Kamstrup is a world-leading supplier of intelligent energy and water metering solutions. Our solutions support utilities and are also applied in properties with individual metering. For 70 years, we have delivered reliable, cost-effective ways to measure and manage energy and water consumption worldwide.
Our technological leadership coupled with deep customer insight and understanding is our foundation for creating long-term value for our customers. We offer flexible end-to-end solutions that meet the unique demands of each customer today but also support their growth for tomorrow. This means providing them with tools and data that enable them to make more certain, smarter business decisions and inspire the communities they serve. As the industry’s preferred partner, we are committed to continue leading the way towards a more responsible and sustainable energy and water supply that can meet the world’s growing demand. That is why, every day, we challenge ourselves to discover, design and deliver the most innovative energy and water metering solutions in the world. Our solutions include consumption meters, smart metering systems, hosting and services, analytics and smart grid applications.
All products are produced with the highest certifications for environmental safety and quality in our automated production facilities in Denmark.
Mid-South Synergy in Montgomery, TX, operates a water service area with more than 5,000 metering points. The utility was looking for a solution that would give them a detailed overview of their distribution network with realtime information and smart alarms, which would help save resources.
Remotely read meters, frequent data and targeted analytics have enabled Assens District Heating to lower the network temperature by 6-8 degrees Celsius. So far, the utility has reduced its annual heat production by 2.5 per cent and pipeline losses by 12 per cent.
Following a successful pilot, one of the biggest smart metering projects in Scandinavia has entered the mass roll-out phase. Months of planning has gone into ensuring that the installation of up to 2,000 meters every day will go smoothly.
One of the world’s leading suppliers of intelligent metering solutions, Danish Kamstrup, is supplying intelligent water meters in Chile that are going to improve the efficiency of one of the country’s largest water utilities, Essbio. Having accurate metering capabilities ensures that all supplied water will be precisely measured. Exact knowledge about water consumption is one of the most important steps in the fight against water loss.
In the coming two years an EUDP demonstration project will follow the roll-out of smart meters to private consumers in a suburb of Aarhus and public buildings in Randers. The project will shed new light on how the visualization of heat and electricity consumption can affect behaviour at end-user level. Denmark is moving towards a […]
As a supplier of drinking water, everything counts in providing the full picture when adding up duties and the economy. The new intelligent water meter MULTICAL 21 does not only measure the water consumption. It also improves the economy, facilitates the administration and prevents leakages from evolving. The advantages of the MULTICAL 21 water meter […]
This Sino-Danish project deals with research, development and demonstration of a full-scale microgrid. The work will be carried out by two highly rated Universities, Aalborg University (Denmark) and Tsinghua University (China), in cooperation with Kamstrup, leader of smartmeters and smargrid ready components in Denmark and the company Shanghai Solar Energy Science & Technology Co. Ltd, […]
There are numerous companies located along the River Gudenå in Jutland with core competencies within climate, water technology, and environmental technology. Many are leaders of their field in Denmark and several of them also have a recognised international profile. With water as their focal point, the companies cover a wide range of competencies in: Energy […]
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.
In the capital region of Denmark, they listen carefully to their water distribution networks. The country’s two largest water suppliers, HOFOR (Greater Copenhagen Utility) and Novafos, have transformed parts of their water distribution networks around Copenhagen into full-scale demonstration areas with state-of-the-art technology
District Energy holds a vast potential for energy efficiency in urban areas. This White Paper highlights the key elements for success in district heating and cooling. It covers aspects from regulation and planning, efficient production of thermal energy, to storage, distribution and end user solutions.
Good water management can make cities healthier places to live, resilient towards climate change and more sustainable overall. Without proper sanitation, sewerage and clean water supply, there is no liveable city. This white paper features lessons learned from different Danish stakeholders within urban water management. It is meant to serve as a tool for inspiration for creating innovative water solutions, which contribute to smarter and more liveable cities.
Energy is an important driver when ensuring a green transition – both in society, but also in the industries and production facilities across the globe. As the world’s resources are becoming increasingly scarce, companies must learn how to produce more from less – not only to limit their environmental footprint and decarbonise, but also to leverage the competitive advantages of improved production efficiency.
25-50% of all distributed water globally is lost or never invoiced due to illegal connections, inaccurate billing systems, inaccurate metering, leakages, deteriorating infrastructure and wrong water pressure management etc. – or in short Non-Revenue Water (NRW). This white paper examines how water utilities can improve efficiency and meet future demand for water by reducing Non-Revenue Water.