Reducing production costs through energy efficiency
For energy intensive industries such as steel, chemical, paper, pharmaceutical, cement and construction materials, energy costs constitute 15-40 percent of total production costs. These production costs can be reduced by implementing energy efficiency technologies, which provide a production with the same output with a lower energy input. For companies, this leads to increased competitiveness and reduced CO₂ emissions, while addressing security of supply. In Denmark, many companies have optimised their industrial processes, facilities and equipment, resulting in substantial reductions in their consumption of energy, water and packaging.
We invite you to explore solutions related to energy efficiency in industries in more depth below, find potential partners, catch up on the latest related news and discover real-life case examples of how energy efficiency in industries can help solve your energy challenges.
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Through seven years of research, the project CITIES has shown how digital solutions based on data-driven methods make energy systems talk with each other. It saves money and CO2. Here are five significant key findings from the research.
The Danish government will increase its energy saving efforts with new ambitious energy saving targets by 2030. The government will reduce its energy consumption by a further 42,480 MWh in buildings owned and used by state administration. In other buildings used by state institutions, energy consumption must be reduced by 10 per cent within the next 10 years.
The purpose of the course is to give participants a thorough insight to the various aspects of the District Heating business. The course offer curated, impartial, compressed high-quality content delivered by 7 international specialists with many years of experience. The course offers two live webinars, 45 video lessons (650 minutes), access to DH learning platform […]
Fritz Schur Energy has a track record with more than 30 years of designing and supplying reliable hydraulic solutions and components for the wind turbine industry, both on- and offshore. This is our foundation for offering you aftermarket solutions that meet your needs and demands. We offer: OEM Spare parts and supporting systems Full hydraulic […]
Sustainable steam for a Swedish laundry that cleans and delivers tonnes of textiles every day. In collaboration with Slagelse Rørservice, Linka Energy has installed a 3 MW biomass plant at Swedish laundry company Textilia’ plant in Långsele, Sweden. Textilia has a total of 8 laundries across Sweden. Textilia cleans and delivers over 100 tonnes of […]
Denmark and Ukraine have established a government-to-government cooperation which aims to ensure solutions for an independent and more sustainable energy sector in Ukraine. The Danish Energy Agency has supported the Ukrainian State Agency’s ambitions as regards energy efficiency and energy savings by designing a mechanism for industrial energy efficiency based on Danish experiences with Voluntary […]
In the spring of 2015 construction was started to expand the Milton District Hospital to keep pace with unprecedented population growth, increasing demand, and the need to diversify services. The goal was to create a space that would be inclusive and accessible, promote healing and wellbeing, while contributing to community and the environment.
Brewing a game-changer at Carlsberg Fredericia. Over the past 10 years, Carlsberg has been closely involved in developing and testing the HYDRACT valve, and since 2016 Carlsberg has implemented the HYDRACT valve at the company’s brewery in Fredericia, Denmark. The project first started out as an energy reducing project – powered by water hydraulics – […]
The Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade, MOIT, has launched an energy efficiency guide based on a Danish formula. The guide will help the country’s 63 provinces identify and harvest 5-7 per cent energy savings by 2025.
The Danish parliament agreed upon a revised climate action plan that will increase CO2 reductions by 1.4 million tonnes. Nine out of ten Danish political parties supported the action plan, which will include a green tax reform
Danish experiences can contribute to the green transition in Japan by utilising the country’s large wind resources. A strengthened cooperation between Denmark and Japan also includes large commercial opportunities for the Danish wind industry that can deliver the green solutions requested by the Japanese.
The Danish government set an ambitious goal of cutting CO2 emissions by 70 per cent by 2030. A new report outlines how this goal can be achieved with huge savings by investing in energy efficiency.
In the Danish region of Lolland, consumers and producers of electricity will soon be paid for turning the power up or down. The new experiment will solve the problem that local electricity grids have with the amount of renewable energy and can be a game changer for the rest of Europe, too.
Spica Technology offers a customised N50 Retrofit solution to extend the life span of ageing Nordex N50 800kW wind turbines. The N50 Retrofit solution is the Spica Retrofit Controller with Spica Control System integrated in a special designed nacelle panel fitted for the Nordex N50 nacelle.
Yesterday, the Danish Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities met the international press at State of Green in Copenhagen to discuss the green transition, climate ambitions and Denmark’s international role in mitigating the effects of climate change.
In this paper, you will meet the ten partners behind the Tours Network and find inspiration for site visits across energy efficiency, renewables, waste and resource management, clean air, water and climate adaptation.
If you are interested in visiting Denmark to explore these solutions and learn more about the concrete technologies, as well as connect with Danish stakeholders and share knowledge about green growth development, we encourage you to contact the Tours Network.
Energy is an important driver of industrial productivity growth. For a long time Europe has known that energy efficiency is the most cost-effective way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This White Paper covers insights into Denmark’s experience with energy efficiency across a wide range of industrial sectors through state-of-the-art case examples.
This toolkit is designed for practitioners, governmental experts and other energy experts, and policymakers who are interested in developing and improving appliance energy efficiency policies. Acknowledging that governments operate under constrained resources, the toolkit provides examples of policies that have been implemented successfully with minimal costs, and illustrates different choices policymakers may consider. Finally, it […]
The Danish Energy Model has shown that it is possible to sustain economic growth and a high standard of living while reducing fossil fuel dependency and mitigating climate change. This has been achieved through persistent and active energy policy with ambitious renewable energy goals. The foundation of the low-carbon transition is threefold: energy efficiency, renewable energy […]
Learn from Danish success stories by downloading the Energy Policy Toolkit on Energy Efficiency in Industries Industrial energy efficiency is a clear-cut strategic topic, yet still resides in the periphery of governmental energy strategies. A shift of mind is required, away from words such as ‘costs’ and ‘quick fixes’ and towards a vocabulary of long-term […]
Effective management of resources at the local scale will become an important economic factor for manufacturing companies. Researchers at Aarhus University are working to develop a conceptual framework for eco-industrial realization of policy goals within water, climate and nature policy sectors. The field of Industrial Ecology advances designoriented, inter-industry strategies for resource conservation, minimizing waste […]
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management, recently conducted an Energy Efficiency project in one of its global factories in Ringsted, Denmark. By measuring, monitoring and analysing the power supply it became obvious where to focus the effort to save energy. In Ringsted the use of power was reduced by 8 pct – equivalent […]
Schneider Electric provides energy management for the first zero emission polar station, Princess Elisabeth Antarctica. The extreme conditions in which the on-board technologies must operate demonstrate the quality and reliability of Schneider Electric products and solutions. Schneider Electric’s involvement in this project, designed, built and financed by the International Polar Foundation and its partners, demonstrates […]