Requirements for a low carbon footprint, an increasingly complex energy system and fast technological developments characterise the reality that the energy sector is facing today and tomorrow. Authorities, cities, industry and energy producers and providers are all on a path to decarbonisation and a smart energy system.
A consortium led by Ramboll has entered a framework agreement with the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) on the provision of specialist technical expertise on heating and cooling supply legislation, planning and modelling to DEA’s partner countries.
Ramboll has been selected by Norwegian-based company Quantafuel to perform a FEED study for a new plastic-to-liquid plant on a currently undisclosed site in Denmark. The plant will be the second of its kind in Denmark and it will produce environmentally friendly chemical components from plastic waste.
A measurement campaign executed by Ramboll and Aalborg University on a 48m telecom lattice tower owned by Rail Net Denmark (Banedanmark) aims at developing techniques to monitor the structural health of telecom towers & masts and optimise their design with True Digital Twins.
The energy sector is shifting from a system based on fossil fuels to one exploiting renewable energy. As sustainable society consultants, we help our clients think, design and implement their green transition based on an understanding of the interaction between the different sectors and technologies and in-depth technical insight into each of the elements of the integrated energy system.Read about our approach and solutions
A sustainable energy system is based on green energy. The green transition requires us to think across the various elements of the energy system and link the system to other sectors.Our take on the smart energy system
To optimise the design of wind foundations and turbines, engineers need a platform for fast, robust and cloud-based data storage and execution. Ramboll has teamed up with Google Cloud to improve its in-house wind software in this area.
Once again, Ramboll has secured one of the top spots as the most attractive employer among engineering students in 2018. The survey is conducted by Universum and based on the preferences of over 56,000 students from leading universities in the Nordics.