Few cities are capable of fighting climate change. NYC and Copenhagen offer unique examples that work in their own ways.
Ramboll would like to thank the organisers, attendees, collaboration partners, and booth visitors for a great week of networking, knowledge-sharing and great conversations.
Sonja Voigt joins Ramboll as Global Vice Director Wind. She will have a focus on further strengthening the wind consultancy business, one of the major focus areas in the Wind growth strategy, supporting the growing demand of developers throughout the full project life cycle.
Young water professionals are the future of the water sector, and IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition in Copenhagen is a golden opportunity for them to network across expertise areas and national borders. In support, Ramboll is hosting a YWP dinner on September 12.
The Ramboll team is very much looking forward to meeting with clients, partners, and industry colleagues during five days of inspirational mingling and visionary knowledge-sharing!
Water utilities from around the world are gathering in Copenhagen for the sector’s annual event. Ramboll’s Jonathan Clement explains how the Utility Leaders Forum puts utilities in the lead to futureproof against ageing infrastructure and the changing climate.
With 8.3% organic growth, Ramboll delivers the best half-year organic growth in 10 years, led by strong growth within sustainable solutions particularly in green energy and low-carbon buildings.
Ramboll has been selected to carry out the study Nordic security of supply, energy prices, and the just transition on behalf of Nordic Energy Research, a unit under the Nordic Council of Ministers.
How to manage water across supply chains is a top-of-mind concern for companies attending the water sector’s highlight event of the year. Ramboll water expert, Søren Hvilshøj, explains how to tackle that challenge at the Industrial Water User’s forum.
The demand for freshwater is soaring, while supply is becoming uncertain. Jonathan Clement, a leading water treatment expert recently joined Ramboll in Singapore as Chief Technology Officer of Advanced Water Treatment. Here is his take on current developments and trending technologies in water in Singapore and Asia-Pacific.
Early career researchers are invited to apply for the 2022 Flemming Bligaard Award. The EUR 65,000 prize recognises ground-breaking research that helps improve mental health in urban environments, enabling sustainable change for the benefit of people, nature, and society.
A team of volunteers from Ramboll and NGO Bridges to Prosperity have built the Gikombe Trailbridge, providing safe year-round access to vital resources for nearly 4,000 people in the communities of Irebero and Rubete, in Kicukiro.