Energy and Building

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The Danish Minister for Climate, Energy and Building presented 21 concrete initiatives which are expected to reduce the heating energy consumption of existing buildings by 35 percent by 2050.  
Post date: 12 Feb 2015
Type: News

Denmark has become more energy efficient. The share of renewable energy is on the increase and greenhouse gas emissions are falling. Energy Statistics for 2012 make for encouraging reading, says Climate, Energy and Building Minister Martin Lidegaard. It proves that things are moving in the right direction.
Post date: 10 Jan 2014
Type: News

Denmark adopted the regular inspections laid down in the Decree number 1104 of 20 September 2007 for the implementation of article 15 of the EPBD.All air-conditioning and ventilation systems of an effective rated output of more than 5 kW are included in the scope of the inspection scheme, except for certain air-conditioning systems for industrial and not for personal use, as well as for systems used less than 500 hours/year.
Post date: 13 Dec 2013
Type: Publication

“Today we set the course for developing a smart energy network that will reduce the cost of converting to sustainable energy, cut electricity bills and create brand new products consumers will welcome,” says Minister of Climate, Energy and Building Martin Lidegaard.Currently leading the EU in research, development and demonstration of smart-grid projects, Denmark can use this holistic new strategy to seize the unique chance to become a global frontrunner in a market expected to be worth billions euro over the next 10 to 15 years.
Post date: 6 May 2013
Type: News

"I'm extremely pleased that we have been able to set up this agreement, and I would like to thank the energy companies for the constructive process and for taking on the task of realising the considerably higher savings targets," said Minister for Climate, Energy and Building, Martin Lidegaard.
Post date: 10 Dec 2012
Type: News