Sustainable production is headline of the Grundfos Prize


The Grundfos Prize

It is hard to tell the future. But we have to try. Companies that want success on the global market know this quite well.

Grundfos believes that sustainable production and environmental technology are prerequisites and opportunities of growth. We are now gathering interested students, researchers, business people, public servants and politicians for an inspiring dialogue about sustainable technologies as a prerequisite of growth.

The event will offer an opportunity to network and establish a basis of ideas, studies, research and business among a number of parties. A number of prominent figures will offer their views on the subject. These persons include former German Foreign Secretary and Vice Chancellor, Joschka Fischer, Huang Ming, Chairman of Himin Solar Corporation Ltd, China, the world’s largest manufacturer of solar panels and solar heating units, Søren Hermansen, Manager of Samsø Energy Academy, initiator of green energy steps on Samsø, attracting great international attention, and Lars Kolind, Chairman of Grundfos Holding A/S, as well as Niels Due Jensen, Chairman of the Poul Due Jensen Foundation, who will hand over the Grundfos Prize.

This prize was established by the Poul Due Jensen Foundation in 2001. Its purpose is to promote, acknowledge and support national and international research in innovative and foresighted solutions useful to the community within the engineering and scientific area. The prize is DKK 1 million.

If you would like to attend this event please apply by email to

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