Sustainability at Maersk Tower

Maersk Tower

In the Maersk Tower, scientists research areas that are vital for future treatment of cancer, dementia, diabetes, heart disease, and allergy. The Maersk Tower makes ground-breaking research possible and at the same time works as a study space for the University of Copenhagen’s health and medical science programmes. This type of framework is necessary to support sustainable development and meet future challenges related to health and medical sciences.

Sustainability, particularly energy optimization, has been a top priority in designing the Maersk Tower, which is built to withstand future climate changes. A large number of solutions targeting sustainability challenges have been integrated into the building’s design and construction. For example, rainwater is diverted to optimize resources and keep surrounding buildings in mind. You can read about the numerous innovative sustainability initiatives in this folder or visit the Maersk Tower website.