Energy, Climate and Environmental Park
Hillerød Utility Company
C.F. Møller Landscape
The general public can also enjoy the park's climbing areas built up with recycled soil, and walks to enjoy the wetland area's rich bird life.
The around 50-hectare area will include a purification plant, commercial and household recycling station, geothermal and biomass heat production, test fields for solar, wind and biomass energy, and a head office and learning centre for Hillerød Utility Company. Instead of building a technical facility, rain water is collected from the adjacent residential areas in a newly created nature area.
A key aspect of planning has been to use the topography to create flexible access and drainage conditions, and in particular from the outset to include an exit strategy for how the area can be returned to natural state at some time in the future.