These are tough times for offshore wind in Europe, but wind farm performance figures are a reminder of the sector’s exciting potential.
Denmark makes up for a less windy year with added capacity, and wind energy climbs to one-third of electricity consumption.
On a small Danish island a group of potato farmers have turned into power brokers, owning the wind turbines that have made their island a net energy producer.
The UN City is expected to become one of Denmark’s most energy efficient buildings, with a minimum goal of LEED Gold.
BIG’s design for a whimsical museum dedicated to the Danish toy looks like, well, a big pile of overlapping Lego bricks, complete with the round “studs.”
Denmark’s Upcycle House includes an impressive number of uses for recycled materials that have been value-added to improve performance and reduce CO2 emissions.
With its Iceberg project, Denmark’s second city acquires a waterfront skyline that the world will recognize.
Northern Europe’s largest aquarium has just reopened to the public in an imaginative new building.
Denmark’s figure-8 Gemini Residences is a successful example of the adaptive reuse of former industrial storage silos. But not all silo conversions are created equal.
With more than 1 million square feet of planned lab space, the new ESS research campus in will be as environmentally friendly as possible to protect the region’s notable biodiversity.