Germany awards 112 MW in CHP tenders

Germany has awarded contracts for just under 21 MW in its first tender for ‘innovative combined heat and power (CHP) systems’. The country’s Federal Network Agency (Bundesnetzagentur) said seven bids totalling around 23 MW had been received, but two bids were invalid.

The average price for the winning bids was […]

By |June 14th, 2018|CHP|

Commission proposes most ambitious Research and Innovation programme yet

For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the Commission is proposing €100 billion for research and innovation.

A new programme – Horizon Europe – will build on the achievements and success of the previous research and innovation programme (Horizon 2020) and keep the EU at the forefront of global research […]

isoplus – new site development in Malling – a solid solution

Due to its wide spectre of educational and cultural offers as well as its commercial life Aarhus, in Jutland is a magnet that attracts great numbers of new residents – and this also makes itself felt in the surrounding communities.
In Malling 15 km to the south of Aarhus, too, […]

DHC+ summer school

The DHC+ summer school is a full week of intensive training with key renowned experts and academics in the field of District Energy. The teaching method is based on the perfect combination of theory, practical exercises and site visits. This year’s programme will focus on the future of district […]

Germany and Denmark share experiences within sustainable heating

Denmark’s experience in transforming the heating market and long cooperation with the German federal state North Rhine Westphalia resulted in a visit from 15 representatives this week.

From the 6th to the 7th of June a German delegation with representatives from public authorities, agencies, companies and research visited Denmark to experience […]

New plant of Danish heating group starts operation in northeast China

A new plant of Danfoss, a leading Danish heating technology company, began operation Sunday in Anshan city in northeast China’s Liaoning Province.

With an investment of 170 million yuan (26.54 million U.S. dollars), the plant is designed to bring advanced heating technology and facilities to China, as the country is […]

Milestone for CHP in German ‘bioenergy village’

Since 2011, an energy self-sufficient village in Germany has generated 1500 MWh and 3600 MWth with a biomass-based combined heat and power (CHP) system.

The system from Lower Bavaria-based biomass CHP specialist Spanner Re2 supplies the Bioenergiedorf (Bioenergy Village) Engelsberg in the Bavarian municipality of Lauterhofen. The installation includes a […]

By |June 8th, 2018|CHP|

New research: Temperature fluctuations in homes can be utilised in green transition

Flexible temperatures between 20-24 degrees Celsius in dwellings can reduce heat consumption and boost utilisation of renewable energy.
Changes in indoor temperatures can help the transition to a 100 percent renewable energy society. New research in EnergyLab Nordhavn in Copenhagen, Denmark shows that there is great potential in storing energy […]

Heating and cooling “far behind” power in turning to renewables

Globally, the heating and cooling sectors lag “far behind” the power sector in turning to renewable energy sources, a new report has found.

REN21’s annual Renewables Global Status Report, released this week, found that while a record 70 per cent of net additions to global power generation capacity in 2017 […]

Delegation visit from Ukraine

DBDH and the Danish Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, this week organizes a District Heating tour for Mayors and District Heating utilities from 9 large Ukrainian cities.

Summer in Odense

The district heating tour comprises visits to utilities in Zealand, Funen and Jutland and will secure the delegation get acquainted with the […]

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