Converting Amager power plant to biomass Completing the transition to renewable sources at a thermal power plant initially powered by fossil fuels The city of Copenhagen aims to be the world’s first carbon-neutral capital. To meet this target, HOFOR, which provides district heating and electricity to more than 500,000 Copenhagen residents, decided to complete the […]
Aalborg University Hospital’s thalassothermal system Using lake water to heat and cool a new hospital The cement manufacturer Aalborg Portland uses massive quantities of chalk in its production process. Many excavations have over time formed a chalk lake at the company’s facilities, and this now provides district cooling for the new Aalborg University Hospital. The […]
Creating the first Danish school to be awarded the Nordic Swan label
The iconic Amager Bakke plant The unique combined facility of a household waste-to-energy plant with recreational areas An exceptional building by virtue of its striking steel structure, Amager Bakke waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen stands out both for its incineration and energy generation capacities, and for its urban integration and greening approach. This heat and power […]
Renewing design standards for healthcare facilities
Improving passenger flow and reception
A cutting-edge tool for planning mobility
Building multimodal mobility in a new district of Copenhagen.
An athletes’ village designed for conversion at the end of the Games.
A visionary concept for modular, sustainable and low-carbon housing