To give you an insight into the newest projects and cases from companies, organisations and institutions in the Danish green sector; we give you this month’s overview of five highlighted news from our profiles.
This month’s news stories cover a wide range of different sectors in Denmark with the DTU Wind Energy announcing the opening of their new Østerild vistor centre on wind turbine testing, Xergi’s plans for their future biogas plant supplying Danish dairy company Arla Foods with green energy for the production of milk powder and DESMI’s participation in IMO Oil Pollution Preparedness and Response (OPRC) training courses in order to prepare for potential oil spills.
You can also read about a Japanese delegation’s visit to Energy City Frederikshavn, which focused on e.g. heat pumps and wave energy, and lastly, you can read about a new study from Damvad Analytics which points to Danish industrial companies as more energy efficient than their foreign counterparts.
If you are interested in learning more about these Danish green solutions, feel free to explore each of the companies’ profiles; DTU Wind Energy, Xergi, DESMI , Energy City Frederikshavn and Invest in Denmark.
Highlighted news in July
DTU Wind Energy: Opening of the New Visitor Centre in Østerild on September 9th
Energy City Frederikshavn: Japanese delegation Visits Energy City Frederikshavn
Invest in Denmark: Denmark Makes Energy Efficiency a Competitive Advantage