New issue of Hot Cool

In Hot Cool 2 2017 we focus on the new “Winter Package”. The theme is covered through articles by Morten Helveg (the European Parliament), Kim Mortensen (the Danish District Heating Association), Birger Lauersen (Euroheat & Power), and Susana Paardekooper, Brian Vad Mathiesen and Lars Grundahl (Aalborg University). Included are also articles by Peter Jorsal […]

Members meeting

DBDH held its latest members meeting in beautiful surroundings at Comwell campus Klarskovgaard, Korsør.
The theme of the summer meeting this time was North America and Networking.
The new chairman of DBDH, Jan Strømvig, managing director at Fjernvarme Fyn, introduced the program of the day, and after this three new members of DBDH introduced […]

Denmark in Chinese agreement with focus on district heating and offshore wind

And Danfoss in heat pump cooperation with the Chinese heat pump industry.

Yesterday, Lars Chr. Lilleholt met with the Chinese Energy Minister Nur Bekri in response to the Minister’s participation in the international energy summit Clean Energy Ministerial and Mission Innovation.

As part of the meeting, the Danish and Chinese Ministers […]

Creating a liveable campus

A transatlantic knowledge sharing project for district energy has been awarded DKK 500,000 by the Ramboll Foundation.

The project will examine how to adapt modern Danish hot water solutions and introduce improved and safer district energy systems to American university campuses. It also aims to increase environmentally-friendly initiatives in the […]

COWI participates in the promotion of Danish business interests with the Danish crown prince couple

​As part of a delegation headed by the Danish Crown Prince Couple, COWI participates in the promotion of Danish business interests at the convent ‘Liveable Scandinavia’ in Stockholm, 29-30 May. The purpose is to promote Danish-Swedish business relations.
How do we handle the current challenges in society and urban areas […]

Strong potential in Danish-German energy partnership

It is relatively easy for Denmark and Germany to apply to the EU directives and plan for more efficient and cost effective energy systems with district heating and cooling and renewable energy, stresses Ramboll’s CEO.

Denmark and Germany are natural partners in energy collaboration. They should collaborate and not compete. […]

Malaysia embraces district energy

The Malaysian government has embraced district energy as a means of powering its emerging economy, while simultaneously helping the country reduce its emissions.
The country has teamed up with UN Environment to boost the use of district energy in Iskandar Malaysia, a growth region in southern Malaysia, and other parts […]

By |May 24th, 2017|Markets|

Extension of Amsterdam heat network in the works

Dutch utility Nuon is working on expanding Amsterdam’s district heating network between IJburg and Zeeburg Island.

Nuon is investigating the possibilities for further construction of the thermal transport pipeline from Zeeburg Island to the Eastern Port area in Amsterdam.

The heat transport pipeline is needed to provide existing and future homes […]

By |May 23rd, 2017|Markets|

District heating expert says quality customer service vital to industry reputation

District heating operators need to prioritise performance in the realm of customer service if the benefits of being part of a heat network aren’t to be overshadowed.

Speaking to Decentralized Energy, David Paterson, Director at Pinnacle Power said increasing digitization represents an opportunity for the sector to up its game […]

By |May 22nd, 2017|Markets|

Polish district heating sector – from coal to solar?

The European Project SDHp2m is addressing the market uptake challenges to increase the share of Solar District Heating in Europe, and more specifically in Poland and other selected European regions. The IEO, the Polish Institute for Renewable Energy, is a member of the project consortium. Approximately only 7.4% of […]

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