Subsupplier races time to execute "double green" business strategy

One percent at a time: Banking hard on upgrading older wind turbines, Danish power control system supplier Deif continues its efforts to optimize one of the main engines of climate change mitigation.

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For decades now, energy management specialist Deif has worked to optimize power production for its customers both on land and at sea. Now with the green transformation focusing on energy optimization and sector integration seriously breaking through, the company can take somewhat of a breather.

"We don't need to develop anything new. So, we're very pleased with the development that's taking place. 15 years back, we were also talking about fuel optimization – but were alone in doing so," says Christian Nielsen, appointed group chief executive in early September this year.

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