on electricity prices .
CTR is jointly owned by the Municipalities of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Gentofte, Gladsaxe and Tårnby and is responsible for the optimal heat production and transmission of heat to the associated distribution networks in the 5 municipalities. In association with VEKS, Copenhagen Energy and Vestforbrænding CTR operate the Heat Integrated Heat Transmission System in Greater Copenhagen. The […]
The Climate Summit for Mayors took place at the City Hall and included a number of other events in the city. There were 350 delegates from cities all over the world. The Carbon Foot Print prepared by Ramboll, includes the significant activities due to the event that was held during the COP15: Consumption of electricity during the […]
The Hopenhagen Live activitities in 2009 during the COP15 took place at the City Square of Copenhagen – a city in the city with green and sustainable solutions. The Carbon Foot Print project prepared by Ramboll quantified the emissions of greenhouse gasses (GHG) from the event including: Consumption of electricity during the arrangements, including lighting, sound, blowers, […]
Located on the coast just south of Copenhagen, Unit 2 of Avedøre Power Station uses natural gas, oil, straw and wood pellets for simultaneous generation of heat and electricity. The plant is one of the most efficient in the world, as it exploits up to 94 percent of the energy in the fuels and has […]
Disposal of sludge from wastewater treatment plants is an environmental problem, however there are solutions. In Copenhagen, a new sludge incineration plant has been put into operation in 2011 at the plant Lynetten owned by BIOFOS, jointly owned by 8 municipalities in the central part of the Copenhagen region. As part of the new project, […]
The City Councils of the municipalities, who own the waste-to-energy plant Amagereforbrænding in Copenhagen has decided to establish a new waste-to-energy facility “Amager Bakke” (“Amager hill”) in Copenhagen. Amager Bakke will be a world-class flagship facility from an environmental, energy efficiency and architectural point of view. Amager Bakke will replace Amagerforbrænding’s existing facility, which for more than 40 […]