Topsoe to pivot from black to green fuels, mirroring Ørsted

With a new name and new vision, family business Topsoe is making progress on pivoting away from the fossil sector in order to become a global leader on CO2-reducing technologies, says CEO Roeland Baan.

Haldor Topsøes adm. direktør Roeland Baan er i gang med at forvandle den hæderkronede danske virksomhed til en grøn frontløber. | Photo: PR Haldor Topsoe

On one side of the aisle, Haldor Topsøe’s old office is virtually pristine, filled with Danish designer furniture, Buddha figures and the late founder’s old desk, which is ideally placed in front of the panoramic windows with a view of Ravnholm Forest north of the Danish capital, Copenhagen.

On the other side of the aisle lies the office of current Chief Executive Roeland Baan of the Nertherlands, adorned with modern art on the walls and considerably smaller windows.

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