Ramboll has been contracted by CSBC DEME Wind Engineering (CDWE) to deliver the full jacket foundation design for the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project which will have a capacity of 1044 MW. The project is the fourth large scale detailed design for Ramboll after Changfang, Xidao and Zhong Neng, where the Danish engineering company has also been responsible for delivering the full jacket foundation designs.
Over the next 10-15 years, up to 100 substations must be retrofitted or rebuilt in Denmark to meet the drastically increasing power consumption and support the green transition. The total consultancy fee will amount to some €130 million. Danmark’s largest consultancy, Ramboll, has won the owner’s engineer contract with Danish Transmission System Operator (TSO) Energinet for the retrofit of the first three substations.
Maija Jokela, M.Sc. (Engineering), has been appointed to be Ramboll's Managing Director in Finland as of September 1. She replaces Kari Onniselkä who is taking on a new position outside Ramboll. Maija will report to Group Chief Operating Officer Mathew Riley.
Ramboll will provide high-level support to the VindØ consortium on master-planning the world’s first artificial energy island, VindØ, which is expected to be realised by 2030.
The True Digital Twin technology is becoming a core enabler for many future engineering services. The technology is already successfully applied in the oil and gas industry for many years and increased effort is ongoing for implementing the True Digital Twin in other business areas, such as wind, and telecom masts and towers.
Following 2-years as Ramboll’s Managing Principal for the UK Environment & Health practice, Philippa Spence has now been appointed as Managing Director for Ramboll’s 1,300-strong UK business.
COVID-19 has not shifted focus away from sustainable buildings. More than 90% of respondents in our latest Sustainable Buildings Market Study state that sustainability is important for a successful business operation.
Megha Rao joins Ramboll’s growing Power-to-X team, bringing solid skills in energy and safety planning, electrochemical analysis, process design, and experimental set-up design and construction.
The rapid growth of wind energy production as well as its organic and stable presence on the Asian offshore wind market has led Ramboll to open a new office in Tokyo, Japan. The new office will allow Ramboll to secure a more permanent footprint in the region and serve its local clients better.
Sweden’s largest land-based farm for freshwater salmon will be established in Säffle. Large parts of Swedish salmon consumption will be produced sustainably in the facility, which is a project led by Ramboll for Premium Svensk Lax.
Despite a challenging year dominated by COVID-19, we managed to navigate through the crisis while still developing the company. The Annual Report highlights our achievements during the past year and reports on our financial results as well as our progress in Corporate Sustainability.