Cooling supplier offers big CO2 cuts to Denmark – but no one cares to listen

With cheap and climate-friendly surplus heat directly pumped into district heating grids and a solution to clean up data center emissions, Asetek says it holds an easy fix for reducing Denmark's CO2 emissions by 4 percent, but lacking policy requirements are halting the technology's adoption.

Asetek CEO André Sloth Eriksen (left) and CFO Peter Dam Madsen (right). | Photo: PR / Asetek

Out in front of Danish liquid cooling system supplier Asetek's HQ in Aalborg, Northern Denmark, is parked a Ford-150 Raptor painted opaque black. With a length of roughly 6 meters and weighing upwards of 2.5 tonnes, this vehicle is, even by US standards, an enormous pickup truck. And with a raised chassis, it would be quite in its element in the rough off-road desert terrain of Nevada.

In the Northern Danish parking lot, the truck, more than anything else, resembles a military vehicle when seen next to the adjacent silver-gray Peugot. And the non-reflective paint job has a striking similarly to stealth airplanes undetectable by radar.

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