In the News

“Vejdirektoratet tester klimavenlig asfalt på Helsingørmotorvejen”

A press release from the Danish Ministry of Transportation. Focus is on the benefit-costs of introducing low rolling resistance asphalt. The Danish Road Directorate is quoted for expecting savings of up to 57 mio. liters of fuel by 2030, which corresponds to 143.000 tons of CO2 and 76 tons of carbon dioxides/NOX.

“Ny klimavenlig asfalt giver solid rabat til bilejerne”

An article in Danish newspaper about the ROSE project, including an interview with ROSE Project Leader, Jeppe Dyre. Focus is on the potential savings for the road users, by using less fuel as well as the savings for society by reducing carbon emissions.

“Første sted i verden: Strækning på motorvej får særlig grøn asfalt”

News story from Danish TV-station, focusing on the in situ testing being the world’s first of it’s kind.

“Ny asfalt skal spare danske bilejere 5 pct brændstof”

Article in Danish Engineering Magazine, Ingeniøren. Focusing on savings (and payments) when using low rolling resistance pavements.

“Bedre asfalt reducerer CO2-udledningen og sparer bilejere millioner”

A press release from Innovation Fund Denmark about ROSE, 2016

“Belægningstyper med lav rullemodstand er på vej”

An article in Danish Tech Magazine, Trafik & Veje, April 2017

“Belægninger med lav rullemodstand”

An article in Danish Tech Magazine, Trafik & Veje, April 2016

“Bedre asfalt skal spare bilejere for millioner”

Short version of the 2016 Press Release

“Sådan sparer vi energi på vejen”

An article in Danish newspaper, Politiken, 2012.