Elaboration of environment and climate strategy, policy and climate accounts and environmental management system.
For the Dahme-Spreewald District in Germany, Ramboll has identified how CO2 emissions may be reduced. Our analysis includes all public buildings as well as the car pool and cycling path network in the municipality.
Whether the power is generated from burning waste or the combustion of other energy sources, new research that Ramboll and Aarhus University did for Dansk Fjernvarme, R&D fund, suggests that district heating may well hold the answer to one of the greatest challenges of our time: finding a CO2-neutral urban heating system.
Ramboll developed a comprehensive climate action plan for The City University of New York, the largest public urban university in the US.
Ramboll took part in a World Bank financed study for Beijing Environmental Protection Bureau. The aim was to analyze how Beijing could optimize the environmental benefit for all sectors: waste, water, waste water and air pollution from traffic and heating. Ramboll was sub-consultant for ES California for the component air pollution from heating.
Ramboll has assisted the Oslo Region in a revision of the previous climate action plans aiming for 50% cuts in emissions levels.
The making of a strategy for the production and use of energy is a starting point for efficient energy management. Ramboll energy specialists and management consultants work with a number of cities and municipalities on the development of climate action plans to reduce CO2 emissions.
With our support, Sigma-Aldrich has progressed their global corporate sustainability program, including supply chain sustainability, lifecycle analyses, water use, energy efficiency, green chemistry and greenhouse gas emissions.
Energinet.dk is investigating a range of different opportunities for increasing the flexibility of electricity demand to better match the supply pattern.
Strategic plan for a heat transmission network in Milan in order to utilise heat from combined heat and power plant.
Greenwich Peninsula is a new development consisting of over 10,000 new homes and commercial space. The development has a build programme of 20 years.
Opportunities were identified to double sales of district heat from 300 to 600 GWh, by enlarging the network and connecting large gas boilers in four municipalities. The municipally owned waste management company Vestforbrænding made an investment of DKK500 million to do this. Ramboll has provided the company with in-house consultancy services for 40 years, offering a number of different services.
Feasibility study of a district cooling system providing cooling for the headquarters of the Saudi Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
It is the vision of Carlsberg Properties to create a new sustainable district in Copenhagen with housing, shops and office buildings in harmony with the historical old buildings and the neighbouring districts.
Ramboll was commissioned by Islington Council in London to design and deliver a district-wide heating network to provide cheaper and greener heat to 1,350 homes plus community buildings in north London, using unwanted heat from the London Underground.
Drawing upon our vast experience in offshore wind turbine and foundations design, Ramboll completed the draft of the strategic plan, which will guide the development of 7,500 MW of offshore wind by 2035.
The district heating schemes in the Copenhagen Region are interconnected, forming one of the largest integrated DH systems in the world.
In December 2009, the eyes of the world were upon Copenhagen during the UN Climate Change Conference. COP 15 was a unique display window for Danish climate solutions and sustainable initiatives. One of these was the vision for Copenhagen to be carbon neutral by 2025.
Ports are vulnerable to climate change and a source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. We worked with Port of San Diego on a climate action plan to reduce GHG emissions and climate adaptation assessments to identify and plan for potential vulnerabilities.
Ramboll has supported many local authorities and councils to develop citywide solutions to heat decarbonisation, from setting their vision, to mapping the opportunities and creating tactical solutions for implementation.
A district heating masterplan for the Greater Manchester Area has been developed in support of local and national commitments to sustainable energy.
Die Vision von Carlsberg Properties ist es, einen neuen nachhaltigen Stadtteil in Kopenhagen mit Wohnungen, Geschäften und Bürogebäuden in Einklang mit den historischen Altbauten und den angrenzenden Stadtteilen zu schaffen.
Ramboll is responsible for the pre-feasibility study, conceptual design and implementation on geothermal project in Viborg
Two Vestas test centres have been designed in which to test the construction methods and design of prototype turbine blades. Ramboll has been in charge of the consultancy services for both centres.
The City of Cambridge located north of Boston, Massachusetts, USA, shares increasing global concerns about climate change and the many challenges it presents. Cambridge has adopted a Climate Protection Action Plan with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050.
The multi-functional Amager Bakke waste-to-energy facility in Copenhagen raises the bar for resource optimisation with an energy efficiency of 107%. All over Europe, countries are working hard to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels in power and heat production. Meanwhile, a large share of the energy supply will be based on fossil fuels for decades to come.
Ramboll was engaged by a confidential aerospace and defense systems manufacturer who makes braking systems for the aerospace industry. Our client tracks and reports its greenhouse gas emissions to their corporate office as part of their corporate responsibility program, and subsequently reports its greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) as part of their Annual Global Report.
Oslo has developed a new strategy for how the city can be free of fossil fuels. Ramboll has assisted the Municipality of Oslo towards its goal.
Formerly a wetland, the Pearl District was bisected by Tanner Creek and sided by the broad Willamette River. It was the rail yards and the industry who first claimed and drained the land. Over the past 30 years, a new neighbourhood has progressively established itself – young, mixed, urban and dynamic, today the Pearl District is home to families and businesses.
An industrial peninsula on the River Main in Frankfurt, Germany, is being converted into a new sustainable city district. The harbour forms the new urban focus with varied access to the water and multifunctional urban space. A promenade network connects the water to the more densely build-up area on one hand and to the new local park and regional river path on the other hand.
Tianjin is one of China’s top 5 cities, not just in size and population but also in terms of business investments. Located just half an hour south-east of Beijing by high-speed train, Tianjin is also close to the sea. The high-water table needs to be maintained to prevent seawater encroaching inland and the dry, harsh climate does not preclude flooding.
Ramboll Energy’s comprehensive feasibility study recommends options for implementing low carbon energy infrastructure in the Edinburgh International development area.
The Sludge Treatment Centre at Dalderse in Falkirk, Scotland, is part of a large waste water treatment works dating from the 1960s and owned by Scottish Water. In 2010, Ramboll investigated using biogas by-products from the works to fuel vehicles or supply the gas grid. Ramboll Energy's current feasibility study determines the measures necessary to implement co-digestion of commercial and industrial waste with sewage sludge, and updates our earlier findings on exploiting the biogas as a commercial energy resource.At Dalderse, 432 tonnes per day of sewage sludge from several sites is digested in two mesophilic anaerobic digesters, where bacteria break down the sludge to produce methane and other by-products. Anaerobic digestion is standard UK practice for rendering a harmful mat ...
This project demonstrates how smart cities are built on smart solutions that promote synergies between energy and the environment while benefiting the local community.
Expected to be one of the UK’s largest low-carbon heating systems, E.ON's Citigen energy centre provides district cooling, heating and electricity to the City of London and private developments. The installation includes 4MW of combined heating and cooling heat pumps with ground borehole storage and is expected to reduce carbon emissions of the energy centre by up to 50%.
In a joint venture with French partner Sofregaz, Ramboll will develop an integrated gas-to-power project for Morocco’s state power and water utility ONEE.
The 14.5MW facility is designed to treat 190,000 tonnes of combined industrial & municipal waste pa., generating enough clean electricity to power 25,000 homes.
Chicago is taking urban development in the US in a brand new direction. The Chicago Lakeside-project is based on the assumption that future generations picture themselves living in a city focused on liveability and sustainability.
Sparsely populated suburbs southwest of Nicosia are being redeveloped to provide a high-quality commercial, residential and retail district for Cyprus’s capital city. The developer's ambitions represent new goals locally for sustainable planning and operation.
With the introduction of new technologies, biofuels could make out a sustainable strategy in the Norwegian aviation industry by 2025. But it takes by-product sales to make it profitable, states Ramboll report.
Ramboll supported Capco in attaining legislative compliance to the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) energy efficiency scheme and UK GHG reporting requirements, meeting environmental objectives and completing performance reporting standards.
Sometimes doing nothing can be the most costly option – both in environmental and financial terms. Representing 3.5 million residents, Jeddah officials have realised that swift action is needed to make the city more liveable in the future. Ramboll established a cost-benefit analysis and crafted a masterplan to ensure future sustainable development for Jeddah.
Ramboll’s engineering and environmental teams helped gain planning consent, while increasing site value and addressing local development objectives.
This master plan will provide the vision and framework for economic, social and government based projects over the next 30 years. The creation of the Fujairah Strategic Masterplan Project is an initiative of the Government of Fujairah and will set a framework for the growth and development of the Emirate of Fujairah until 2040.
Vatnsmyri is an area of 150 hectares located in the heart of Reykjavik, Iceland. It is the last plot of undeveloped land on Reykjavik's narrow peninsula and is occupied by the domestic airport. To retain its historical centre and remain a competitor in the global market, the city has to expand...
Gullbergsvass is one of seven neighbourhoods in central Gothenburg’s port area to be transformed into the attractive new ‘RiverCity’. Ramboll performed a feasibility study for the 90 hectare district as a basis for stakeholder dialogue on the development. RiverCity promises to position Gothenburg as one of the top five cities in Europe for growth potential.
With its unique positioning and an area covering the size of 625 football grounds, Nordhavnen (or Nordhavn) in Copenhagen, Denmark, is Scandinavia's largest and most ambitious city development project for the time being. The overriding vision for Nordhavnen is to become the sustainable city of the future.
Ramboll’s Eco Green City masterplan in Tbilisi, Georgia exhibits cost-efficient infrastructure and world-class liveability for residents.