Waste-to-Energy Plant Inspires Innovative Efficiency

Taylor Patterson, 2/3/2021. The clean energy and technology industry thrives on innovation to provide sustainable solutions to some of the world’s biggest efficiency problems. Amager Bakke, a waste-to-energy plant operating in Copenhagen, Denmark, is the epitome of this outside-the-box thinking. Construction of this 4.4-million-square-foot facility began back in 2013 and was completed in 2017, replacing … Read more

Copenhagen on Two Wheels 

cycle to work Copenhagen

Elana Cole, ERS, for Zondits Copenhagen built its first bike lane in 1910, but the bulk of the bike lanes were established within the last 25 years. Today, 50% of the citizens living in Copenhagen choose to commute by bike every day, and it’s not unusual to see people in suits, heels, or skirts comfortably … Read more

Denmark Achieves Wind Production World Record


Denmark Sets World Record For Wind Production Think Progress, January 7, 2015 Denmark has been long been a pioneer in wind power, having installed its first turbines in the mid-1970s when oil shocks sent the import-dependent nation on a quest for energy security. Thirty-seven years later, the country has set a new world record for wind production … Read more

Outdoor Lighting Lab Allows Cities to Preview LED Street Lamps

The lighting lab is complete with a quality test center to verify manufacturer’s claims; a virtual lab, which allows lighting manufacturers and their customers to test potential solutions in different environments; and, of course, the living lab, in which small and large companies alike can showcase their products…