Edinburgh-headquartered independent energy company InterGen has been granted consent for the UK’s largest battery energy storage project. The project is more than ten times the size of the UK’s largest operational battery project and is set to be one of the world’s largest. It will provide fast-reacting power and system balancing to support the ongoing growth and integration of renewable energy sources and is a significant piece of system architecture critical to the UK’s transition to Net Zero.
Group Chief Operating Officer Markku Moilanen and Group Chief Innovation Officer Hilde Tonne both leave Ramboll to take on CEO positions.
Ulf Hedman, former Deputy Head of Division at Ramboll Sweden, will on January 1, become Global Spearhead Director for Ramboll Hospitals. More than 400 people in Ramboll work on designing and developing hospitals each day.
Join us on 13 January 13:00-15:00 CET when we invite the Danish gas industry to focus on the challenges we face when preparing the gas network for hydrogen.
Morten will join Ramboll’s global Smart Mobility division as Head Smart Mobility in Denmark on 1. January 2021.
On a mission to replace concrete with upcycled timber: 38-year-old UK architect and researcher Colin Rose has been given the Flemming Bligaard Award of 65,000 EUR from the Danish Ramboll Foundation for his research contribution to the field of Circular Economy.
How do we secure the quality of our roads when vehicles are becoming increasingly heavier? Introducing Raptor, this new cutting-edge technology is at the forefront of measuring road carrying capacity.
Ramboll has been awarded a framework contract by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) to provide the scientific basis for ECHA’s decision-making. For the next two years, Ramboll will be the first contact point for ECHA when they seek advice on various topics related to chemicals.
Power-to-X and power-to-gas are new energy technologies that will help us build a sustainable energy system. Power-to-X can turn wind and sun into green hydrogen, liquid fuels, and balance the energy systems.
60-70 per cent of a building's climate impact comes from the construction process and the rest from the use of a building throughout its lifetime. In a recently started project for the largest property owner in Sweden, Castellum, Ramboll will calculate and reduce the climate impact from construction of new buildings.
SSE Renewables commissioned the combined design team of Ramboll and GDG to deliver the concept design for the wind turbine substructures for Phase 2 of the Arklow Bank Wind Park (ABWP) Project. Ramboll’s depth and breadth of resources and unmatched global track record in offshore wind combined with GDG’s expert knowledge in the areas of geotechnical engineering and foundation design make a winning team. Furthermore, as an Irish owned consultancy, GDG brings local knowledge and detailed understanding of the ground conditions in the Irish Sea.
Infrastructure projects are essential, for example, to bring safe drinking water to populations that until now have been without, to bring cleaner and more reliable forms of energy to regions unable to produce their own, and to open up international gateways that bring a new socio-economic dynamic to evolving countries. But their risks and impacts must be managed, which is where health & safety management systems come in.