Denmark’s energy cluster moves into Region Zealand

17. March 2022

Pictured (from left): Glenda Napier, CEO of Energy Cluster Denmark, Janus Munthe, Chief Financial Officer of Erhvervshus Sjælland and Bolette Christensen, CEO of Vordingborg Business.

Energy Cluster Denmark strengthens its commitment to Region Zealand with a new location in Vordingborg. The effort will help to increase the green transition of the entire region.

It must be easier for Zealand companies to participate in collaborations on green innovation. Therefore, Denmark’s national cluster organization for the energy sector, Energy Cluster Denmark, is now moving in with Vordingborg Erhverv, where Erhvervshus Sjælland is also represented.

“Energy Cluster Denmark is the national hub for anyone who wants to collaborate on energy technology innovation. We facilitate a number of green innovation projects inside and outside Denmark and would like to engage even more Zealand companies. At Vordingborg Erhverv, we are becoming more visible locally while the access to innovation will be easier for companies, researchers and others from the region who want to participate in the green transition,” says Glenda Napier, CEO of Energy Cluster Denmark.

The new office in Vordingborg will be occupied by one or more employees from Energy Cluster Denmark, who get their time at Vordingborg Erhverv.

CEO Bolette Christensen welcomes the energy cluster.

“In a busy everyday life, it makes a real difference that our companies can get help just around the corner. Therefore, it is very positive that Energy Cluster Denmark now has an employee in Vordingborg who can guide companies into innovative projects that make a difference to the green transition as well as growth and employment,” says Bolette Christensen.

At Erhvervshus Sjælland you already have a team of business developers who focus on green transition. Here, you see the new entrance to Denmark’s energy cluster as a plus.

“We already have initiatives such as SMV:Green and Green Change Zealand on the shelf, and Energy Cluster Denmark’s increased presence will be another opportunity for our companies to engage in innovation projects and partnerships in Denmark and abroad. This will help strengthen our joint work on the road to the climate goals in 2030 and 2050,” says Mads Váczy Kragh, Director of Erhvervshus Zealand.

From 15 March, companies, researchers and others interested in green partnerships will be able to meet Energy Cluster Denmark in Vordingborg.