Danfoss combines a comfortable and healthy indoor climate with energy and cost savings, and protection of the environment. Thinking about the indoor climate is really about the future of the outdoor climate. While meeting the global climate challenge, Danfoss’ products also contribute to human productivity and well-being indoors by optimizing heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to suit individual needs and lifestyles.
The REMA 1000 supermarket in Trondheim, Norway stands out from most other grocery stores. It is 100% green and equipped with an innovative solution from Danfoss that will help the store obtain energy savings of 30%.
In 2011-2012, an energy-efficient project unique to the Russian utilities complex was implemented. In Tomsk in Russia 100% of the kindergarten's heat and hot water are supplied via geothermal heat pumps from Danfoss. This makes it the first Russian kindergarten having the energy efficiency class "A".
The small village Großbardorf in Germany generates electrical energy from photovoltaic (PV) solar panels, as well as from a biogas co-generation plant and sells the surplus power.