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Articles | Green Transition

How old rigs can become environmental assets

A growing number of the 600 oil and gas installations in the North Sea are to be decommissioned. The traditional approach is to remove them, but leaving some structures in place is emerging as a sustainable solution, both economically and for marine life.

Articles | Green Transition

Energy storage - a key to the green transition

Giant pools of hot water can help control the supply of solar and wind energy – and thus help fulfil the ambitions of the Paris climate agreement.

Articles | Green Transition

Wastewater is a resource too

As technology improves, experts are recovering energy, nutrients and other valuable things from wastewater. The Walt Disney World Resort has embraced this innovative development.

Articles | Green Transition

Ashes to Ashes - Dust to Recycling

The small Danish company Afatek has a world record in recovering valuable metals and minerals from ashes. Ramboll helped make the process even more efficient.

Articles | Green Transition

Towards a greener waste cycle

The increasing pressure on resources makes it clear that waste must be turned into a resource in a circular economy – an economy that only functions optimally if it includes recycling as well as energy recovery.

Articles | Natural Resources

Forming foundations for the future

The global wind industry continues to break records for new investments and capacity, but high costs remain a major challenge. As the fastest-growing part of the sector, the offshore wind industry is finding new ways to design smarter turbine foundations to help ensure a renewable – and affordable – future.

Articles | Natural Resources

Smart extension of platform lifetime

High-tech measurements can minimise the cost of maximising recovery from existing oil and gas fields. “Ground-breaking technology,” says a professor at the Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre.

Articles | Urban Life

The skyscraper of the future is made of wood

Timber structures result in shorter construction programmes, lighter buildings, and smaller foundations. On top of this, they reduce carbon emissions significantly.

Articles | Green Transition

Weather forecast: More permanent droughts

Much less rain and snow has become the norm in many areas around the world. The latest studies conclude that California will be among the regions hardest hit by water scarcity. We may not be able to control the weather, but with engineering we can control how water flows.

Articles | Green Transition

We cracked it! Waste-to-Energy heat pumps.

Until now, no waste-to-energy plant in Denmark has used heat pumps to boost flue gas condensation and recover heat. No one believed it could be done cost-effectively. However, the design team at Ramboll Energy had other ideas.

Articles | Green Transition

Greening energy plants

Heat and power plants are being converted from coal to biomass, especially in Northern Europe. President Obama’s Clean Power Plan will probably enhance the transition process in the USA. However, going green also poses its challenges.

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