Our projects are primarily developed within three project categories.
1. Food and agriculture
2. Digital infrastructure
3. Green infrastructure and cohesion towards 2050
Common for the projects we develop at the CIP Foundation is that they:
The projects are organized into five phases with ongoing external involvement:
We need to reduce our carbon footprint and create a more sustainable agricultural production. The CIP Foundation's perspective and focus on expertise, realism, and making things actually happen reflect the spirit of agricultural businesses. Therefore, I look forward to a fruitful collaboration with the CIP Foundation in further developing Danish agriculture.
Inspiration from the world's first energy island
Our approach to developing and initiating investment projects at the CIP Foundation is inspired by the structure of the development of VindØ - the world's first energy island in the North Sea.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) developed the idea and was catalyst for the political process. At the CIP Foundation, we apply the same developer approach in our projects - we analyze, conceptualize, and showcase how a project can become a reality - all in dialogue with the relevant stakeholders.