Danfoss is in the process of establishing a huge solar cell park close to headquarters in Nordborg, Denmark.
The facility will be capable of producing power equal to the annual consumption of 400 single-family houses, and has a total capacity of 2.1 MW. It is set to be operational before the turn of the year.
The establishment of the solar cell park in Nordborg is part of Danfoss’ target to reduce its CO2 emissions by 25 % and to increase the use of renewable energy by 25 % by 2025. As Danfoss helps others save energy and reduce CO2 emissions, the company is also working to reduce its own carbon footprint.
The system in Nordborg will be made up of 9,300 solar panels to be connected to 130 Danfoss inverters. The inverters convert the direct current generated by the solar panels into alternating current, which can then be transferred to the power network. The solar panels will cover 30,000 square meters, which corresponds to between five and six soccer pitches. The field next to headquarters is currently being cleared and prepared for the installation of the system.
Danfoss is a global leader focused on energy-efficient solutions that save energy and costs, and reduce carbon emissions. The company’s wide range of products and services are used in areas such as cooling food, air conditioning, heating buildings, controlling electric motors and powering mobile machinery.
The company is also active in the field of solar and wind power as well as district heating and cooling infrastructure for cities and urban communities.
Danfoss was founded in 1933 in Nordborg, Denmark. Today, the Group employs around 23,000 employees and sells its products in more than 100 countries around the world.
Read more about Danfoss at www.danfoss.com