Take the tour

Come for a virtual visit or book a site tour!

Click through the 3D map below and get to know our green industrial park and all the companies located here. Don’t forget to click on the wind turbine at the bottom of the map to see where our wind and solar park is located. 

We also welcome visitors for real-life tours of GreenLab.

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*Map from 2021 – pending update

Our partners are the key to our success

Without partners, there would be no GreenLab. We have two types of partners:
Partners who are a located in our green industrial park and external innovation and technology partners.

Site Partner: GreenHyScale

GreenHyScale is a 100 MW electrolysis plant project with 11 consortium partners supported by the EU. Its purpose is to explore large scale production of green hydrogen. The goal is to succeed with a 100 MW electrolysis plant located in GreenLab with the potential to be replicated in the rest of the world at a commercial scale. In 2023, Green Hydrogen Systems delivered the first 6 MW electrolysis module to GreenLab which is currently being tested.  

GreenHyScale 100 MW PtX
GreenHyScale is an EU funded 100 MW Power-to-X project

Site partner: Stiesdal SkyClean

The SkyClean technology combines biofuel production and carbon capture and storage. Stiesdal’s SkyClean facility at GreenLab utilizes straw and other agricultural residues to make green fuel and capture and store CO2 - half of the carbon in the residue is converted to biochar, while the other half becomes oil and gas.

The Stiesdal Company was founded with the purpose of developing and commercializing technologies that have major impact on mitigating climate change.

Site partner: Vestjyllands Andel's Starfish Factory

Vestjyllands Andel’s Starfish factory produces protein for animal feed basd on star fish. The factory mainly harvests starfish in the Limfjord, where they pose a growing problem to this low inland fjord’s blue-mussel production and aquaculture. The starfish are dehydrated and converted into a marine-based protein supplement for organic animal feed. Vestjyllands Andel's Starfish Facotry produces a sustainable protein alternative to soy and is used as an ingredient in organic feed for pigs and chickens.

Vestjyllands Andel’s Starfish factory
Here, starfish, shrimp shells and grass are turned into a sustainable protein source by dehydrating the biomass.

Site partner: Quantafuel

Quantafuel upgrades plastic waste into valuable products that are in high demand. The entire value chain is circular, and production takes place by means of chemical recycling, where the the plastic waste is heatedwithout oxygen so that the polymers are decomposed and gasified. Quantafuel purifies the pyrolysis gas and the gas is thereafter condensed and separated into oil fractions through distillation. The largest fraction is earmarked raw material for new plastics, thereby enabling the circular economy of chemical recycling

Quantafuel produces high-quality synthetic fuels and chemical products based on non-recyclable plastic waste

Site partner: GreenLab Skive Biogas

GreenLab Skive Biogas is a collaborative effort between the energy company E.ON and the supplier company GreenLab Skive Biogas Leverandørselskab a.m.b.a. The biogas plant supplies gas to the Danish public gas network, with over 70 local farmers as members of the supplier company, providing livestock manure and other green biomasses.

With 500,000 tons of biomass delivered to the plant each year, the plant produces approximately 23 million cubic meters annually. This can heat around 14,000 households. Biogas is composed of 55% methane and 45% CO2.

GreenLab Skive Biogas is one of the first facilities in Denmark to establish two separate production lines: one for organic and one for conventional biogas.

Michael Bisgaard
Michael Bisgaard runs an organic farm close to GreenLab and is part of a large supplier organisation that keeps the biogas facility running.

Site partner: NOMI4S

NOMI4S handles waste – or rather, recourses – for GreenLab as well as for Skive municipality. NOMI4S also sources material streams for companies located in GreenLab.

NOMI4S is GreenLab and Skive’s recycling station that handles waste in an environmentally and resource-conscious way.

Site partner: Eurowind Energy

84 MW wind and solar park 

In 2023, Eurowind Energy inaugurated the 84 MW wind and solar park just south of GreenLab. It consists of 13 wind turbines including one located in the center of GreenLab’s industrial park and 26 MW solar panels located below the wind turbines. In the beginning of 2024, GreenLab and Eurowind Energy signed Denmark’s first power purchase agreement ensuring that the renewable energy will be directed to GreenLab and the companies located in the industrial park.  

Eurowind Energy
Eurowind Energy develops, constructs, and operates renewable energy parks. We are dedicated to local long-term solutions, and we believe that the future of energy supply is renewable, clean, and sustainable.

Site Partner: Organic Fuel Technology

Organic Fuel Technology is a technological start-up aiming to make organic waste valuable and create circular biofuels that can limit global warming and address significant waste challenges worldwide. Using unique and patented microwave solutions, their technology converts low-value waste and materials into climate-friendly bio-oil and bio-coal with carbon storage, both beneficial for the climate and the environment.

Microwave reactor plant

Organic Fuel Technology
Organic Fuel Technology is a technological start-up aiming to make organic waste valuable and create circular biofuels that can limit global warming and address significant waste challenges worldwide.

Upcoming site partner: Unwasted

Unwasted manufactures high quality construction panels from waste cardboard and packaging and offers a 100% circular and sustainable alternative to conventional timber-based panels. Unwasted is currently working to secure the final funding for the stablishment of the large-scale factory at GreenLab. 

Unwasted Concept Image

The sustainable construction panel from Neverwaste™ is the first product from Unwasted Limited, a fast-growing company focused on technology-led solutions that re-think how we use waste to contribute to addressing our climate emergency.

Partners of the green industrial park

The industrial park is the heart of our operation. It is home to a group of green companies that share our vision of becoming leaders within integrated green energy, sustainable production, and intelligent grid solutions. All businesses are supplied with sustainable energy from multiple energy sources in the form that suits their production best. Moreover, they will all be connected to the SymbiosisNet™ – a unique smart grid solution.

GreenLab’s external innovation and technology partners

We rely on a range of partnerships that help us enable change and push the boundaries of technology and collaboration by finding common ground between policymakers, utilities, commercial, public and academic players. They include: Institutions of higher education, commercial players with deep knowledge of green energy and P2X, and energy and utility companies.