Ramboll has experience of designing a wide range of energy production facilities ranging from conventional power to renewable energy, including bio-energy, wind power, waste-to-energy, solar, geothermal, hydro, tidal and wave energy. Efficiency, cost effectiveness and sustainability are key issues to be addressed when designing, building and upgrading energy installations.
Sleaford renewable energy plant, UK
Ramboll designed the Sleaford facility in Lincolnshire, which is the second commercial straw-burning plant to be built in the UK and co-generates heat and power. We digitally modelled the installation, carried out a contamination assessment and helped to design process equipment.
Read more about Sleaford renewable energy plant.
|Cumnock Anaerobic Digester Plant upgrade feasibility study, UK|
Using expertise gained through working on similar facilities in Sweden, Ramboll prepared a detailed feasibility study for upgrading Cumnock Waste Water Treatment Works’ anaerobic digesters to process organic waste, increasing biogas yields.
Read more about the Cumnock feasibility study.
Biomass power plant in Maabjerg, Denmark
Maabjerg BioEnergy is one of the world’s largest biogas plants, producing approximately 20 million m3 of biogas annually from 600,000 tonnes of biomass. Ramboll was involved with feasibility studies, competitive procurement, management of approvals and environmental impact assessment.
Read more about the biomass power plant in Maabjerg.
Greater Gabbard offshore wind farm, UK
As part of the UK Government's bid to meet EU 2020 renewable energy targets, our energy team is working with Ramboll Denmark to achieve the construction of the world's largest offshore wind farm, with 140 wind turbines.
Read more about Greater Gabbard offshore wind farm.
Lillestrøm solar energy project, Norway
Ramboll Energy was commissioned by Akershus Energi to design Norway’s largest solar heating plant at Lillestrøm, to supply energy for the existing district heating system.
Read more about the solar energy project in Lillestrøm.
Avedøre Power Station, Denmark
Ramboll was involved with the construction and adaptation of Units 1 and 2 at Avedøre Power Station. It uses natural gas, oil, straw and wood pellets to co-generate heat and electricity, and is one of the world's most efficient multi-fuel power plants.
Read more about Avedøre Power Station.
|Biomass: A renewable energy source and an energy solution that is innovative, cost-efficient and carbon neutral.|
Biogas: Produced from biodegradable wastes, biogas can be used for the production of low-carbon heat and electricity and can be upgraded for use as a vehicle fuel.|
Combined heat and power: Rather than rejecting energy as waste heat when electricity only is produced, this energy is exploited in combined heat and power plants.|
Geothermal energy: The underground contains tremendous CO2 neutral energy resources at 70 degrees Celcius or more, making it a renewable energy source worth considering.|
|Hydro, tidal, and wave power|
Hydro, tidal and wave power: The use of water as a source of energy is widespread in the form of hydro power, whereas tidal and wave power still has not been exploited to its fullest potential.|
|Offshore wind energy: Wind is typically included in strategies for growth in renewable energy, and its usage as an energy source keeps growing steadily at 20-30 per cent annually.|
Onshore wind energy: Wind energy is expanding rapidly, and so far more than 100 GW has been installed of which 99 GW is located onshore.|
|Power: Climate change and resource depletion call for innovative thinking and investments in sustainable and energy efficient solutions.|
Solar energy: Solar energy is one of the fastest growing alternative energy sources.|
Waste-to-energy: Waste is turned into climate friendly energy for the benefit of both people and the environment.|
|Using waste as a resource|
|Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas|
Country Manager, Ramboll Energy UK