Nordic Innovation - 30 Sustainable Nordic Buildings

EcoDataCenter selected as best practice example of sustainable buildings in Nordic countries

EcoDataCenter was presented as one of the best practice examples of sustainable buildings in the Nordic countries in a book published by the Nordic Built program. This was initiated by the Nordic Ministers for Trade and Industry with the aim was to accelerate the development of sustainable building concepts in the Nordic region, and to contribute to the realization of the Nordic region as a leading innovative region in green growth and welfare.

The building projects in the book can be found across the Nordic region and represent different building types. What they have in common, is that they are exemplary in their innovative sustainable use of building concepts, and can serve as inspiration for building owners, architects, client consultants, developers and academia looking for new ways to consolidate a sustainable Nordic built environment.

Sustainia100

EcoDataCenter selected as a top sustainability innovation in SUSTAINIA100

EcoDataCenter was selected as a global top sustainability innovation in the 2015 SUSTAINIA100 study. It features solutions from the forefront of sustainability innovation in 151 countries that were found after reviewing 1500+ projects and businesses on six continents. Innovations that represents paradigm shifts in eco-innovation. SUSTAINIA100 is an annual guide to 100 innovative sustainability solutions from around the world. The guide identifies readily available projects, initiatives and technologies at the forefront of sustainable innovation.

Sustainia is a think tank and consultancy headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, that identify readily available sustainability solutions across the world and demonstrate their potential impacts and benefits in our work with cities, companies, and communities.

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Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences

EcoDataCenter selected as an important achievement in technology

EcoDataCenter was selected as an example of success in research and technology at the annual grand meeting of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA). IVA is made up of decision-makers and experts from business and industry, academia and public administration, and recognizes and rewards important achievements in natural sciences, engineering and economics.