The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released a new energy master planning guide that aspires to bring the building sector closer to net-zero by highlighting how public communities can benefit from energy planning. Ramboll experts have contributed to this guide for four years with best practices from Denmark.
Anders Dyrelund, Market Manager, has represented Ramboll in developing the guideline, bringing valuable experience from Denmark. He says:
“We are in the middle of a green energy transition, and the question of how to do it in a smart and, most importantly, the affordable way is crucial. With more and more people living in cities, authorities and city planners need to address this question and benefit from smart sector integration in cities. This is exactly where this guide comes in handy, and I am happy that Ramboll was able to contribute with our knowledge from Denmark.
From the article "Ramboll contributes to IEA’s Energy Master Planning toward Net Zero Resilient Public Communities Guide" published at ramboll.com, November 18th, 2021