New district heating connection in West Zealand

About 100 km west of Copenhagen, isoplus delivered custom made pipes for a large scale project expanding the district heating net in the area.
An important step in the project is connecting two parts of town on each side of the harbour where the first of the two pipes dived […]

By |August 10th, 2017|DBDH members|

Värtaverket shortlisted for WAF Award

The Swedish biomass-fuelled CHP plant, Värtaverket, is shortlisted for a World Architecture Festival Award in the category “Production, Energy and Recycling”. The project is designed by Gottlieb Paludan Architects and Swedish architects Urban Design.

Värtaverket is among the largest biomass-fuelled CHP plants in the world and reduces Stockholm’s CO₂ emissions […]

IFC and COWI launch ‘Biomass to Energy’ guide

​​The publication “Converting Biomass to Energy – A Guide to Developers and Investors” was presented at this week’s Power-Gen Africa Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa

The guide highlights Biomass to Energy (B2E) perspectives for Sub-Saharan Africa and describes how to plan the process of transitioning to biomass, from assessment of […]

Ramboll honoured with international award for Special Achievement in use of geographic information (GIS)

In competition with 100,000 companies worldwide, Ramboll won the prestigious, international ‘Esri Special Achievement in GIS Award’ for its innovative application of GIS in digital solutions, preparation of geographic mapping and analysis of geographic information.

Ramboll received the Special Achievement Award (SAG) from Esri, the global American company responsible for […]

Iconic district heating plant receives waste fuel shipment

An iconic combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Denmark is set to receive shipments of refuse-derived fuel (RDF) from the UK and Ireland after an agreement with Norwegian waste processing firm Geminor.

The Amager Bakke energy-from-waste district heating plant in Copenhagen is known for its 85-metre wedge-shaped roof which is […]

CFO Henning B. Beck appointed as temporary CEO of LOGSTOR

LOGSTOR’s Board of Directors have announced that CEO Søren M. Eskildsen’s last day of work was June 30. Until a new CEO is appointed, CFO Henning B. Beck will be acting CEO as well as CFO. The Board of Directors expect to announce the appointment of a new CEO in […]

Danfoss opens customer Application Development Center in Florida

Danfoss opens customer Application Development Center in Florida

 

Jorgen M. Clausen, Chairman of the Board (right), and Kim Fausing, who has served as Executive Vice President and COO and takes over as CEO on July 1 (left), inaugurate the new Application Development Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Grand opening celebration marked […]

DH road show to Poland: Warsaw and regions

With the headline “District Heating – How to Move from 2G to 3G and from 3G to 4G” and a focus on strengthening the Danish-Polish cooperation with district heating and cooling, eight DBDH companies participated in the Danish District Heating Road Show in Poland from the 6th to the […]

Danfoss invests massively in a new university center

Public-private partnership adds a Center for Industrial Electronics to the university close to Danfoss’ headquarter
Danfoss joins forces with local partners to establish a Center for Industrial Electronics. The new university center in Sønderborg will contain research, innovation and test facilities at international top level and will at the same […]

Brine cells offer new method for energy storage

Energy stored in brine cells means that the cooling systems at Bergen airport in Norway can run for several days without any mains electricity. The new storage method could change the cooling industry, says civil engineer Rune Teigland of COWI. ​

The future will need energy – lots of energy. This […]

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