Digitainability: A new lever for the green transition.

A new word you probably will become familiar with if you are interested in sustainability.

The word is composed of digitization and sustainability.

‘Børsen Bæredygtig’ has focused on those potentials digitization holds for increased sustainability, in a series of articles.

We are proud to be mentioned in the article as one of three examples of how Digitainability can help make your company greener and more sustainable.

You can read the articles freely here, as Danske Bank and PwC are partners at Børsen Bæredygtig: https://lnkd.in/eiW49fvK

The article was written by Trine Plambech from the Alexandra Institute.

Merry Christmas and a happy new year

We end a fantastic year by wishing a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year – and by welcoming Herning Municipality.

Jonas has entered into an agreement for the delivery of Predictive Heating Optimization, initially at the Town Hall and some of the schools in the municipality.

Predictive Heating Optimization is just one of our many services within building maintenance.

Here, the buildings’ heat consumption is optimized so that comfort is maintained during in-use hours, while at the same time heat consumption is significantly reduced outside of usage.

Thanks to René Frahm Jørgensen and co. for the confidence in collaborating, of which we have very high expectations.

Expanding sales dept.

Welcome Anders, our latest addition to our sales department.

Anders comes with a long-standing background in the real estate industry, where he has worked with housing and business (from e.g. Nybolig, Nordicals A/S and EDC Poul Erik Bech) and he is also an electrician.

He therefore comes with a lot of experience, which we look forward to our customers benefiting from.

Anders will have his own portfolio of customers, where he will help with ReSave and our new ground-breaking concept:
Predictive Heat Optimisation.

New Business Developer

Anders has started in our Business Development department, where he will work with international business development.

That is, bring our innovative solutions internationally, so that we can save much more resources for the benefit of the climate.

He comes with a background as an engineer (Operations and Innovation Management) from Aalborg Universitet and has previously been employed by e.g. Neas Energy and TERMA Group.

Please welcome Anders 😀

Interview on new solutions

Our CEO Bo Eskerod Madsen unveils some of the new solutions we have on the way in this interview:

“…We are collaborating with FORCE Technology on a project to reduce waste in food production.

Here, ReMoni contributes i.a. with sensors that can investigate where in the production optimisation is a possibility.

A sensor that keeps an eye on the motor in a machine is also investigated.

Here it’s about being able to anticipate sudden needs for repairs or maintenance – so that problems and break downs can be prevented.”

Read the article here: (In Danish)

Alexandra Instituttet
Teknologisk Institut
Erhvervshus Midtjylland


Today we had the great honour of a visit from the Innovation Fund, to discuss the opportunities in deep tech innovation.

Now he has the coolest job

Giving back to where you come from is a deed that warms the whole body.

Therefore, Jonas Rabjerg was back yesterday at HTX Technical Highschool Holstebro, where he graduated in 2015 – before he went on to study engineering at Aalborg University.

Click and read, among other things:

“Now he has the coolest job in the world, creating energy savings and sustainable solutions for companies.”

In the month of October, both Anders, Bo and Thomas went and ‘gave back’.

When are you going and where?


Webinar for SME on green initiatives

Do you as SMEs report today on your green initiatives in the company?

More and more customers and business partners are looking at your green measures – perhaps without you knowing it.


Get tangible ideas and knowledge on how to get started with the green agenda.

It’s not that complicated at all if you get a little help in the right direction.

And it is both beneficial for the climate and your bottom line.


Watch or rewatch the webinar from last Friday here: https://lnkd.in/ey732nXr
(In Danish)

Interview in Danish Financial Times

“Looking back, this is an obvious success,” says Bo Eskerod Madsen, founder, and co-owner of the company ReMoni: “But we couldn’t have known that when we started.”

The small addition is an essential part of the story of ReMoni.

A story of growth, exports, investor support and success – but also a story that begins very humbly.

Read the whole story in Børsen Tech, where Bo explains why ‘soft money’ is so important and that the business promotion system supports innovative ideas with funding.