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The 310 MW Lake Turkana wind park, the largest in Vestas’ history by number of turbines, is a true testament to Vestas’ strong capabilities in emerging markets. The project adds 310 MW of clean, reliable electricity capacity to the Kenyan national grid and will generate more than 1,400 GWh of power per year. Based on […]
V150-4.2 MW™ at a glance With the V150-4.2 MW™ Vestas leads onshore wind power to new heights. With 73.7 meter long blades and the industry’s tallest steel tower, the V150-4.2 MW™ stretches nearly a quarter of a kilometer into the air and is one of the highest producing onshore low wind turbines in the industry. Combined with a […]
Reaching an industry milestone. Built on the track record and proven technology of the 9 MW Platform, the V164-10.0 MW™ is the world’s first double digit offshore wind turbine. Higher rated power…minimal design changes. The V164-9.5 MW™ is the world’s most powerful commercially available turbine, continuing the legacy of the proven V164-8.0MW®. With minimal design […]
Since 2014, Ramboll has provided consultancy services to Kwinana’s Waste-to-Energy Project, which reached Financial Close on 17 October 2018. Ramboll was instrumental in structuring the project, as well as negotiating the contract with Acciona Construction for designing and building the plant and negotiating the contract with Veolia Australia for operating the facility. Australia’s first large-scale […]
Denmark is one of the most energy efficient countries in the world. The widespread use of district heating systems and CHP supported by national energy policies since the 1970s has proved to be a successful way to improve the energy efficiency and tackle climate change and security of supply in Danish cities. These successful results […]
Hennig-Olsen Is (Hennig-Olsen ice cream) concerns about the environment. Thanks to the first Grundfos BioBooster solution in the country, the leading Norwegian ice cream producer can now meet the increased wastewater treatment requirements.
City-to-city partnerships have the potential to accelerate climate resilience and innovation. The New York City-Copenhagen (NYC-CPH) partnership is an example of such partnership. Background The partnership between New York and Copenhagen had its early beginnings in 2013 when a CPH delegation visited NYC to look for opportunities for knowledge exchange, partnering and a platform for […]
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) wants to address the higher frequency of heavy rainfalls through integration of traditional underground drainage infrastructure with above-ground, nature-based solutions into ongoing urban infrastructure planning.
Nordea’s new headquarters in Ørestad, close to the city of Copenhagen, consist of 47,000 m² with 2,500 office stations designed to the highest LEED standard – LEED Platinum standard with an energy usage of 41 kWh/m2 pr. year. It has 1.870 m² solar cells. Micro shades in the glass roof block 90 per cent of […]
Up to 16.5m3 of water flows through the Abu Hamour drainage tunnel every second, meaning it could drain an Olympic swimming pool in around two and a half minutes. The project involves the design and construction of a storm water tunnel and access shafts in Doha along the route of the proposed F-Ring Road from […]
Image: Tækker Group The town of Nye is an urban development project focusing on sustainability and ‘liveability’, not least in the form of visionary water and climate management with more nature, biodiversity and water in the urban environment. Among the aims are to handle all rainwater from the town, protect against flooding, integrate water into the […]
Sollihøgda Plussby is an ambitious environmental project, which aims to provide the Oslo region with smart and sustainable solutions. The pilot project is just outside Oslo and could potentially house 30,000 people and provide 15,000 jobs if the Ringeriksbanen line opens a station on this section. The aim is to create Europe’s first ‘Plus City’, […]
Tackling marine emissions The Taiwanese port city of Kaohsiung relies on its marine network to transport machined goods across its bustling harbor. It is the thirteenth largest in the world. Kaohsiung is typical of many harbor cities in Asia, where diesel ferries are a necessary part of life. Yet this activity comes at a cost, […]
OUTPUT FROM THERMAL INSPECTIONS: New computer software has made it possible to present the thermal data acquired by drones in an easily accessible web solution using a common internet browser. All data is analysed and categorized, and placed on a web-server in the cloud. The hot spots in the pictures are divided into categories.