The meetings followed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Denmark and Scotland to collaborate on low carbon heat, heat networks and energy efficiency in buildings.
This agreement will support the Scottish Government’s aims to reduce CO2 emissions by 80 per cent by 2050, with significant reductions in energy consumption and carbon emissions by 2032.
Mr Christian Lilleholt said: “The Scottish Government is clearly ambitious in the low carbon energy and climate area. I am very pleased to sign this new cooperation agreement, which I hope will support Scotland's green conversion with Danish energy solutions based on our 40 years of experience.”
SAV Systems is a leader in facilitating low carbon solutions for the UK, often adapting and applying technologies and techniques that have been tried and tested in Denmark. The company’s Danish partners include Danfoss, EC Power, Airmaster and Kamstrup.
SAV Systems’ low carbon energy centre in Manor Place, Edinburgh is equipped with working versions of its products, including LoadTracker CHP, Danfoss FlatStation heat interface units and AirMaster Smart Ventilation Units.