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22/03/2016
Danish water technology on display in the White House
Danish technology show Americans how to conserve water. Some of the prime examples are on show at the White House in Washington. Grundfos is among the exhibitors.
07/03/2016
Grundfos delivers strong result despite tough market conditions
Grundfos retains its global market leadership and significantly increases earnings.
17/02/2016
ALPHA3 takes top spot in Germany
Grundfos' newest and most advanced circulator yet, ALPHA3, stood out in four categories at the internationally renowned Plus X Awards in Germany.
16/02/2016
Grundfos welcomed water enthusiasts from around the world
Professionals with expertise in groundwater gathered in Denmark. Here, they were presented with new knowledge about their common area of interest as well as introduced to some of the most advanced and sustainable pump solutions from Grundfos.
12/02/2016
Danish water-alliance solves problems in the US
Grundfos is one of the partners in the Water Technology Alliance. The Danish collaboration makes knowledge and technology available for American water utilities. For instance in California.
01/02/2016
Grundfos helps fuelling the hydrogen car
The eighth fuel station for hydrogen cars just opened in Aarhus, Denmark, and our pumps play an important role in the hydrogen fuelling technology. Because in the hydrogen stations built by the company H2 Logic, our CRN-pumps help to make the hydrogen flow.
29/01/2016
On the frontline against climate change in Taiwan
Grundfos is highlighted as one of the top performing companies in Taiwan’s fight to reduce carbon emission.
21/01/2016
Grundfos partners with the 2030 Water Resources Group
The global water crisis is highlighted as one of the world's biggest issues in the future. Grundfos joins an international collaboration combatting this serious issue.
13/01/2016
Old pumps can learn new tricks
US pilot projects are showing how our technology can be used in irrigation systems, allowing farmers to easily monitor their pumps. This can save time, money and water.
21/12/2015
Turning surface water in Thailand into clean drinking water
A new sustainable water treatment system from Grundfos is designed to turn river water and surface water into drinking water for the residents in 15 Thai villages. The project is funded by the Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency of Thailand, which focuses on implementing efficient and sustainable solutions in remote areas.