LOGSTOR Finland achieves major energy savings

LOGSTOR Finland’s products for pre-insulated heating pipes generate little heat loss, thus benefiting the customers. LOGSTOR set the goal of achieving similar results in its own production process by joining the Energy Efficiency Agreement, which provided a good basis for improving energy efficiency. Results were immediate.

LOGSTOR Finland joined the […]

By |October 24th, 2017|DBDH members|

Switzerland: plans for solar district heating pilot system

‘Why is there no solar district heating in Switzerland?’ Swiss scientists were asking after their visit to Denmark. Now, the Swiss-based SPF – Institute of Solar Technology has begun to work with a district heating company on giving the country its first pilot plant.

SPF had been investigating the feasibility […]

District heating market to reach $280bn by 2024

New research performed by MarketStudyReport.com indicates significant growth for global district heating projects, reaching an overall market value of $280bn by 2024.

Rising concerns toward greenhouse gas emissions coupled with strong demand for efficient and cost effective systems will drive the District Heating market size, according to the report.

Introduction of […]

By |October 18th, 2017|Uncategorized|

EHP launches new certification programme on eco-efficient substations

Building on the success of the certification programmes of different district heating components, Euroheat & Power is launching a new programme for eco-efficient substations for district heating. The certification programme is based on the CEN Workshop Agreement 16975:2016 “Eco-efficient Substations for District Heating” (hereinafter “CWA”) adopted by the industry representatives […]

By |October 18th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Artificial intelligence boost for district heating and cooling

Kempten University in Germany has patented an advanced thermal load prediction method, which is set to greatly benefit the effectiveness of district energy systems.

For district heating networks, overall pipeline lengths of several 100 kilometres are typical, making their operation a significant challenge. A more accurate prediction of future heating […]

New edition of Hot Cool

The new issue of Hot Cool is now online.
Read about district heating and cooling in North America as well as other interesting articles here.

Waste incinerator with a rooftop ski run

A unique engineering project has raised the bar for efficient energy capture from incineration of garbage and provided a sports facility in an urban location
Sporting an all season ski run on its dramatically slanting roof, the Amager Bakke waste-to-energy facility just south of Copenhagen’s city centre has not only […]

By |October 16th, 2017|DBDH members|

How Paris and Vienna are struggling to become the clean cities of the future

dbdhThe success of the clean energy transition will depend to a large extent on the actions of local and regional authorities. Sustainability officers from Paris, Sabine Romon, and Vienna, Bernd Vogl, explain what clean energy goals they have set themselves and how they are planning to achieve them. “The […]

By |October 12th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Switzerland: Plans for solar district heating pilot system

“Why is there no solar district heating in Switzerland?” Swiss scientists were asking after visit to Denmark. They had been investigating the feasibility of solar heat in district heating networks in the St Gallen canton and published a 50-page study this March (see the attached document in German). As it […]

isoplus supplies pipes to a major project in Norway

The town Førde is located in Western Norway, about 170 kilometres north of Bergen. Here, a new district heating plant will begin its supply of energy to the central hospital, schools, hotels and other major customers at the beginning of next year.
The plant will supply both heating and cooling […]

By |October 9th, 2017|DBDH members|
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