Insights for Tomorrow
This is where the transformation starts
Together with our customers we are engineering solutions that allow us to use resources in smarter ways. Explore inspiring stories where our innovative technologies drive the sustainable transformation of tomorrow, today.
This is where the transformation of our supermarket starts
Supermarkets are heavy energy consumers. But it does not have to be that way. What if we can transform supermarkets to become electricity providers as well. Thanks to Danfoss technology, Aktiv & Irma, in Oldenburg, Germany, is on a journey to make it happen.
This is where the AI-optimized city starts
One third of all the energy buildings consume today is used for heating and cooling. To optimize this, the Leanheat solution from Danfoss is transforming building HVAC systems for smart control and efficiency. Through artificial intelligence, the peak demand is reduced, while maintenance needs are cut by one third.
This is where electrification at sea starts
The shipping industry is under pressure to become more sustainable. The Future of the Fjords is the world’s first electric carbon-fiber vessel. And it already meets 2026 targets, today. Danfoss variable speed drives, sensor solutions, and other technology help make it happen. We are getting close to an electric, emission-free shipping industry future.
Now is the time when cranes get brains
What would you call cranes that remember when, where, how, and who operated them on any given day? Or cranes that communicate with you via the internet and in real-time? PALFINGER’s new truck-mounted cranes do just that – and more. They are cranes with brains. At Danfoss, we are very proud to have helped make it happen.
This is where the CO2 neutral city starts
Copenhagen aims to be the world’s first CO2 neutral capital. And in its Nordhavn area, Danfoss technologies help by delivering efficiency and flexibility with district heating substations based on ultra-low temperatures, adaptive building controls, and utilization of local energy sources such as surplus heat from supermarkets. We pave the way toward a decarbonized infrastructure.
Start saying goodbye to NOx
Grovfjord Mekaniske Verksted, Norway, has designed one of the world’s first fully electric workboats. No engine noise, no diesel fumes, zero emissions. It’s electrification at sea. And drives from Danfoss have helped make it happen.
Turning words into action
Danfoss’ Engineering Tomorrow talks are a global platform and series of events created to activate innovative thinking and solutions around climate and energy.
#ETtalks bring together top speakers and visionaries to inspire the world of engineering to design today in a way that doesn’t compromise tomorrow.
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To enable Europe’s clean energy future, we need to buckle up and couple up
The theme for this year’s EU Sustainable Energy Week is ’Shaping Europe’s Energy Future’ – that future holds plenty of potential and must rest on further integration across sector and policies to ensure we optimize our energy systems for optimal performance and efficiency.
Connecting the dots to enable climate leadership at all levels
We are running out of time to achieve the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2030, and need urgent and ambitious climate leadership. Cities are central to this effort and it is crucial that we continue to enable our cities to address and solve climate challenges.
Sustainable cooling is our contribution and obligation
The need for cooling is increasing worldwide. We need it to keep our food quality high, reduce our losses, and deliver safe food. We need it in our hospitals, homes, and educational institutions. We need it all the time. Read interview with Jürgen Fischer, President of Danfoss Cooling, where he explains why we have an obligation to act.
Climate smart – education in sustainable cooling helps the planet
Sustainable cooling shouldn’t be a luxury. Well-known solutions, such as low-GWP refrigerants enable a strong performance in terms of affordability, energy efficiency, and sustainability. However, safety still poses a major concern. Our greatest challenge is that there aren’t enough professionals with the right training and education to put these solutions into action.
Appetite for destruction: to save the planet, we must fight food waste
Imagine you stop by the supermarket after a long day at work and buy three big bags of groceries for dinner. Then, on the way back to your car, you find the nearest trash can in the parking lot and throw away half a bag of groceries. Upon arriving home, you instantly toss the other half of the bag into the trash can in your kitchen.