The European Commission has launched the so-called New European Bauhaus Initiative. The initiative is a collective effort to imagine and build a future that is sustainable, inclusive and beautiful. Ramboll has been chosen for supporting the incubation of the initiative.
C.F. Møller Architects, Carlstedt Arkitekter, Krook & Tjäder Arkitekter and Ramboll have been commissioned to develop a detailed plan for Helsingborg's new hospital area.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is part of the solution to Denmark’s climate goals. To support the development of CO2 storage in the Danish North Sea, the Energy Technology Development Program (EUDP) will grant €26 million to the consortium behind the ambitious Greensand project. Ramboll is part of the consortium together with major Danish and international companies, research institutes, universities, and start-ups.
Head of Ramboll’s telecom business in India Pankaj Sachdeva has been appointed Director for Ramboll’s telecom business globally.
A decades-old riddle is being solved by Anne Lyck Smitshuysen of the Technical University of Denmark, paving the way for cheaper production of green hydrogen and winning her the Flemming Bligaard Award.
Ramboll was represented in an official Danish delegation that visited California in the beginning of December to increase collaboration within water resources management. Ramboll made an outdoor presentation nearby Folsom lake which is one of the major water reservoirs in California suffering from a dropping water level due to drought.
Short-term subsidies, a massive increase in renewable energy, and carbon tariffs are seen as key enablers for the Danish Power-to-X sector, according to the results of a recent survey conducted by Ramboll. Here are the highlights.
By signing three new framework agreements with DC Water and WSSC Water, Ramboll continues to help the US Capital Region adapt to climate change and upgrade its water and sewer systems.
The Kruunuvuori Bridge will be Finland's longest and tallest bridge. The steel-concrete composite bridge is designed with longevity in mind and is expected to last 200 years. Ramboll's multinational design team is delivering the construction design.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released a new energy master planning guide that aspires to bring the building sector closer to net-zero by highlighting how public communities can benefit from energy planning. Ramboll experts have contributed to this guide during a four-year period with best practice from Denmark.
Ramboll and Krüger have won a six-year long framework agreement with Aarhus Vand covering wastewater management and climate adaptation projects. The agreement has been designed as a partnership program to drive development and implementation of sustainable and innovative solutions through close collaboration.
A world-leading phosphorus recovery technology can be used to produce environmental-friendly concrete. The tangible result – a sustainable bench (the red one in the front) – can now be seen and used right outside Ramboll’s Head Office in Copenhagen. The project supports, at least, two of the environmental objectives stated in the EU Taxonomy Regulation: Climate change mitigation and circular economy.