The four “Business Angels” and experienced profiles in the energy sector, Anders Brandstrup, Peter Maagøe Petersen, Henrik Dalsgaard and Kurt Bjørkvik, each purchased three percent of Dall Energy.
“As part of our clear strategy change, where we now go to the market as a construction company, where we supply complete biomass plants, it has been natural to get branch-heavy profiles into the group of owners. In each area, they can add unique knowledge about the market and project implementation, so from the start, we have the right go-to-market strategy”, explains Jens Energy, Jens Dall Bentzen, Founder and CEO at Dall Energy.
Supplier of finished plants
Dall Energy has its headquarters in Hørsholm and has developed a multi-fuel furnace that transforms organic material such as garden waste to heat energy.
With the capital expansion, Dall Energy has implemented a strategic change in which, in addition to drawings, advice and planning, the company is now also able to deliver complete plants. This also means that, in a few months, Dall Energy has gone from one to six employees.
Wants to join the trip
By the end of 2018, a large part of the subsidies to district heating companies using natural gas fired plants no longer apply. Therefore, they are already looking for alternative solutions, so that consumers’ heat prices can be kept low.
“With Dall Energy’s strategic change and a unique product, there is a huge potential, including export markets. Environmental solutions in the energy sector have political focus, so it’s an exciting journey that starts now, and I would like to take part”, says Kurt Bjørkvik, one of the four Business Angels.
Dall Energy gets many queries from domestic and international heating plants, and Jens Dall Bentzen is experiencing great interest and demand from all over the world.
“Our furnace is unique because it is the only one on the market that uses gasification in the combustion process, thereby producing one of the world’s most environmentally friendly plants. Therefore, I expect that in the coming years we will grow by between 30-50 percent annually”, explains Jens Dall Bentzen.
Source: Energy Supply