With oil supermajor Shell as its new owner, Danish Nature Energy is ready to defend its position as market leader when the global potential for thousands upon thousands of biogas plants is realized, says CEO Ole Hvelplund.
The pilot phase of Project Greensand will soon be ready to store the first CO2 beneath the North Sea, with vessel Aurora Storm currently berthed in western Denmark being equipped to transport Belgian carbon emissions.
The Danish Technological Institute is starting a new project to test full-scale heat pump technology on site at three companies. The hardware is reportedly able to generate temperatures of up to 160 degrees Celsius.
Although solar power benefits the climate, making PV modules still has a negative climate impact, thus leading Norwegian researchers to use manufacturing waste products to make electricity from sunlight even greener.
While the summit did result in a fund where rich nations of the global north help poorer countries suffering the brunt of climate change to rebuild and adapt, COP27’s final agreement ended up diluted and weak after giving way to petrostates’ insistence on keeping their core products out of discontinuation pledges.
A new analysis by Danish Technological Institute shows that the number of patent applications for converting green power has risen in recent years. Nearly 25% of all patent submissions come from Europe.
Norwegian firm IKM Testing acquires 80% of Danish subsupplier Ocean Team. Jens Peder Thomsen is to remain CEO of the company, which has deemed it necessary to consolidate due to increasing demands from major customers.
The Norwegian analysis firm began operations in Denmark in the late summer to get closer to existing and potential customers – also as a base from which to monitor the Swedish and Finnish markets, says Rystad’s Joachim Kjendlie.
Even though an ammonia engine is incoming and Wärtsilä expects to have it on the market by 2024, it will be years before the market can be said to have matured, according to the Finnish engine manufacturer.