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Companies and the EU Regional Development Fund make Denmark greener

The EU Regional Development Fund invests in green transition in Danish companies. In seven short videos, we put the spotlight on some of the companies that have received funding to develop and restructure their business in a green and sustainable direction – for the benefit of both the bottom line and the climate.


From 2014 to 2020, the EU Regional Development Fund has invested a total of DKK 287 million in green initiatives in Denmark, and a similar amount has been invested with national funds. These initiatives help both municipalities and companies to get started with a green transition – a transition that is otherwise often difficult to get started for small and medium-sized companies.

But with support from the EU Regional Development Fund, the companies have received funding e.g. to create a green business plan that paves the way for more sustainable production with lower CO₂ emissions and a better bottom line.

Seven videos from companies across the country

Our short videos offer an insight into the difference that funding from the EU Regional Development fund has made for several Danish companies in the various business hub areas.

Read more about the companies and find the videos here:

Aalborg Vognmandsforretning makes Northern Jutland greener

Sika Footwear makes Central Jutland greener

Fredericia Spildevand & Energi makes Southern Jutland greener

PA Savværk makes Funen greener

Dansk Celleglas makes Zealand greener

SKANDINAVISK makes the Capital Region greener

Pernille Bülow A/S makes Bornholm greener