Responsible Operations

The Energi Danmark Group has an overriding Environment and Climate Policy with a specific focus on energy and water consumption, and waste handling. We work to reduce the energy consumption in our own operations and we handle our waste in a sound way with respect for the environment.

Since 2014, we have been certified in accordance with ISO 14001 and have implemented quality and environmental policies in order to identify all environ-mental impacts, including ensuring the proper handling of significant environmental aspects and to ensure on-going identification of new aspects.


In general, the energy business is much regulated, and there are high demands on transparency. We are meeting the demands as part of our corporate social responsibility.

Transparency is key in maintaining fair competition and good business ethics. Each year, we publish the most important events in our annual report, both positive and negative. Similarly, we inform on an ongoing basis about current events on websites and in newsletters. Due to our issuance of corporate bonds, we are also obliged to publish all relevant news on the First North exchange.


Electricity consumption

Our headquarters in Aarhus is located in a sustain-able building from 2011. The building was awarded a gold medal in the EU standard for sustainable buildings DGNB, and the distinction ‘Very Good’ under the British standard BREEAM.

All of our offices are sub-leases of larger offices. Therefore, we do not have so many opportunities to minimise our energy consumption. We have, of course, chosen new and energy-efficient buildings that do not use so much energy. Instead, we focus on all our energy coming from renewable energy. In 2019, renewable energy accounted for 84.5% of our total electricity consumption. For 2020, we will have a goal of ensuring that 90% of our electricity consumption is renewable.

In 2019, we have set up a smart meter in the Norwegian office in Oslo to measure the exact use.  This has led to a more accurate and much higher result than previously, but the result remains uncertain as the proportion of common areas, such as the cafeteria, are estimates.