Requirements for a low carbon footprint, an increasingly complex energy system and fast technological developments characterise the reality that the energy sector is facing today and tomorrow. Authorities, cities, industry and energy producers and providers are all on a path to decarbonisation and a smart energy system.
Ramboll is gaining momentum on the Asian offshore wind market. The Danish engineering company has secured five new contracts for offshore wind farms located in Japan, China, Taiwan and South Korea, and opens new office in Tokyo to secure a more permanent footprint in the region and serve its clients better.
The Climate Change Committee’s report to parliament on progress in reducing emissions and adapting to climate change highlights a pattern of delayed policies and launched policies falling short on ambition and delivery. With the assessment offering more than 200 policy recommendations, we discuss some of the report’s key findings that need to act as the impetus for action.
The energy sector is shifting from a system based on fossil fuels to one exploiting renewable energy. As sustainable society consultants, we help our clients think, design and implement their green transition based on an understanding of the interaction between the different sectors and technologies and in-depth technical insight into each of the elements of the integrated energy system.Read about our approach and solutions
Amager Bakke delivers energy from waste, recycling and recovery with an innovative and recreational touch.A net energy efficiency of 107% is expected
With True Digital Twins, operation and maintenance costs of offshore structures such as platforms and wind turbines can be reduced and decisions on whether to extend their lifetime can be based on a genuine understanding of the structures. This is intelligent asset management. Watch video here.
To optimise the design of wind foundations and turbines, engineers need a platform for fast, robust and cloud-based data storage and execution. Ramboll has teamed up with Google Cloud to improve its in-house wind software in this area.