Latest Scandinavian Cleantech News

New CleanTech advisor at Danish embassy Singapore

The Embassy of Denmark in Singapore has announced the arrival of their new colleague and CleanTech advisor Mark Perry. Mark has just joined the embassy from a position as Vice President for Business Development & Sales in Asia at the Danish CleanTech company Aquaporin. Mark was responsible for commercialising water treatment solutions within industrial wastewater…

Chinese nuclear company buys majority in Swedish wind farm

China’s CGN has bought the majority of shares in a Swedish windfarm still under construction. When finished, it will be the largest onshore farm in Europe. In the northeast of Sweden, on the western coast of the Bothnian Bay by the town Piteå, a large windfarm is under construction. Actually, it’s among the very largest…

New Vestas turbines order in China

Vestas has secured a 72 MW order for 20 V126-3.45 MW turbines delivered in 3.6 MW Power Optimised Mode. The order is the second Vestas has received for the 4 MW platform in China and the first order of V126-3.45 MW. As China moves towards higher rating turbines, Vestas leverages its extensive experience and capabilities…

Denmark to Singapore Water Week, City Solutions 2018

On 8-12 July a Danish businesses will be in attendance at Singapore International Water Week and World Cities Summit expo with a Danish pavilion. For Danish products and solutions looking to expand sales in South East Asia and China the two events will help in reaching prospects. Singapore is a front runner in urban development…

Danfoss to opens new heating plant in China

The leading heating company of Denmark, Danfoss, has begun operation of a new plant in Anshan city in northeast China’s Liaoning Province. Danfoss has recently begun operation of a new plant in northeast China’s Liaoning Province, according to Xinhua Net. With a price of 26.54 million U.S. dollars the plant wasn’t cheap but as China is seeking greener…

Danish business minister Brian Mikkelsen, delegation visited the Philippines

A Danish delegation headed by The Danish Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, Brian Mikkelsen has visited the Philippines. Along the minister, the Confederation of Danish Industry, Healthcare Denmark, State of Green, The Danish Agriculture & Food Council, Food Nation and the Danish Embassy in Manila participated during 7 – 9 May 2018. The…

Norway, Singapore, Philippines to cooporate on green shipping

On the 26th-27th of April, Norway, Singapore, Germany and the Philippines will host the conference Green Shipping. Blue Business. Moving Forward Together. The conference will deal with the topics of green shipping. The creators of the event describes it as “an opportunity for authorities, businesses and organisations from all ASEM countries to exchange practical experience,…

Eco-city: Denmark engages with Bali’s neighbour Lombok

In connection with the new Strategic Sector Cooperation Work Program for 2018, Head of Energy Cooperation at the Embassy of Denmark in Indonesia and representatives from the Danish Energy Agency visited Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara to discuss their next work program on Lombok Energy Planning. “We are very pleased with the enthusiasm and eagerness for…

Danfoss CO₂ Mobile Training Unit visited in Malaysia

As the applications for CO₂ refrigeration systems expand, there is a need to increase competencies around its use in the industry. To help address this growing need, Danfoss (Denmark) has developed the Mobile CO 2 Training Unit. The Danfoss Mobile Training Unit is packed with CO₂ solutions and interactive learning modules. The unit had travelled…