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Our new headquarters will be awarded a gold DGNB certificate for our focus on sustainability and recyclability. 

DGNB building

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Responsibility

Jesper Lundquist

Jesper Lundquist
CEO

We wish to contribute positively to the sustainable transition by motivating the use of e-bikes and integrating greener practices throughout our supply chain. We continuously work on reducing our carbon footprint by having local battery production, by sourcing materials from local suppliers with lower CO2 footprint, by increasing our inhouse resource-use efficiency and much more. In other words, we are thinking green in all aspects of our business.

Thinking green

Our climate focus

100%

renewable energy
in our building since 2022

Energy

50%

CO2 reduction
by 2030

Scope 3

30%

more volume per shipment due to flat-packaging since 2021

Shipment

Carbon footprint

To set our strategic ESG goals, we have calculated the CO2 footprint on a standard two-wheeled e-bike.


This calculation should be reduced by 50% in 2030.  

Social responsibility

Source locally

Danish produced batteries.

FSC-certified packaging boxes.

Less climate footprint from transport.

We focus on finding more sustainable suppliers closer to our home market, within aluminum production, lithium-ion cells production, packaging materials, etc.

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Responsible development

Batteries produced with renewable energy.

Reused aluminium for battery casing.

Water based paint used for e-bikes.

We are constantly investing in more responsible ways of developing, producing and transporting our solutions. 

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Responsible development

Sustainable headquarters 

DGNB gold certification

Solar and wind energy

Waste sorting system

Rainwater delay system

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Indoor climate

According to DGNB gold standards, our headquarters provide a healthy indoor climate. Our CTS ventilation systems for fresh air ensure that heating and cooling are controlled so that energy use is minimized. Indoor acoustic materials and comfortable lightning have been chosen to ensure good working conditions. 

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DGNB is based on the UN's definition of sustainability. In the DGNB system, a building or urban area is evaluated based on six main areas: environmental quality, economic quality, social quality, technical quality, process quality, and area quality.

The DGNB measurements:

• DGNB Gold Certified

• Rainwater delay system

• Solar panels

• CO2 neutral heat pump

• Reusable building materials

• Waste sorting

• Electric car and bike charging stations

• Biodiversity gardens

• Healthy indoor climate

• Environmental friendly furniture

• Acoustic materials and comfortable lightning 

Packed with sustainable features

Packed with sustainable features
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