The Anholt Offshore Wind Farm, which was completed in 2013, is the world's third largest offshore wind farm. The 400 MW wind farm, placed in the Kattegat strait between Jutland and the island of Anholt, produces energy equivalent to the annual energy consumption of 400,000 households, or 4% of Denmark's total power consumption.
Haldor Topsøe A/S is one of the world's leading companies within process technology, research and development in heterogeneous catalysis for oil refineries, chemical production and green tech. Ramboll completed an ambitious and challenging project for their green-field plant in Tianjin, China.
Haldor Topsøe A/S is one of the world's leading companies within process technology, research and development in heterogeneous catalysis for oil refineries, chemical production and green tech. Over a period of 18 months, Ramboll carried out a major stock analysis and stock design project, which optimised Haldor Topsøe’s management of spare parts.
The Great Belt Bridge consists of both a 4-lane 21 km long highway divided into two bridges and a 25 km railway including an 8 km rail tunnel and a 7 km rail bridge. The Great Belt Bridge connects the eastern and western parts of Denmark and is life nerve in the Danish infrastructure and transportation system.
Global Tech I is one of the first offshore wind farms which has been built in the German North Sea. Comprised of 80 wind turbines – each with a capacity of 5 megawatts – the wind farm has an installed total capacity of 400 megawatts which makes it the largest offshore wind farm in German waters.
Ramboll has completed two major Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) projects on one of Vattenfall’s power plants in Denmark.
Hafslund supplies environmentally friendly heat and hot water to large sections of Oslo’s population through its district heating grid. In 2013 Hafslund produced 1.7 TWh (billions of kWh) of district heating, which equals around 20 percent of Oslo’s heating requirements, or the heating needs of around 170,000 households. The company is Norway’s largest supplier of district heating and is responsible for 36 percent of all district heating generated in Norway.
Amager Resource Centre (ARC) is a Danish waste management company with an emphasis on sustainability. Their recycling stations receive more than 800,000 visits a year. ARC’s waste-to-energy facility receives and processes waste from approximately 550,000 residents and 45,000 businesses and in turn delivers electricity and district heating to approximately 150,000 households. The existing waste-to-energy facility is scheduled for decommissioning in 2017, and the facility is being replaced by the world's most modern facility engineered by Ramboll.
CTR is the biggest district heating transmission company in Denmark, and the main objective for CTR is to utilise waste heat from waste-to-energy plants and combined heat and power plants (CHP plants). Ramboll Energy recently performed a maintenance analysis of their organisation and their procedures.
Vestas is the only global energy company dedicated exclusively to wind energy. They have gained a market-leading position with more than 71 GW of installed wind power and more than 49 GW under service globally.