CO2-neutralitet i sigte
Udover at have nedbragt sit CO2-bidrag med yderligere 14 pct. i 2020 har Aarhus Havn for første gang anvist, hvordan virksomheden vil opnå CO2-neutralitet i 2030. Det fremgår af Aarhus Havns seneste bæredygtighedsrapport, der netop er offentliggjort, at virksomheden i 2020 nedbragte sit CO2-biddrag med 14 pct. til 1787 tons CO2. Ifølge Aarhus Havns driftsdirektør […]
Green power for climate-friendly fuel: It's time to get started!
Pace. Start with smaller projects that can be scaled up. Then we can be up and running as early as 2022. This is how we move Denmark forward on the Power-to-X agenda, says aggressive port director. Danske Havne backs the idea Director of ADP A/S in Fredericia, Rune. D. Rasmussen, does not believe that it requires large, elaborate projects for Denmark to get started with [...].
Port of Grenaa goes all-in on shore power with the purchase of 18 megawatts
The largest installation vessels, ships and rigs are ensured green power at the Port of Grenaa well into the future. The port has just invested in 18 megawatts of shore power and kick-started the establishment of a comprehensive electricity infrastructure that ensures flexible connection options for mobile shore power systems. "At the Port of Grenaa, we have chosen to go "all-in" on shore power. This means that we are upgrading [...].
Newly built freight rail terminal saves over two years of CO2 consumption with recycled materials
At the beginning of the new year, Port of Aalborg inaugurated a new freight rail terminal. During the construction of the terminal, surplus recycled materials were used, resulting in a significant CO2 saving of almost 2,000 tons, corresponding to the port's total energy consumption over two years. To meet the increasing demand for rail freight transportation and provide [...].
Get going, politicians! Blue Denmark wants a green future
We are behind other EU countries, and we usually aren't. Danske Havnes CEO is concerned and has an appeal to Christiansborg Danske Havnes CEO with a clear call: "On Thursday, February 25, I participated as one of a number of presenters in the Danish Parliament's hearing on Power-to-X technology, which can maximize the utilization of [...].
Bornholm could become the world's first energy island
Last month, the Danish Parliament decided to establish the world's first artificial energy island in the North Sea. And the world's first naturally created energy island is also Danish. It is Bornholm. But pace is crucial, says CEO of Danish Ports Denmark is in the lead when it comes to green transition and not least the utilization of wind from the water, which we already did purposefully [...].
CIP plans to build Europe's largest plant to convert wind power into CO2-free fertilizer and CO2-free fuel in Esbjerg
Today, the plan for Europe's largest Power-to-X plant to be built in Esbjerg is announced. The plant will convert offshore wind turbine electricity into CO2-free ammonia, which can be used in the production of CO2-free fertilizer for agriculture and CO2-free green fuel for shipping. At the same time, the surplus heat from the plant will be used to heat up to a third of the households in Esbjerg. [...]
The giants of the blue oceans connect to shore power at the Port of Esbjerg
The first installation vessels from the offshore wind industry have just been connected to the new shore power facilities at the Port of Esbjerg. This means that the giants use green power while at berth, resulting in significant CO2 savings. The port is seeing growing interest among customers, and more shore power systems are on the way. Since January, the installation vessels Sea Installer and Sea Challenger have been able to join [...].
Positive with agreement on energy island
Danish Ports: Positive agreement on energy island With a broad political agreement, the framework for the energy island in the North Sea is now in place. Thus, a cornerstone in the green transition has been laid and Denmark's largest construction project in history is one step further, the Ministry of Climate, Energy and the Environment states in a press release after the agreement was signed on Thursday afternoon. The government has entered into an agreement [...]
Thorsminde Harbour and Thor Offshore Wind Farm have potential for NorSea
When Denmark's largest offshore wind farm Thor starts delivering green wind energy in 2024, NorSea will be in place as base operator for the project. This strengthens the Port of Thorsminde in its development towards an offshore service port. "With NorSea, we get a lot of competencies and new supply chains at the port of Thorsminde. It is a huge benefit that they cover so many [...].