Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) has chosen its technical consultants for the upcoming development project in Ydre Nordhavn, Copenhagen.
According to World Green Building Council 39% of all global carbon emissions are related to buildings. 11% is related to embodied carbon and 28% is related to the operational stage, making building assets a significant contributor to climate change.
Hybrid power generation allows remote microgrid and off grid networks (e.g. islands, mines, industrial facilities) to seamlessly integrate and deploy renewable energy. For on grid application, hybrid power systems can reduce renewable energy intermittency and improve its dispatchability.
Hospital Nova excels in its innovative approach to hospital architecture and state-of-the-art hospital technology. Covering 120,000 net square metres, the new hospital in Jyväskyla is one of Finland’s largest hospital projects ever to be built. The hospital consolidates primary health care, special health care and social services under the same roof and welcomes its first patients in early 2021.
Equinor together with the Norwegian technology company Moss Maritime will pilot test the world’s first floating solar power plant in rough offshore waters starting this autumn. Ramboll will contribute to the revolutionary pilot project with interdisciplinary engineering expertise.
Ramboll receives the Pioneer Award at the Structural Timber Awards for our contribution to pushing the boundaries of the material in its application to volumetric timber modules, our leading role in the work on the timber office concept, and inspiring social change with regards to mental health with the ‘Talk to Me’ sculpture.
In a recently published paper, Ramboll experts Cynthia Van Landingham, William G. Fuller and Rosalind A. Schoof examine lead exposure and IQ .
Some of the major global threats are water scarcity and lack of access to safe, clean drinking water. Aging infrastructure is a major problem for many water companies and many drinking water plants need refurbishment, augmentation, or replacement. As drinking water companies prepare for asset renewal or replacement, they have to consider what role new technologies could play to meet current and future challenges. Learn what our water technology expert Antony Gibson has to say about the issue.
Most of us know that when we jump into our cars and scoot off to work carbon emissions are produced. Globally, close to 25% of CO2-emissions come from cars, lorries and trains moving around. However, few are aware of the quantity of carbon emissions that are produced when building tunnels, bridges and railways. These hidden emissions are called ‘embodied carbon emissions’.
With a clear ambition to grow in reach and impact, Ramboll now launches a new service-line for strategic sustainability consulting. Scandinavia, Central Europe, the UK, and the US will be key markets.
Queens Quay’s £15m energy system based on water-sourced district heating has now become operational and is ready to heat up the area of the former John Brown shipyard in Clydebank. The new energy system will cut West Dunbartonshire’s CO2 emissions with more than 4,000 tonnes each year for the next 40 years and will make Clydebank one of the greenest towns in Scotland.
A pilot-test of Ramboll’s True Digital Twin technology at the Wikinger offshore wind farm has revealed a significant analytical potential to increase lifetime of offshore wind. The pilot-test is part of the ROMEO project, an initiative funded by the EU research programme Horizon 2020 that aims at advancing the energy transition in Europe and reduce the costs of offshore wind energy.