New study: Denmark is perfect for future energy plants

In the years leading up to 2035, the amount of wind and solar power in the Northern European energy system will grow to the extent that new energy plants which can convert electricity into other energy products will become cost-effective, especially in Denmark.
Heading towards 2035, the nature of central […]

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 […]

Belgian certification scheme to benefit CHP operators

The European Union has approved a scheme aimed at rewarding renewable energy and combined heat and power plant operators whose processes conserve energy.

Energy Live News reports that the ruling said the initiatives in Flanders were in line with EU State aid rules because they contribute to reaching international energy […]

By |February 19th, 2018|CHP|

CHP to replace nuclear power in Belgium

Belgium’s cogeneration operators claim they are in pole position to replace nuclear power plants scheduled for phase out in the middle of the next decade.

The Brussels Times reports that cogeneration is part of the overall plan for the closure of nuclear power stations, anticipated for 2025.

Cogeneration power stations currently […]

By |February 7th, 2018|CHP|

CHP project funding site launches in US

A website dedicated to matching combined heat and power (CHP) project developers with investors has been launched in the US.

The mission of is “to speed time-to-funding for viable CHP projects and to connect such projects to the broader venture capital market”, according to a statement.

The new site aims […]

By |February 1st, 2018|CHP|

Finland faces power crunch as CHP units approach retirement

Finland is facing a challenge, as a combination of factors, including ageing combined heat and power plants (CHP), combine to threaten its power supplies.

The country imports 23.9 per cent of its power and around one third comes from its CHP plants, many of which are approaching end of life […]

By |January 30th, 2018|CHP|

Russia plans combined heat and power upgrades

The Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation has published ‘fundamental principles’ for its modernization program of combined heat and power stations.

The plan to upgrade the facilities is scheduled for 2022-2035 period, with modernization of up to 76 GW per year scheduled until 2035.

The commissioning based on the annual […]

By |January 24th, 2018|CHP|

Construction starts on waste-to-energy plant in Lithuania – report

Finnish energy group Fortum Oyj (HEL:FUM1V) and Lietuvos Energija have launched construction work on a waste-to-energy combined heat and power (CHP) project in Lithuania, the Baltic News Service reports.

The EUR-150-million (USD 176.8m) plant will have electricity generation capacity of 24 MW and thermal capacity of about 70 MW. Its construction […]

By |December 14th, 2017|CHP|

German university unveils plan for three CHP plants

Three combined heat and power (CHP) plants are planned for a German university and its associated medical school.

The University of Göttingen and University Medical Centre this week announced plans to develop a new, decentralized power and heat supply system, with two CHP plants to serve the university and one […]

By |November 17th, 2017|CHP|

CHP helps Bloomberg to achieve ‘world’s most sustainable building’

Combined heat and power (CHP) technology is playing its part in helping Bloomberg achieve the status of world’s most sustainable office building for its European headquarters.

Opening later this month in the City of London, the building achieved an ‘Outstanding’ rating against the BREEAM sustainability assessment method, with a 98.5 […]

By |October 3rd, 2017|CHP|
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