Danish multinational engineering group Danfoss is to partner with a Danish heat network to use artificial intelligence (AI) to improve building efficiency.
Organizations shouldn’t solely view ESG initiatives through the lens of compliance, writes Rajan Sethuraman, chief executive of LatentView Analytics, arguing that ESG improvements directly impact the bottom line and can be a key driver of financial success.
Jakob Jul Jensen head of business development, data center vertical at Danfoss, explains that we should use the excess heat generated by data centers to make waste heat reuse economically advantageous for all involved.
A new analysis by Danfoss found that the demand-side flexibility technology alone can achieve annual societal cost savings of €10.5 billion by 2030, cut consumer energy bills and save CO2 emissions.
According to the Energy Efficiency Movement (EEM), the adoption of just ten existing solutions could prevent 11% of global carbon emissions by 2030 while saving $437 billion per year.
Many consider net zero 2050 an immense investment opportunity, but there are few comprehensive analyses of exactly its size. New research suggests that institutions well prepared to embark on net zero pathways will be able to take full advantage of decarbonisation-focused policy shifts and avoid being stuck with stranded assets.
viboo uses a combination of machine learning methods and building physics to improve building efficiency.
Kestrix is a retrofit management startup that helps housing providers, local governments and energy utilities map how heat is lost across portfolios or cities of buildings at once.
Andrea Voigt, head of global public affairs, industry affairs & communication at Danfoss Climate Solutions, explains what governments and companies need to do to implement sustainable cooling amid rising temperatures.
Danfoss has opened a new Application Development Center at its flagship energy-efficient ‘Smart Store’. The store operates at over 50% higher efficiency (and lower cost) than traditional approaches and the opportunity for external applications to be trialled only increases the chances of efficiency improvements.