Ministerial visit in Holland
24 May 2018
Last week when VisBlue took part in Lab Vlilands fossil-free trade mission, we were given the opportunity to introduce a very interested Danish Minister of Environment and Foodstuff, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, to how we can contribute to a Green Transformation. The Minister was attentive to the potential in storing energy for multiple purposes and had a good chat with our newest board member Søren Niebuhr.
VisBlue sees the mission as an interesting experience to look at energy storage on a small scale on the Wadden islands.
Furthermore, it is interesting to talk about energy storage in the Netherlands because of their initiatives in sustainable solutions. The other Dutch and German startups and participants at the trade mission are excellent examples of a many-faced involvement in sustainability.
Island hopping in Holland
17 May 2018
This week Søren Niebuhr is representing VisBlue at the world’s first fossil-free trade mission in the Dutch Wadden Sea. The trade mission is hosted by Lab Vlieland.
Together with 14 other sustainability startups from the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark, VisBlue is island hopping between 3 islands. Here we will present our solution for sustainable energy storage, as well as meet and greet other innovative startups.
The trip will be concluded Friday with the presentation of a manifesto for the trilateral trade mission.
Increasing your return on investment
8 May 2018
The initial price is often what the economic focus of new buildings revolves around. People still cling to the belief that sustainable solutions are too expensive, and therefore a commercially infeasible investment.
However, new international data now shows that calculating the ROI by solely looking at the initial price is inadequate due to the fact that sustainable building are able to yield a substantially higher return on investment than unsustainable solutions.
Back in January, COWI announced that they have developed a new calculation method for the ROI, which includes long term parameters increasing return, exit value and lowering risk.
This is all something VisBlue can proudly help realize. The initial investment of our energy storage solution permits higher return on investment over time and it furthermore boosts other sustainable solutions in the building which benefits both investor and tenants.
Cradle to Cradle - Win, win, win
8 March 2018
Here at VisBlue, we constantly put an effort into optimizing our product and business, and one of the things that we're currently working on is creating a more circular economy for our business to the benefit of our customers, us in VisBlue and the environment.
When we ensure to take this into account, our customers don’t have to.
VisBlue has been granted funds from EU to start our own “Rethink Business” Project. Along with funding, we’ve been granted an external consultant to help formulate, how we can implement the ‘Cradle to Cradle’ mindset into our business case.
Sponsoring Olympian prospects Ida and Marie
1 March 2018
VisBlue is now the proud sponsor of the sailors Ida and Marie (picture). The girls will compete in the 49er FX category at the World Championships in Aarhus this summer.
Their greatest goal is to qualify for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo and with the financial backing of VisBlue they are one step closer to reaching this goal.
Click here to read more on how the girls as well as VisBlue benefit from this collaboration:
Packed and prepared for Energy Storage 2018 13th - 15th of March
28 February 2018
In less than two weeks, you will find us at our stand at the Energy Storage 2018 Fair in Düsseldorf, Germany. We will be your hosts by the stand in Hall 8b Stand B10.
Preparations are in order, and the team is looking forward to meeting new clients and partners as well as seeing what's new among our fellow energy storagers. You will be able to see our showcase demo-battery in action as well as joining us for a talk. We're excited!
Educating excursion for young students
26 February 2018
How do you amplify knowledge and interest in renewable energy?
And how do you convey the necessity of energy conservation?
We believe that introducing young students to new technologies and letting the students experience new concepts of traditional energy grids, can be a way of boosting green energy.
With support from the " NRGi's Værdipulje", we've invited schools in NRGi's energy grid area in Denmark to experience, how we aim to create viable courses for a greener future.
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