Luxembourg and Denmark exchange tips and tricks on energy efficiency
(MSS) At an energy convention at Neumünster Abbey on Wednesday, the Danish embassy, myenergy and the Ministry of Economy and Foreign Trade met to exchange experiences with green solutions.
Well known for its green aspirations and bikes and aiming to become the first carbon neutral city in the world by 2025, Copenhagen has already implemented green solutions in large scale, which has proved to have significant effects on CO2 emissions.
It seems Luxembourg is looking to learn a thing or two from the Scandinavian country, as a hundred people gathered in the Grund to attend an energy convention that put focus on mechanisms requiring energy efficiency and certification of sustainable construction.
As Green building is gaining more and more ground in both countries as it's a good investment for the climate, the economy and our well-being, Danish and Luxembourgish experts presented examples of different green solutions to the parties present - perhaps hoping that Luxembourg would take up the challenge of becoming a carbon neutral capital too.