Exploring how 3D-printed reefs can benefit biodiversity
We’re collaborating with WWF Denmark to improve the resilience of the ecosystem in the Kattegat.
We’ve joined forces with WWF Denmark on an innovative project to explore how 3D-printed reefs can benefit biodiversity in the Kattegat.
The Kattegat, a sea area between Denmark and Sweden, is experiencing a historically low cod population – threatening the health of the entire ecosystem.
Through our partnership with WWF Denmark, we’ve deployed a dozen 3D-printed reef structures on the seabed between the wind turbines at our Anholt Offshore Wind Farm.
Our hope is that these man-made reefs will create habitats for the cod to thrive and contribute to a healthier, more resilient marine ecosystem.