Built in 1908, Copenhagen’s historic Grundtvigs Hus was the first building in Denmark to be made with concrete floors. Today, the property is slated to become a first-of-its-kind lighthouse project for green energy systems.
Commissioning for Cytiva's new integrated energy solution has been completed with 200 kW of installed heat output.
(Jyllands-Posten) If Denmark is to remain at the forefront of the green transition, we need to get rid of some of the bureaucracy and create better administrative conditions for the transition to green technologies.
The 130-year-old building is undergoing a complete renovation which includes the implementation of a brand new integrated energy system. The project will result in significant reductions in the hotel’s operating expenses and carbon footprint.
Energy Machines is proud to have played a role in making Sandvik Coromant’s factory in Katowice, Poland more energy efficient. The successful collaboration has led to the signing of a new contract which will further the factory's environmental initiatives through the design of a borehole thermal energy storage system.
Energy Machines announces its first major project win in the U.S. as solution provider on low-carbon retrofit project for 345 Hudson Street, New York. The public-private partnership between Hudson Square Properties and NYSERDA is one of the four Empire Building Showcase projects to help accelerate New York's progress toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions 85% by 2050.
Nordjyske recaps the impact of the urgency for a global green transition and how green energy technologies like ATES can help pave the way to a greener future.
Energy Machines announced it has closed its acquisition of Enopsol, Denmark's leading provider of groundwater-based geothermal energy systems. The acquisition extends Energy Machines' portfolio of energy systems technology and furthers market reach.
Since 2010, Energy Machines has been working to transform buildings from climate problems into climate solutions. In that time, we have come from a small team of energy rebels to an expanding group of specialists focused on transforming buildings together with future-minded clients.
Energy Machines’ integrated system at Kv Sändaren 1 in Malmö has been in operation for over four years. Having lowered their yearly energy consumption from 81 kWh/m² to 19 kWh/m², we are pleased to report a sustained 76.5% decrease in the building’s need for purchased energy.
At this office complex in Danderyd, Sweden, the integrated energy system provides 1.2 MW energy and completely eliminates the need to purchase district heating and cooling and while reducing energy consumption by 85%. The property, called Triangle 5, includes 30,000 square meters with offices, hotels and restaurants.
Real estate energy use accounts for 28% of the world’s CO2 emissions. We can already change that today. On June 11 in Gothenburg, Energy Machines presents the solutions that provide both environmental and economic benefits to property owners around Sweden.
Energy Machines had only one week to prove that they could install a better ventilation system than the competitor at the Arena Hotel in Uppsala. The solution won and today the hotel consumes half as much energy as similar buildings.
On the roof of Frölunda Torg solar cells are installed. In the basement a ground layer is drilled where energy is stored. In this way, the energy is recycled throughout the year.
Cooler gym, warmer pool and reduced moisture risk – with significantly less energy consumption. Win-win-win was the result when Energy Machines together with Umeå Energi and Balticgruppen Fastigheter built a heat-cooling ventilation solution that saves about 30% of the energy at the IKSU Spa in Umeå.
When less money is spent on heating and cooling, resources are released to care. At Norrland’s University Hospital, energy machines’ total solution saves millions of SEK per year, through heat pumps and control systems interacting with a large ground layer.
How does Energy Machines’ heat pump help Stockholm International Fairs win the battle for major international events? Real estate manager Leif Dahllöf explains how it works in a new film.
D. Carnegie & Co restores the million areas program and invests billions of dollars in saving energy. Thanks to Energy Machines’ geo-energy system with sub-cooling technology, the investment makes a big difference.
In Wallenstam’s property at Avenyn in Gothenburg, a ClimateMachines unit supplies the entire district with heating, cooling and ventilation.Premiere! Energy Machines is now launching a film campaign where our customers show how they save energy, money and sustain the environment through sustainable energy systems.