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  • Astrid Helene - fully electric workboat
    Goodbye to NOx particles

    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.

  • Danfoss Heating assists Nantes with massive reduction on CO2 emissions

    FRANCE: A new heating network makes the French city Nantes capable of reducing 17,000 tons of CO2 per year. The project takes place in several steps and includes schools, administrative buildings, a nursery and 7,400 residential apartments.

  • First step towards smart city in Poland

    The city of Słupsk and Danfoss have signed an agreement to build a vision for the city as smart and highly energy-efficient. First step taken.

  • Cities hold the key to sustainable growth
    Cities hold the key to sustainable growth

    Over the next 33 years, urban areas of the world will need to provide space for another 2.5 billion people. More than 200,000 new urban dwellers per day will take a massive toll on the cities. But, with connected, flexible and future-proof smart buildings and energy systems we can increase urban efficiency and grow our cities sustainability.

  • Crushing the data center challenge
    Crushing the data center challenge

    GLOBAL: Data centers currently use nearly 3% of the world’s electricity - as much as Great Britain - and emit as much CO2 as all the world’s airlines combined. We have the technology to cut down data centers’ electricity consumption and use their surplus heat for heating homes.

  • Danfoss heats up Hamburg’s “Gateway to the world”

    GERMANY: A whole new city quarter, HafenCity, has been built in the heart of Hamburg. It is currently Europe’s largest inner-city development project, and it is setting green standards as city planners have chosen the most sustainable and economically advantageous solutions with Danfoss technologies.