CPH Cleantech Park

CPH Cleantech Park

 
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Vision

A business estate offering state of the art conditions for international cleantech companies

 

Overall plan

The business estate will be developed with a physical as well as a knowledge infrastructure of world class, and in such a way that the synergies of the Copenhagen Cleantech Cluster are fully utilized - in particular with the aim of making the area even more attractive for highly qualified staff.

 

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Copenhagen Cleantech Park is part of one of the largest city and business development projects in Denmark. The future city covers about 350 ha and is expected to have 10,000 inhabitants, 4,000 workplaces, and 4,000 homes. A completely new city of this size offers companies located here a unique opportunity to demonstrate and display products and to create a full-scale world exhibition of cleantech technologies.

 

Location

The business estate is located just 30 min. from Copenhagen City Centre and 40 min. from the airport. The area will have direct access to the coming Frederikssund freeway and a new metropolitan train station with train service at 10-min. intervals. Positions facing the coming freeway are available. A total of 100 ha will be reserved for companies in the business estate.

 

Business

Already located in CCP are companies such as ultra-pure silicon producer Topsil, catalyst and fule cell producer Haldor Topsøe and green building company Sundolitt.

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CPH Cleantech Park
Att: Hans Peder Wagner
Havnegade 5a
3600 Frederikssund
Denmark
Phone: +45-47313701
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