Danish companies and organizations are at the forefront of green technology and knowhow. As the first country in the world, Denmark has decided to lead the transition and become a green and resource efficient economy entirely independent of fossil fuels by 2050.

In this transition period, it is possible for Denmark to prolong its oil and gas independency, uphold thousands of jobs and retain an industry that is a net contributor to the welfare society if the right measures are put in place for the oil and gas industry.

India’s high GDP growth rates and a rapidly growing middle class have meant a significant increase in the demand for energy. Stable energy and energy efficiency is a high priority on the political agenda in India. The existing power plants are in poor condition due to lack of maintenance, poor management and considerable wastage in transmission of electricity. The electricity sector in India therefore demands expertise, equipment, cables, plants and energy-saving and eco-efficient practices.