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It Is Time To Act Now if Denmark is to be a Leader in Geothermal District Heating

Think GeoEnergy Summary In an article published today in Danish publication Altinget, “A.P. Møller og Danfoss: Geotermi er en gylden mulighed, vi lige nu risikerer at gå glip af”, Lars Tveen, President, Danfoss Heating and Samir Abboud, CEO, Geothermal in A.P. Møller Holding make a...

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Cooling industry supports fight against COVID-19, steps up climate action

UN Environment Programme Summary The cooling industry is one of the sectors with a vital behind-the-scenes role in the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It provides everything from the right temperature conditions to safely transport and store medicines, and keep patients...

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Towards a decarbonised heating and cooling sector in Europe

Aalborg University, Department of Planning Authors: Brian Vad Mathiesen, Nis Bertelsen, Noémi Schneider, Luis Sánchez-García, Susana Paardekooper, Jakob Zinck Thellufsen, Søren Roth Djørup Supported By: Danfoss, ENGIE "This report analyses, and where possible quantifies, the...

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The Pride of Being a Green-Oriented Company

Energy Efficiency Business & Industry Summary Eric Alström, VP of Danfoss Power Solutions, proudly tells about the increasingly environmental-friendly measures and solutions the company has adopted and developed over the years. EEBI: COULD YOU GIVE US SOME INFORMATION ON THE HISTORY...

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GCC driving $40bn global district cooling market

GDN Online Summary The global market for district cooling sector is booming, and is estimated to hit $39.9 billion by 2026 from $21.9 billion last year, growing at a CAGR of 7.77 per cent, said a report. The rising support from the governments in GCC countries is driving the global...

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3 Ways to Accelerate the Energy Transition

Kim Fausing, World Economic Forum Summary We are running out of time to meet the Paris Agreement and achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7 on sustainable energy – “ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all”. We therefore...

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SDG7: Behind the scenes of an energy efficiency giant

Jocelyn Timperley, SDG Hub Summary Danish engineering firm Danfoss is working to save energy at every level of its business. In 2015, the world signed up to a target to double its rate of improvement in energy efficiency by 2030, as part of the UN goal for universal, sustainable...

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First ever Cities Summit calls for integrated approach to urban infrastructure

UN Environment Summary While Member States were adopting a resolution on sustainable infrastructure at the UN Environment Assembly, the Cities Summit reinforced the importance of local action and the need for an integrated approach to urban infrastructure. Already 60 per cent of waste...

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Danfoss partners with solar energy firm to deliver net-zero supermarket

Marie Battesti, R744 Summary Danfoss said during a webinar on ‘ Zero net energy supermarkets: towards a sustainable future ’ last week (22 February) that it had partnered with VMA – a German solar energy equipment manufacturer – to install a CO 2 -based integrated heating and cooling system...

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This one measure can get the world back on track to meet its climate targets

Kim Fausing, World Economic Forum Summary The energy renovation of buildings can meet the increased electricity demand from electric vehicles. Image: Alexey Topolyanskiy/Unspalsh The world’s greatest potential is waiting to be unleashed. It can help us get our planet back on track and...