Copenhagen International School, a huge solar façade.

Copenhagen International School, in the Nordhavn district.

 

Copenhagen is considered a global leader when it comes to green energy. Public officers in the U.S. are looking abroad to find inspiration and make their cities more liveable.  The Mayors of Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts, have recently signed an agreement with Copenhagen. The goal is to share ideas to create more sustainable cities.

One of the most iconic buildings recently built in the city is the Copenhagen International School, located in the Nordhavn district. The building features the largest solar façade in the world, with 6,048 square meters. The 12,000 solar glass panels can generate 300 megawatt hours of electricity per year, which represents half of the school’s annual energy needs.

Discover more about this building and Copenhagen’s green strategy in:

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/how-danish-architects-are-creating-worlds-first-carbon-neutral-city/

In Greenovation we are committed to share all the knowledge on sustainable solutions from Copenhagen with public authorities around the world. It is our will to become the link between Denmark and other countries looking to improve the life on their citizens in a environmentally friendly approach.