About House of Energy
House of Energy is the Danish energy cluster for sustainable energy technologies, who works with electricity, gas and heat in the entire value chain from producing, distribution and delivering the energy to the consumer. House of Energy’s particular position of strength is integrated energy systems, as we include all types of energy utilities. House of Energy goes in depth with five areas of focus: Wind power, district heating, green gasses, energy efficient solutions and integrated energy systems.
The cluster includes both manufactures and distributors of renewable energy. This also includes energy relating subcontractors – large and small, as well as established companies and startups. We believe in partnerships across size and technologies.
House of Energy connect businesses with the research world, utility companies, municipalities, investors and other actors with an interest in energy. We offer a variety of benefits including networking events, conferences, access to the latest knowledge about different forms of energy, business opportunities, matchmaking and network expansion.
In House of Energy, we work to strengthen the growth in our members’ companies. Our goal is to create new products and solutions, more companies and jobs, as well as increase turnover and export.
House of Energy can promise you:
- A single point-of-entry and overview of the competences and resources within the field of energy in Denmark.
- A business partner dedicated to helping actors in Denmark out in to the world, and bringing the world to Denmark.
You are always welcome to contact us. Cluster Manager Preben Birr-Pedersen is ready to tell you about House of Energy. firstname.lastname@example.org / +45 2080 8263
House of Energy is part of the SmartCity Tech partnership.
Methanol – an important part of the future energy system
Methanol is an area of great interest for House of Energy. Why? Because we believe, it is an important and necessary element of the future energy system. The breakthrough for methanol is just around the corner: the technology is there and political framework conditions are favorable.
Methanol is a flexible fuel that can be produced from a number of renewables such as biogas, hydrogen and wind energy. Methanol will play an important role in the future energy system as it can act as a replacement for gasoline and diesel and thereby reduce CO2 emissions from the transport sector.
House of Energy work with five focus areas