Energy City Frederikshavn is a business development project concerning the restructure of energy supply in Frederikshavn Municipality to 100 percent renewable energy by 2030. Our purpose is to promote, facilitate and coordinate projects to create green growth and local jobs in the energy sector. On our way to implement the green transition, we create results in close cooperation with the citizens form the local area, and together we’re in the front line of creating a ’demonstratorium’ for testing sustainable climate and energy technologies in the scale 1:1.
A new partnership has seen the light of day. Energycity Frederikshavn enters a collaboration with the umbrella organization Green Hub Denmark to attract investments and create sustainable growth in Frederikshavn Municipality. The goal is more green jobs. Energycity Frederikshavn is looking forward to present companies, consumers and researchers with more opportunities, greater reach and better […]
The recipe for a municipal energy restructuring contains both will and knowledge. The next two days the results will present when participants from different EU countries meet to learn how Frederikshavn Municipality creates value in developing from black to green energy municipality Restructuring the European energy supply is urgent. Experts, politicians and consumers agree on […]
Frederikshavn Housing Association produces 500,000 kWh of electricity annually via solar cells. The remaining power needed to supply the association is purchased from the Danish supplier Eniig, which supplies green, environmentally friendly electricity. This contributes to an annual CO2 saving of 570 tonnes. The housing association has gathered – or bundled, as you call it […]
The world’s first custom-built recycling yard has been inaugurated at Frederikshavn Harbor. The yard is built by the American company Modern American Recycling Services and is to recover ships and offshore platforms. M.A.R.S is one of the world’s largest recycling companies. “I am pleased that the Danish Government and the Municipality of Frederikshavn support this […]
A new waste facility in Frederikshavn is preparing food waste to be recycled as biogas and fertilizer. The private owner Gemidan develops and supplies waste management facilities worldwide and has set up three plants in Denmark, one of which is the one in Frederikshavn. At one end of the wastefacility garbage trucks unload the collected […]
The aim towards a 100% renewable energy supply and optimum energy consumption by 2030 The Frederikshavn Municipality has prepared a strategy plan on renewable energy 2030. The strategy plan follows the Municipality action plan on the EU Covenant of Mayors agreement prepared in December 2012. The strategy plan is prepared to implement the energy policy of Frederikshavn Municipality for the entire Municipality as geographical boundary and aims […]