Politically, the 2019 UN Climate Change Conference (COP25) in Madrid did not deliver to the extent that many had hoped for. Outside of the negotiating rooms, however, a lot of interesting things were cooking. Hillarie Cania from Ramboll’s International Water and Climate Resilience group was present and has picked up on some of the most trending topics seen from a professional point-of-view.
Ramboll will assess whether a source of geothermal water that was recently discovered during civil works in Fondo, Catalonia, Spain can be potentially used for a new district heating system.
Ramboll will undertake a complex assessment of the third largest district heating system in the world.
Ramboll concept for cycle superhighways to connect cities in Scania, southern Sweden.
The Danish Energy Agreement announced in 2018 that Energinet is planning to build three large offshore wind farms in Denmark in the next 10 years. Energinet has chosen Ramboll to lead the entire strategic environmental assessment (SEA) process for the first of these, called Thor.
The Asian Development Bank and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade have started an initiative with Ramboll to develop, pilot, and implement smart city concepts in eight South-East Asian countries. The project will address urban challenges within liveability, climate change and resilience.
Winning the Competition for Xiaomeisha Coastal Zone, situated in close proximity to Shenzhen, the Jury has complimented the comprehensiveness of our design. Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl has been the lead open space planner for Xiaomeisha Coastal Zone Competition.
Once finished Tripla will have a total surface area of more than 350,000 gross square metres and form a modern, urban centre with a shopping centre, good public transportation connectivity, office space and residential buildings.
The world-renowned architectural company Henning Larsen becomes part of the Ramboll Group. The shared vision is to create sustainable cities and buildings that answer the global challenges.
The European Commission has asked Ramboll and its partner CO2logic to study how the Commission – as an organisation – can become greenhouse gas-neutral as early as possible prior to 2050.
Ramboll has developed an interdisciplinary study for the Umweltbundesamt, the Federal German Environment Agency, which considers all environmental aspects of the recycling of old wind turbines. The result of this demanding circular economy project shows a great need for action.