It’s not just a fancy thought or a subheading in a strategy document.
It’s a key aspect of our way of doing business.
And of our way of leaving a positive and permanent impression on the local community, and on the planet.
There is no planet B – so there’s no room for a “Plan B”.
We’re not novices when it comes to the green transition – or the green mindset, for that matter.
Since 2004 we’ve been advising companies on how to make better, greener decisions about their projects and solutions.
However, even though we’ve been doing this for a while now, we still have a long way to go with our own initiatives.
We’re not afraid to speak our mind.
Nor are we afraid to look in the mirror.
There are many things we could do better.
But we have to start somewhere.
For example, we’ve started work on a project focused on biodiversity around our office in Odense.
And we’ve bought a number of electric vehicles to enable some of our staff to travel the highways and byways without generating carbon emissions.
It may not be huge, but it’s green – and it’s a step in the right direction.
Nærvarme Danmark was founded to contribute to the green transition by supplying heat pumps on subscription in all parts of Denmark. They currently have 2,500 heat pumps installed all over the country, with full service subscriptions
Bankdata is one of the biggest IT companies in Denmark. They build up everything that has to do with banks. From the banking app on your smartphone to Denmark’s financial infrastructure. The company is owned