Sustainable buildings: Small solutions with a big impact
Buildings account for almost one-third of all CO2 emissions worldwide. It's time to act! President and CEO of Danfoss, Kim Fausing, explains how sustainable ...
Water-energy nexus: Untying the Gordian knot
On 1 February, the European Commission unveiled its proposal on updating drinking water rules, with an aim to improve human health, reduce emissions and tackle plastic pollution
Water quality and health are the marquee objectives of the update, as new emerging substances have been added to a list of safety criteria. Authorities dealing with water treatment will only have to treat substances that are common in their area, rather than deal with a long list of generic substances
But the proposal’s quest for transparency is also intended to improve the energy performance of the water sector and losses caused by flawed infrastructure. Both issues have only played a supporting role in European water policies to date.…
the kick-start to your career.
As a new participant in the Danfoss Postgraduate Programme, you have the opportunity to kick-start your career. You won’t be stashed away, but take an active role in four business-critical project assignments and gain experience abroad.
Closing the energy performance gap of buildings
Despite new efficient technologies, the actual performance of the heating, cooling or ventilation system of buildings is often worse than calculations or declarations. The good news is that EU policy makers have just committed to tackle this performance gap in the new energy performance of buildings directive (EPBD), writes André Borouchaki.
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