The Green Restart Series

The Green Restart report: areas of focus

Going beyond the problems and looking at concrete solutions, is exactly what is needed. Based on scientific reports, industry expertise and leadership within energy efficiency, renewables and electrification we have consolidated key perspectives, solutions and actions on how to create jobs, building green, and generating sustainable growth.


Reopening sustainable buildings in greener cities

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Learn more: Getting the basics right in our buildings
There are technologies available that have been proven to make our buildings and the systems within them more energy-efficient, yet they are still missing in most buildings. Learn more about the potential.
Video: Sustainable solutions for our buildings that also stimulate our economy
By making energy efficiency a priority for our buildings we can not only create jobs but work to reduce energy use in buildings.

Accelerating the electrification of transport is key to a green restart

Case: Danfoss and ZF join forces to reinvent transportation
Danfoss and ZF Friedrichshafen AG are driving innovation to accelerate the electrification of the transport sector and cut CO2 emissions.
Video: Now is the moment to accelerate the electrification of transport
How can we use this moment to drive a sustainable transformation as well generate economic recovery, and create new jobs?
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A decarbonized future for industrial sectors

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Article: Why industry needs a reset - and how to do it
Manufacturing and industry are now responsible for around 25% of the final energy consumption and about 20% of total greenhouse gas emissions. Read more about how to reset the industry.
Video: A competitive, decarbonized future for our industries
Energy efficiency, electrification and sector integration are the key levers to transform our industries and help achieve our climate targets.


The Green Restart Series: fueling economic recovery and climate action