Green Tech

Viborg and the Central Denmark Region are the ideal places for green tech companies. Here you can become part of and benefit from a political climate focused on green solutions and research institutions with a strong emphasis on co-operating with the industry. Furthermore, there is a vast number of green tech companies from SMEs to multinationals and a highly qualified green tech workforce.

Whether you are a business start-up, a company spin-out, a well-established company, a research institution or an investor within the green tech sector, Viborg and the Central Denmark Region offer unique business opportunities for several reasons:

  • The Central Denmark Region has identified energy and cleantech as one of the main business and investment areas and supports multiple activities to enhance business development within these. By the end of 2016, a brand new programme to boost business within bioeconomy will start
  • Just outside Viborg, Aarhus University Foulum conducts world-leading research within food and agriculture
  • Agro Business Park offers incubation, innovation and investment services. This makes it the ideal location for business start-ups, spin-outs and development units from well-established companies within agriculture, biomass and food
  • In 2014, The European Commission’s Bioeconomy Observatory appointed the Central Denmark Region as one of seven bio economy frontrunner regions in Europe
  • The Central Denmark Region has the world’s strongest wind energy cluster, including the largest wind turbine producers, sub-suppliers, research institutions and test centers with extensive experience in collaborating with the industry
  • Viborg and the Central Denmark Region offer access to a vast and highly qualified green tech work force, both within research, development and production
  • Multiple green tech companies, both SMEs and multinationals, are located in the region. Almost all companies have a tradition of co-operating with research institutions, other Danish and foreign companies and public authorities to develop new and green solutions
Sidst opdateret: 22.03.2019