Clean Energy

Clean energy is a Danish passion. Today, 50% of electricity in Denmark is supplied by wind and solar power.

Wind energy is well-established in Denmark, which long ago decided to put the Danish climate´s constant breezes and blusters to practical use. Now Denmark produces almost twice as much wind energy per capita as the runner-up among industrialized countries in the OECD.

But you may be surprised to hear that wind energy isn't the most widely used renewable energy source in Denmark. First place belongs to bioenergy, followed by wind, solar, and geothermal energy.

Denmark has a target of a 70 percent reduction in CO2 emissions by 2030 (compared to 1990 levels) and 100 percent climate neutrality by 2025.

Never
Conventional

Two trees form heart shape
We are made
in Denmark
Born and raised in Denmark. Long scratches of untouched nature and among the happiest people in the world. More than 60% of the landscape is field used agriculture – a world record too. We are blessed with strong traditions in design, and internationally acknowledged for our welfare system and our high morality and ethical standards.
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Pioneers in
renewable energy
Denmark is an ambitious frontrunner within sustainable and renewable energy, and our country’s wind production exceeds any other OECD country per capita. As a company we naturally take active part in the green agenda, and today, more than two-thirds of our energy consumption derives from bioenergy.
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Based on a
patented process
It’s our vision to deliver high-quality milk that have maximum nutritional value, and a minimum of environmental impact. We use a unique patented technology and process, that extracts proteins directly from fresh milk, using a filtration technology. This means bypassing the entire cheese making process, which leads to a significant reduction in processing – and a better milk.
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Two birds
Danish
Ecology
The first country to introduce a state controlled organic label in 1990, accelerating the demand for cleaner products. Today we are world leading with the largest share of organic products offered, sold, and consumed pr. capita in the world.
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