Sustainability + industry alliances = a window of opportunity.
We are committed to provide technical services for sustainability projects.
“Think green” and “think sustainable” are taking ever stronger root in our awareness. Many governments also recognize that this approach can spur economic and job growth and create a better future in the long term. One such example is Denmark and its “State of Green” partnership supported by the government and under the patronage of Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark. State of Green connects more than 600 Danish businesses, institutions and experts and can match them with the partners they need.
This “sustainability” concept covers many initiatives. One of them is also SIA – Sustainable Industries Alliance, initiated by The Danish Trade Council in North America, Confederation of Danish Industry and the Danish Energy Agency. Its aim is to bring energy-efficient solutions from Denmark to the U.S. market with a particular focus on the food and beverage industry in California.
The participating companies include:
- Bürkert Denmark
- GEA Process Engineering
- Ingeniørfirmaet Poul Tarp
- NOVENCO Building & Industry
We are very excited to be a part of it!
See our profile at State of Green: click here
Whether it’s electrical installation and other technical services like in our case, or other type of business, we believe in conducting it in a manner which achieves sustainable growth whilst demonstrating a high degree of social responsibility.
Read more about our CSR commitment and check our CSR report 2020! click here
About State of Green:
State of Green is a not-for-profit, public-private partnership from Denmark founded in 2008 and it is built between the Danish Government and Denmark’s four leading business associations: Confederation of Danish Industry, the Danish Energy Association, the Danish Agriculture & Food Council and Wind Denmark. It seeks to foster relations with international stakeholders interested in discussing their challenges and to bring into play relevant Danish solutions that enable the green transition.