Solar district heating on the roof of the world

A contract to set up a solar district heating network in Langkazi county in Tibet has been awarded to Arcon-Sunmark Large-Scale Solar Systems. The Chinese-Danish joint venture signed an agreement with the local government of the autonomous region of Tibet. The system should provide solar district heating for 82,600 m² […]

The case for district heating

Infrastructure tends to be seen as a stable and predictable asset class, but that’s not to say it doesn’t evolve. As technology developments and societal concerns emerge, such as the current drive to reduce emissions, infrastructure adapts. The changes under way in the market currently are creating investment opportunities.

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District heating from new nuclear plants?

Nuclear power stations represent the most centralized power generation option there is. Huge, capital-intensive, sited in remote areas and inflexible in operation, nuclear energy is the antithesis of today’s transition to renewables and small-scale, decentralized energy sources.

Yet, like large fossil-fuelled power stations, nuclear plants generate so much ‘waste’ heat […]

Denmark signs new 3-year energy collaboration with Ukraine

The existing energy collaboration between Denmark and Ukraine has been renewed by 3 years. The collaboration underpins Ukraine’s new energy strategy, which aims for 25% renewable energy by 2035.
The Danish ambassador Ruben Madsen and Ukraine’s Minister for energy Ihor Nasalyk have signed an agreement that extends the bilateral collaboration on […]

Assurances made on biomass by EU but concerns remain

The EU’s new biomass policy will ensure there will be no additional carbon emissions released, according to a high-ranking European Commission official.

Brussels is rewriting its Renewable Energy Directive this week, and Giulio Volpi, an official at the European Commission’s energy directorate was keen to downplay the negatives associated with […]

Visit from Polish district heating companies

DBDH and the Danish Embassy in Warsaw, Poland, this week organizes a study trip for 23 representatives of district heating companies operating in Poland.

The study trip comprises visits to utilities in Zealand and Jutland and will include the most modern examples of 4G   – the fourth generation district heating […]

Bioenergy success story

The low emission fuel flexible biomasse furnace of Dall Energy has been selected as a “bioenergy success story” by the International Energy Agency.

A success story is defined as a project/initiative which provides a step forward towards longer-term sustainable bioenergy use.

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By |February 26th, 2018|Biomass, DBDH members|

New member of DBDH

DBDH welcomes new member Frese

The Frese business has been built up over 70 years and now holds a prominent position as one of the world’s leading providers of innovative fluid control and component solutions.

High quality products, application knowledge and customer focus has helped to position Frese as a leading […]

By |February 23rd, 2018|DBDH, DBDH members|

Danfoss delivers a strong 2017

Highest growth in six years, strong earnings and massive investments in the future.
In 2017, net sales increased by more than DKK 4bn (more than EUR 550m) to reach DKK 43.3bn (EUR 5.8bn), corresponding to 12% growth in local currency. Combined, the high growth and continuous operational improvements lifted the […]

By |February 23rd, 2018|DBDH members|

Danish research will ensure local development from green energy projects

Megaprojects supply environmentally friendly electricity in more and more developing countries, but how do you ensure that green energy contributes to sustainable development?
Supported by Danida, a new Danish research project will examine the impacts of investing in large-scale green energy projects on local development.

The price of green energy has […]

By |February 22nd, 2018|Uncategorized|
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