State Visit: Delivering Ramboll solutions to the German market

11 November 2021
As part of a state visit, Denmark's Queen Margrethe II and Crown Prince Frederik are spending four days in Berlin and Munich. They are accompanied by high-ranking representatives from politics and business. Ramboll is there too.
 
Photo credit: businessphotoberlin.de / Danish State Visit 2021 / #danishstatevisit2021 / Kasper Jensen

Photo credit: businessphotoberlin.de / Danish State Visit 2021 / #danishstatevisit2021 / Kasper Jensen

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Hannes Reuter

Hannes Reuter

Managing Director, Energy
Dr.-Ing. Tim Fischer

Dr.-Ing. Tim Fischer

Vice Director, Wind Energy
T: +49 40 302020-132

Stefan Wallmann

Managing Director, Germany
T: +49 30 302020-0

The neighbouring countries of Denmark and Germany are close partners on a political, economic and cultural level. As the largest economic power in Europe and the fourth largest in the world, Germany is an important trading partner for Denmark – and thus also for many Danish companies.

Germany is Denmark's most important trading partner and there is significant potential for Danish solutions in Germany, especially in the areas of climate change, energy, health and food. The business delegation is focusing its programme on these areas during the state visit. 

Green transition – made in Denmark

Ramboll has a strong presence in both countries and is an ambassador for Nordic innovations and solutions also in the German market. Stefan Wallmann, Managing Director Ramboll Germany, Hannes Reuter, Managing Director Ramboll Energy as well as Tim Fischer, Global Director Offshore Wind represent Ramboll's expertise in the areas of transformative heat planning, wind energy and Power-to-X during pitches, roundtables and numerous discussions with representatives from politics and business.

Denmark is known for its innovative strength. Key technologies for the energy transition, such as district heating solutions, have been successfully implemented for decades. “A holistic view on the complex system is key to efficient and optimised transformative heat planning. We need to include all potential sources together with sector coupling and storage. And then we need to customize the solution to the specific local needs. The secret is co-operation and stakeholder analysis at city level, which will automatically include the important sector couplings”, says Hannes Reuter.

The world's most efficient Power-to-X plants are also located in Denmark and can reduce emissions in a similar way in Germany. In addition, Denmark is increasingly focusing on the production of green hydrogen. Part of the strategy is investing in innovation: "Denmark is showcasing how much the production of green hydrogen can be increased and is making important investments, such as in the planned energy island in the North Sea," Reuter says, adding, "By sharing technologies and strategies for success, both countries can significantly advance sustainable change."

On Friday, the delegation will travel to Munich. At the reception at the Munich Urban Colab, Werner Frosch, Managing Director Henning Larsen Germany, will represent Ramboll at the "Royal Network Night."
 

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