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    Drives secure fresh air inside South America’s tallest

    A huge number of Danfoss drives secure comfortable temperatures and cut down energy use inside Chile’s famous Costanera Center.

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    New factory at Danfoss’ existing campus in Grodzisk, Poland, runs on CO2 neutral energy.

    New factory at Danfoss’ existing campus in Grodzisk, Poland, runs on CO2 neutral energy. By electrifying and saving energy, we managed to design a new factory where 360 colleagues can now keep 45 production lines running full steam – no fossil fuels involved.

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    Danfoss makes a sustainable future for fish-farming learn how

    Norway's salmon industry is second to none. The country produces one million ton of farm-raised salmon each year. While blessed by cold and clean cold waters, the industry is also driven by a high level of innovation to ensure sustainability and minimize environmental impact. Danfoss has been a close partner to the fish industry since day one and has the technology to support a sustainable future for fish-farming.

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    California’s coolest cart

    Autonomous farming: one of the first self-driving machines in the specialty crop industry is proving itself among a select group of California farmers – with promising results. Danfoss supplies the digital brain making it possible.

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    Danfoss powers 100 percent electric ferry sailing World Heritage waters

    Molslinjen – Denmark's largest domestic ferry company – has set its first electric ferry in motion. The E-ferry Grotte will be breaking waves at the UNESCO World Heritage waters between the coastal town of Esbjerg and the island Fanø – and Danfoss is on board. The future holds great potential to operate shorter routes by electric ferries.

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    Danfoss helps customer fight COVID-spread via air

    Huge demand for US ventilation manufacturer’s COVID limiting system. Danfoss helps them prevent spread in restaurants, supermarkets, and other buildings.