Year: 2022

Technical Assistance for Projects related to biofuels, biomass and biochar

Posted on: March 29, 2022

We are thrilled to announce that we have won another request under ‘the Framework Contract for EIB Advisory Services (EIBAS) inside and outside the EU’ together with NTU. This project will focus on Bioenergy and Bioenergy Conversion Facilities in Europe.

The project will assess the potential of biofuels, biomass and biochar; a plant-based material used as fuel to produce heat or energy which can be used as a more sustainable and reliable energy source. Expected challenges lie in the scalability, cost efficiency and impact of this energy shift.


EU-Viet Nam Sustainable Energy Transition Programme Facility

Posted on: March 29, 2022

DEM A/S is happy to announce that we will partake in the implementation of the contract ‘EU-Viet Nam Sustainable Energy Transition Programme’, which will provide support to the EU-Viet Nam Sustainable Energy Transition Programme (SETP) and to the EU support to the energy sector in Viet Nam. The Facility will contribute to improved energy efficiency; a larger share of renewable energy in the energy mix; and improved performance of the Viet Nam Energy Information System.

The Facility is funded by the European Commission and managed by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) in Vietnam. DEM is part of the Stantec-led consortium, and our focus areas will be energy efficiency and the inclusion of the SDGs in the transition programme.


Sustainable production with Danish technology

Posted on: January 10, 2022

Promotion of energy efficiency and decarbonizing the energy supply, through the use of renewable energy, are the two ways to reduce carbon footprint and increase Sustainability practices. Danish Energy Management A/S, together with the Trade Council in Turkey, are

currently assessing opportunities for promotion of Sustainability practices in a textile manufacturing plant in Turkey owned by Danish United Textile Group (UTG) located in Erbaa Organized Zone.

How much more sustainable can the production be made using existing Danish technology?

And how soon will the investment be paid off and generate financial and environmental savings for UTG and for Turkey?

That’s what we intend to find out using this real-world experience – hoping to inspire others to follow suit! Final results are expected early 2022. So stay tuned for updates!