COWI A/S

Year created: 1930 No of staff: 2800

Sources of Funding
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43% - National
15% - Regional
09% - Local
26% - Private
07% - In-house

Address
Parallelvej 2
Kongens Lyngby
DK-2800
Denmark

Phone:
45 45 97 22 11
Fax:
45 45 97 22 12

Web site: http://www.cowi.dk

Primary contact

Section Manager Jens OLE HANSEN
jha@cowi.dk

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General Info

COWI is a privately owned international consulting organisation with the COWI Foundation as the majority shareholder and with headquarter in Denmark. COWI operate worldwide within all principal fields of engineering and related services and has been involved in more than 25,000 projects in 106 countries since the foundation. Their staff comprised graduate engineers, planners, sociologists, biologists, doctors, agronomists, economists and other university graduates. COWI aim to provide the latest state-of-the-art technology and deliver it as complete multidisciplinary engineering solutions, formed in close co-operation with the clients. COWI's comprehensive range of services and multidisciplinary background enable them to satisfy the needs of most clients. Services within rational use of energy, renewable energy systems and sources and transport systems, includes:

  • Participation in research and development projects
  • Feasibility studies, preparation of strategies
COWI's target audience includes major national and international donors as well as the private and public sector.

Areas of expertise include:

  • Dissemination of information
  • Advice on specific energy issues
  • Energy auditing
  • Detailed design
  • Energy management
  • Promotion and transfer of technology
  • Energy efficiency and conservation in industry
  • Energy efficiency in buildings
  • CHP
  • District Heating
  • Wind energy
  • GIS (Geographical Information System)
  • Small and large wind farms
  • Solar energy
  • Energy from Biomass, Biogas, Peat Wood and straw, briquettes
  • Waste-to-Energy
  • Research and development projects
  • Feasibility studies (technical and economic)
  • Energy planning, Energy policy and Energy strategy
  • Evaluation and Appraisal
  • Project management
  • Implementation
  • Capacity Building and Institutional Building
  • Procurement
  • Quality assurance
  • Training
  • Transport