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Milestones

 

  • 2013: Launches the passive house certified Comfort CT300-system
  • 2013: Establishes sales offices in Germany and Norway, and Nilan is now represented in 17 countries all over Europe
  • 2012: Wins the international solar-powered housing competition Solar Decathlon for the third time
  • 2010: Receives internationally recognised passive house certification for the Compact P
  • 2010: Launches the highly effective compact system Compact P
  • 2010: Established in the Hungarian market
  • 2009: Wins the international solar-powered housing competition Solar Decathlon for the second time
  • 2009: Established in the Belgian market
  • 2009: Receives ISO 9001:2008 certification
  • 2008: Established in the Czech market
  • 2007: Wins the international solar-powered housing competition Solar Decathlon
  • 2007: Develops the first HFC-free system with McDonald’s, Danfoss and the Danish Technological Institute
  • 2006: Launches VP 18 Compact, a system which integrates ventilation and heat recovery, sanitary hot water production, cooling and heating in an integrated product
  • 2005: Supplies state-of-the-art compact system to the largest passive housing building in the EU
  • 2004: Launches the NilAIR air distribution system
  • 2004: Merges with Danish heat pump manufacturer Vesttherm
  • 2001: Launches the Comfort range
  • 2000: Receives AAA credit rating
  • 2000: Receives the Børsen Gazelle award for the second time. This award is presented to companies in recognition of exceptional growth measured on revenue or gross profit
  • 1999: Receives the Børsen Gazelle award. This award is presented to companies in recognition of exceptional growth measured on revenue or gross profit
  • 1997: Expands the facility at Hedensted in Denmark to 10,000 m2, thus doubling the production area
  • 1990: Launches domestic heat pumps with capacity up to 500 m3/hour
  • 1988: Expands the facility at Hedensted in Denmark for the first time
  • 1985: Brand-new factory is commissioned at Hedensted in Denmark
  • 1981: Moves to new and larger facility at Hedensted in Denmark
  • 1980: Established on the markets in Finland, Austria, Canada and USA
  • 1975: Launches air/water heat pump
  • 1974: Founded at Vejle in Denmark