• Organization TypeDevelopment Consulting
  • Staff26-50
  • HeadquartersDenmark
  • Founded2015

Danish Energy Management & Esbensen

With the merger of Danish Energy Management and Esbensen Consulting Engineers in June of 2015, Danish Energy Management & Esbensen became an industry leader with an expanded expert base and more than 100 years of combined experience. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen (DEM-ESB) focuses on energy policy projects, monitoring & evaluation (OECD-DAC criteria), physical projects on urban development plans, new construction and energy renovation of buildings. The sustainable and cost effective results delivered by DEM-ESB provide customer solutions both nationally and internationally. Their passion for energy is translated into sustainable and affordable solutions for their customers because of their approach and prioritization of energy resources. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen services include, among others: -Implementation of RE, EE and DSM projects mainly in Denmark, Southeast Asia, Africa, and across Europe -Sustainable energy design of new buildings (Integrated Energy Design) -Sustainability management & measurement -Programming, project identification, design and appraisal of energy projects -Overall Energy Planning and Energy Economics -Human resource development programs and Capacity Building in energy related issues -Energy legislation and energy regulation -Economic / financial evaluation and analysis of energy infrastructure systems and energy projects, including pre-feasibility and feasibility studies, implementation modalities; and -Monitoring and evaluation of projects and programs in accordance with OECD-DAC criteria The last point above, Monitoring and Evaluation, is a special feature that developed in the 1990s and has continued ever since. These services go beyond the energy sector and in fact cover almost all sectors within development aid. This service is provided under the company name Danish Management. Their history is green: The roots of Danish Energy Management date back to 1986 when Frantz Longhi founded Dansk Energi Management, focusing on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency for designing, planning and implementing projects in Denmark. In the first few years of operation, these major turnkey energy projects totaled approx. EUR 75 million, contributing to the rapidly increasing energy awareness of the time, and focusing on the alternatives that were available with relation to energy savings and renewable forms of energy generation. DEM first got involved with international energy projects in 1992, providing energy policy recommendations and advice to economic ministries in the Baltic region. Over time DEM gradually became more involved in international energy projects, and was in fact one of the first companies to implement Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) in Central and Eastern Europe. These assignments went on to create environmentally friendly energy efficiency projects, and included renewable energy, energy efficiency for production and buildings, as well as fuel conversion and heat infrastructure modernization. In 1995 DEM began Monitoring & Evaluation projects in the energy sector, and later in all sectors including environment, agriculture and education. Then in 1999, subsidiaries were established in Thailand and Malaysia, providing advisory services and technical assistance to governments. In connection with this, DEM worked on DANIDA funded Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects, with the purpose of preparing Malaysian project owners for emission reductions according to the rules of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Services included screening, baseline studies and project design. For over a decade the company worked in global partnerships for development with institutions like the European Commission, Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DANIDA), and the UNDP. Since this time, the company has expanded its scope of operations as well as its geographical boundaries to include Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. In Denmark, Danish Energy Management contributes with a long consulting tradition working, in particular, with the Danish Energy Agency and the Danish municipalities and regions, with energy planning, energy management, ESCO and quality assurance. Abroad Danish Energy Management has placed a major focus on energy projects worldwide, mostly within the field of Renewable Energy (RE), Energy Efficiency (EE), Demand Side management (DSM), Rural Energy, Energy policy and Energy Legislation. The roots of Esbensen date back to 1947 in Sønderborg where the company was started by an engineer and teacher at a technical school for craftsmanship, Henry Mortensen. In 1960, engineer Jørgen Esbensen joined the company, then operating under the name Mortensen & Esbensen. Henry Mortensen left the company in 1967 when he retired, and Jørgen Esbensen continued the company as a personal company. Integrated Energy Design has a long tradition as a core competence and hallmark of the company, including participating with dialogue and creative advice right from the start of the building process, allowing the best holistic solutions to be found. As a post-graduate student Torben Esbensen in 1974 became the project manager for the design of a Zero Energy House at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), which was one of the first passive buildings designed and built in Europe. This DTU Zero Energy House became the inspiration for subsequent decades of big developments in low energy buildings, passive houses and plus energy houses. The DTU Zero Energy House was recognized for the prominent role that it played in building design when civil engineer Torben Esbensen, son of Jørgen Esbensen, was presented with the international Pioneer Award for Passive House Design over three decades later. In 1977, based on the interests and experience from the DTU Zero Energy House, Torben Esbensen established a department of Esbensen A/S in Copenhagen. The department would deal primarily with energy, and renewable energy in particular. After the passing of his farther in 1978, Torben Esbensen took over leadership of both the department in Copenhagen and Sønderborg. Additional offices were subsequently opened in Aarhus in 2006, and Oslo, Norway in 2008. Esbensen A/S has a long tradition of offering advisory and planning of environmentally sustainable energy design, HVAC, ventilation, lighting and electricity supply. Esbensen is known internationally to be a specialist, and a preferred collaborator in the field of energy design, renewable energy, daylight, natural ventilation and indoor climate. Projects have included environmentally sustainable high-rise buildings and large residential buildings, offices, hotels, educational and cultural institutions, sports facilities, industrial buildings and hospitals.
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Careers

Staff at Danish Energy Management & Esbensen have experience in

Sectors

  • climate change
  • solar / wind / biofuels
  • development
  • public administration
  • conservation

Countries

  • worldwide
  • united states
  • south africa

Skills

  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • international experience

Experience

Contract Awards

Procurement of Consulting Services on Policy Implementation

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

Climate Action in the Southern Neighbourhood

EC - Directorate General International Cooperation and Development (DEVCO - EuropeAid)

Teaching Energy Management

Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA)

Teaching Energy Management in the Yunnan Province

Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA)

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Company Offices

  • Denmark (headquarters)
  • Vestre Kongevej 4-6, Viby J.
  • Malaysia
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • 37-1 The Capsquare, 2 Persiaran Capsquare
  • Thailand
  • Bangkok
  • Ploenchit Center Ground fl. Elite Office Sukhumvit Soi 2, Klongteoy
  • Denmark
  • Sonderborg
  • Kongevej 58
  • Denmark
  • Copenhagen
  • Galionsvej 64
  • United States
  • New York
  • Grand Central Tech 335 Madison Avenue, 4th Floor