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.
The news stories from November cover a wide range of different sectors in Denmark with DTU Wind Energy testing a innovative blade tip for wind turbines which can increase the existing rotor size, producing up to 8% more energy per year, Ramboll advising Denmark’s third largest district heating company to recover surplus heat on a greater scale than ever before in the world, and how Aalborg CSP A/S has been awarded a contract to supply the steam generation system for a Chinese flagship project witin energy storage capability.
The November issue also covers the story of how Energy City Frederikshavn welcomed 15 government officers from the Chinese Ministry of Energy to share their knowhow on how to become a city driven on 100% renewable energy. Finally you get to read about how Arcon-Sunmark has initiated the construction of the first large-scale solar heating installation in Vietnam, which will supply industrial process heat to a factory situated south of Ho Chi minh City.
If you are interested in learning more about these Danish green solutions, feel free to explore each of the companies’ profiles; DTU Wind Energy, Ramboll, Aalborg CSP, Energy City Frederikshavn and Arcon-Sunmark.
Highlighted news in November
Energy City Frederikshavn: Delegation From The Chinese Ministry of Energy Visits Energy City Frederikshavn