Danfoss: The point of energy efficiency is lost

Energy efficiency measures can provide immediate CO2 reductions, which neither citizens, media or politicians have fully grasped yet, says Danfoss Head of Global Sales Søren Kvorning.

Forsamlingen af notabiliteter var stor til IEA's konference om energieffektivtet i Sønderborg. Fokus på energibesparelser som hurtig problemknuser er lidt mindre, ærgrer Danfoss sig. | Photo: CLAUS FISKER/Claus Fisker

There is a low-hanging fruit just waiting to be reaped.

While billions are pouring into offshore wind turbines, hydrogen facilities and energy islands, one avenue is being overlooked despite the potential for immediate CO2 reductions rather than reductions coming in 2030 or 2050.

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