Our goal is to help our customers choose future-proof energy solutions that create value for themselves and for society. We do this by offering tailor-made energy solutions, advising on and subsidising energy efficiency projects and, of course, selling gas at the market price. At the same time, we are turning the gas sector green by being the largest biogas producer in Denmark.
Nature Energy has been on board ever since the inception of natural gas in 1979. We are owned by eight municipalities in Funen, and although our headquarters is in Odense, we are now an energy utility covering all of Denmark. Each year, we deliver more than 300 million m3 of gas to over 55,000 domestic customers and businesses throughout Denmark.
Nature Energy is a biogas pioneer. We see it as our duty to be proactive in Denmark’s transition to green energy, and we consider biogas to be the third pillar in this project, combined with solar and wind power. With four plants, we are Denmark’s leading producer of biogas, each year converting 1,000,000 tonnes of waste, etc., into biogas – enough to heat 30,000 households with sustainable energy. We also supply biogas for cars from a number of filling stations. And we will continue to develop biogas production in cooperation with our partners in sustainable management of waste from households, agriculture and industry.
2017.09.25: The first organic biogas on its way to the natural gas grid in Denmark
Minister of Energy, Utilities and Climate Lars Christian Lilleholt inaugurated the production of the first organic biogas today. This means organic biogas produced from waste products from Axel Månsson’s organic market garden will soon be flowing into the natural gas grid.
2017.09.12: Growth for Denmark’s largest producer of biogas
In the first six months of the year, the Nature Energy group converted 550,000 tonnes of organic waste into biogas, and produced 28.7% more biogas than in the same period last year.
2017.08.28: Start of construction works to make Arla’s production greener
Today, the first sod was turned in the construction of the biogas plant in Videbæk. The plant will convert organic matter into green gas for use at Arla’s three large-scale production facilities in the municipality of Videbæk.
2017.06.13: New agreement: Audi chooses biogas from Denmark
The Nature Energy group has signed an agreement with Audi to replace natural gas in Audi’s gas-powered vehicles in Europe with eco-friendly biogas from Denmark.
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