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.
Leading European research and design organisations join forces to establish EU embodied carbon baselines, targets, and benchmarks. Ramboll takes part in the project supported by Laudes Foundation.
With an ambition to empower sustainable change in all types of companies, Ramboll has acquired a small start-up company providing sustainability e-learning and analytics.
As part of the Danish climate agreement of June 2020, it was decided to build two energy islands, in the Baltic and North Seas respectively, linked to offshore wind farms that together can provide 5 GW and cover the electric consumption for approx. 5 million households in Denmark and nearby countries. The global engineering, architecture and consultancy company Ramboll has been awarded one of the first pilot climate and seabed studies for the coming energy islands.
It was recently announced that financing has been secured for one of the world’s largest energy-from-waste (EfW) facilities to be developed in Dubai.
The Danish government has decided to participate in an Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) within hydrogen and has prequalified five Ramboll projects among 28 Danish projects.
The global engineering, architecture and consultancy company has appointed three new members on the Group Executive Board to take on positions 1 April 2021.
Today, on the United Nations World Water Day, we hope our clients and partners will join us in welcoming three highly experienced water professionals to our global water team: Michael van de Watering in Singapore, Dorthe Pinholt Hansen in Denmark and Cory Johnson in the US.
Hot Heart – a series of islands with the dual function of storing thermal energy storage and serving as a hub for recreational activities – has won the Helsinki Energy Challenge, which aims to decarbonize the heating system of the Finnish capital by 2030. Ramboll was part of the project coordinated by CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati in collaboration with Transsolar, Danfoss Leanheat®, Schneider Electric, OP Financial Group, schlaich bergermann partner and Squint/Opera.
Despite the Covid-19 crisis the Ramboll Group achieved a satisfactory operating profit and very strong cashflow in 2020. With the integration of Henning Larsen and the formation of a new offering in strategic sustainability consulting the global engineering, architecture and management consultancy company further strengthened its leading position in sustainability.