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  • 12. May 2021

    Innovative study shows potential for up to 70% reduction in CO2 emissions from offshore oil and gas production
    A new study of an innovative project based on power-to-X and floating wind technology shows that CO2 emissions from the offshore production of oil and gas can be significantly reduced when oil and gas production platforms are supplied with sustainable energy.
  • 11. May 2021

    Energy sector optimistic at annual meeting: “We have the technologies to reach the 2030 target!”
    Our annual meeting last week sent a clear message. The conclusion from the energy sector at our 2021 annual meeting last week was that energy technology solutions will not be a hindrance in achieving the climate targets set for the year 2030.
  • 11. May 2021

    When Neverland becomes reality
    It started as a wild idea, but there was no stopping it. Now, Denmark is building the world's first energy islands, ushering in a new, major era for the energy sector.
  • 6. May 2021

    EuroGrid wins the 2021 Innovation Prize
    EuroGrid has made it possible to reduce costs associated with the efficient integration of renewable energy in Europe by 200 to 300 million DKK. As a result, the innovative EuroGrid project has won Energy Cluster Denmark's 2021 Innovation Prize.
  • 4. May 2021

    Three innovation trends in the energy cluster
    The Danish energy cluster is in the midst of a historic transition with new green technologies, business models and supply chains.
  • 20. April 2021

    Andel and Stiesdal partner for large-scale, stone-based energy storage
    Energy and fibre-optic network group Andel is investing 75 million DKK in Stiesdal Storage Technologies. Their ambition is to take stone-based energy storage to a new level.
  • 9. April 2021

    Energy Cluster Denmark launches new roadmap for all the energy cluster’s innovation projects
    The Danish energy sector is bubbling with innovation, new technologies and green business models, and energy companies, along with research institutions, are seeking to draw up the contours of a future energy system based solely on renewable sources.
  • 9. April 2021

    Sustainable propulsion for ESVAGT’s vessels
    Can a service vessel carry out its functions on batteries, hydrogen and fuel cells in a wind farm? Can the tank be bunkered with biodiesel or ammonia from renewable energy sources? A new innovation project aims to make service vessels for the energy sector emission-free.
  • 7. April 2021

    The wind sector’s new master’s programme gets an academic stamp of approval
    With its recent international accreditation, the Offshore Wind Energy MBA has now been recognised as the common master’s programme of the wind energy sector.
  • 16. March 2021

    Energy Cluster Denmark and Green Hub Denmark to enter into a new strategic partnership on boosting innovation in North Jutland
    Energy Cluster Denmark and Green Hub Denmark will now be working closely together on the development of green energy tech solutions, as well as making North Jutland an important demonstrator, test facility and living lab for demonstration projects in the field of energy.
  • 3. March 2021

    Energy and transport clusters are working together to make the mission of green transport of the future a reality
    The Danish Innovation Fund has chosen the development of climate-neutral fuels as one of the four missions to focus on in spring 2021. Two of Denmark’s new national cluster organisations will work together to create an innovation roadmap aimed at developing the green fuels of the
  • 26. February 2021

    A united energy cluster can shorten timelines
    With collaborations across the entire energy cluster, faster implementation of technological innovations and a clear roadmap for projects concerning technologies of the future, the Danish energy cluster believes in the green transition before 2030.
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