Building performance specialist points to EU heating and cooling law failure

The head of research at a top European think tank dedicated to buildings performance believes the European Commission has failed badly in developing a legislative framework to boost the decarbonisation of heating and cooling systems.
Speaking to Euractiv, Maarten De Groote, the head of research at the Buildings Performance Institute […]

By |June 23rd, 2017|Political|

An extraordinary performance secures LOGSTOR the Prize of Export 20 June 2017

On the 14thof June 2017, the Danish French Chamber of Commerce hosted a gala dinner on Galopbanen in Klampenborg, Denmark.

On behalf of LOGSTOR, VP, General Manager in France, Alain Lintz received the Prize of Export from the Danish French Chamber of Commerce. HRH Princess Marie of Denmark presented Alain […]

New product improves foam quality

Quality of the foam is of tremendous importance for the pipe system’s service life. isoplus developed a new and improved venting plug that will improve venting and foam quality.
When foaming joints, there is typically a risk for the joint to be filled unevenly. Air pockets can emerge at the […]

Three Nordic utilities propose a mechanism to ensure policy coherence with the EU ETS

Fortum, Statkraft and Vattenfall, the three largest Nordic utilities, today present a joint proposal for a Policy Coherence Mechanism to improve coherence between the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) and other policies. The proposal can be implemented in the framework of the EU Governance Regulation that is currently being […]

UK community energy crowdfunding initiative launched

Mongoose Energy has launched ‘Mongoose Crowd’, the UK’s first dedicated crowdfunding platform for community energy.

The platform aims to connect investors with community energy projects to target better financial returns, lower environmental impacts and positive social dividends.

It will allow investors to crowdfund community energy bonds within a tax-free Individual Savings […]

ENGIE to become worldwide leader of independent district cooling

ENGIE acquired a 40% stake in National Central Cooling Company PJSC (Tabreed) from Mubadala Investment Company (Mubadala), the Abu Dhabi-based strategic investment company. ENGIE will thus become a Tabreed’s key shareholder, along with Mubadala that will retain a 42% stake following the transaction, which is subject to regulatory approval. […]

Cities are key players in the clean energy transition

By Abdeluheb Choho,  deputy mayor of Amsterdam and chair of EUROCITIES Environment Forum:

The clean energy package is an essential framework under which the EU implements its Paris Agreement obligations. In light of the US administration’s decision to backtrack on those commitments, it is more essential than ever that the […]

By |June 20th, 2017|Geothermal|

Geothermal heat crucial element in heating for Paris airports

Significant reductions in CO2 emissions at major airports in Paris due in large part to geothermal energy.

In a release on its targets for CO2 emissions reductions, Group ADP, which operates the three airports in Paris, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget reported that they have reduced CO2 emissions […]

By |June 20th, 2017|Geothermal|

New issue of Hot Cool

In Hot Cool 2 2017 we focus on the new “Winter Package”. The theme is covered through articles by Morten Helveg (the European Parliament), Kim Mortensen (the Danish District Heating Association), Birger Lauersen (Euroheat & Power), and Susana Paardekooper, Brian Vad Mathiesen and Lars Grundahl (Aalborg University). Included are also articles by Peter Jorsal […]

Members meeting

DBDH held its latest members meeting in beautiful surroundings at Comwell campus Klarskovgaard, Korsør.
The theme of the summer meeting this time was North America and Networking.
The new chairman of DBDH, Jan Strømvig, managing director at Fjernvarme Fyn, introduced the program of the day, and after this three new members of DBDH introduced […]

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