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As a part of his tour of Danish industry, Minister of Taxation, Karsten Lauritzen, visited ROCKWOOL to hear how a new tax proposal would impact the state’s ability to capture valuable surplus heat from manufacturing for district heating systems.
Behind an award-winning product is an innovation trail that starts in the factory with one important machine and an even more important challenge: How fast can we make it go?
A new report from Denmark’s Ecological Council indicates indoor climate conditions in many Danish day-care institutions are harmful to children’s wellbeing.
Excess heat from ROCKWOOL’s factory in Doense, Denmark provides heat to 750 nearby homes via the municipal heating system. With effective policies, municipalities could capture more than 100 times that from industry, writes Danish newspaper Politiken.
The recent cold rush doesn’t just bring colder weather, it brings serious health and economic challenges for tens of millions of Americans who are living in old, energy inefficient homes.
A new open software platform from Grodan, part of the ROCKWOOL Group, integrates greenhouse data giving growers better insight into their business enabling more efficient cultivation.