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During the last 3 years CLEAN has worked on an innovative approach to the internationalization of Danish companies and organizations. This has led to the development of a new internationalization model - The Competitiveness Amplification Model. A new approach to the world's climate and environmental challengesThree years ago, CLEAN and…
With 2.8 tonnes CO2 per person annually, Copenhagen’s carbon emissions measured per capita is now one of the lowest among the European capitals. Copenhagen is well on target to become the world’s first carbon-neutral capital in 2025. In 2014, Copenhagen had reduced its carbon emissions by 31% compared to 2005…
Maersk Fluid Technology has invented a technology for 2-stroke engines that better addresses the needs of today's operational challenges, like slow-steaming, fuel switches and oil cleanliness. It also reduces cylinder oil consumption by up to 40% and recycles all the lube oils onboard instead of oil disposal. “It started purely…
Since the turn of the year, ships have had to comply with new and stricter environmental requirements. As a result, the amount of harmful sulphur in the air over Denmark has more than halved. An 'artificial nose' fitted on the Great Belt Bridge is checking whether ships are complying with…
The International Water Association (IWA) has just chosen Denmark as the host destination for the world congress World Water Congress & Exhibition in 2020. With 5,000 participants, this congress is the largest of its kind, which entrenches Denmark’s leading position within water technology. Copenhagen is going to host the World…
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