How Aarhus Municipality have saved 7.1 million Danish kroner on their energy bill
By using KMD EnergyKey, Aarhus Municipality have obtained and handled their consumption data. In that way, Aarhus Municipality have through data driven energy management been able to target their energy efficiency measures and achieved savings of five percent on the energy bill and more than 7,1 million Danish kroner (DKK).
Strategic focus points the way to the digital supply of the future
Kill many birds with one stone. A comprehensive digitization project with replacement of the entire meter fleet at SK Forsyning will optimize internal operations, increase the quality of customer advising, and develop new, digital services for consumption visualization.
This is how (top-level) political visions are transformed into concrete action plans
The UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) shed light on what private and public companies must take responsibility for when it comes to sustainable development. This includes the CO2 emissions from the buildings we live and work in. With the right energy management tool, companies can bridge the gap between something as abstract as a Global Goal and something as concrete as the daily use of a building.
KMD EnergyKey streamlines and optimizes processes in Denmark’s new national gas distribution company
Based on the elements in KMD EnergyKey, KMD has built a data retrieval solution for the new gas distribution company Evida. The solution must support a comprehensive IT consolidation process, streamline procedures and help harmonize the company's customer service.
Smart water meter: KMD EnergyKey and internet of things (IoT) will cut down on drive time for Odense municipality
A new project will investigate whether Internet of Things (IoT) and KMD EnergyKey can make the task of data collection easier for Odense Municipality and thus cut down on the drive time needed to check their many water meters.
How Denmark has become a digital frontrunner
The digitization of Denmark is a success story. Not only in Danish history, but internationally with a 2018 and 2020 top spot on UN’s list of most advanced countries when it comes to public sector digitization. Central to the technology development and story is KMD, which through more than 40 years has played a key role in creating and developing the foundation that Denmark’s public sector digitization rests on.
Artificial intelligence to stop dangerous and illegal personal protective equipment sold online in the EU
Personal protective equipment is sought after by consumers online. To shield consumers against the sale of dangerous and illegal goods, the EU Commission is now utilizing artificial intelligence.
KMD is actively working to support the green transition so that private and public companies can address the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, differentiate themselves in the market and make a real difference. With digital solutions that focus on e.g. sustainable use of data and green energy, the climate agenda will become a natural and integrated part of your day-to-day work processes.