District heating networks could meet 50% of the UK’s heat demand

District heat networks could meet 50% of the UK’s heat demand and save the UK economy £3bn, according to a report.

‘District Heat Networks in the UK: Potential, Barriers and Opportunities’, which was written by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI), identifies eight ‘cost-saving’ route maps for heat network deployment in the UK which were developed […]

By |November 15th, 2018|Markets|

New district heating network for French city

A new district heating network is expected to reduce a French city’s carbon emissions by 17,000 tonnes per year.

The Nord Chézine heat network is being developed in the city of Nantes and will complement two existing district heating systems.

Installed by Danfoss Heating, the project is planned for completion in […]

Constructive two-day visit to Kiev

Kiev was the destination of yet another visit to Ukraine undertaken by Danish companies together with DBDH on December 5-6th. The purpose of the trip was to highlight potential business opportunities that can be seized by Danish district heating technology providers and Ukrainian district heating companies in the years to come.

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Denmark signs partnership agreement with German green frontrunner

A new partnership agreement between the German state of Baden- Württemberg and Denmark was announced today. The agreement aims to help the German green frontrunner accelerate its transition to a low-carbon, energy effective society and simultaneously increase Danish exports of energy technology.
The partnership agreement spans areas such as energy […]

By |November 16th, 2017|Markets, Political|

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.

Joint Danish Participation at Annual District Heating Forum in Miedzyzdroje

For the second time DBDH participated in the Polish District Heating Forum hosted by the city of Międzyzdroje on 10-13 September 2017. This year, 10 Danish companies joined the Danish stand at this Forum which is by far the largest event of the heating sector in Poland and […]

Danfoss will help Jinan become the green metropolis of China

A strategic cooperation agreement has been signed between Danfoss China and the Municipal Government of Jinan. Danfoss will leverage its district energy solutions with strong proven record in the green transition of Denmark to help the city realize clean heating, improve air quality, and facilitate the construction of the […]

By |September 13th, 2017|DBDH members, Markets|

DBDH at the 21. District Heating Forum in Poland

Today, the XXI District Heating Forum in Miedzyzdroje, Poland opened, and DBDH was present from the beginning, looking forward to two days’ conference and exhibition with the theme “Clean Air in the City”.

The 21. annual exhibition was opened by Boguslaw Regulski and Jacek Szymczak from the Polish Chamber of […]

By |September 11th, 2017|DBDH, DBDH members, Markets|

CHP and energy-from-waste win contracts in UK renewables auction

Two biomass combined heat and power (CHP) schemes and six waste-to-energy plants have emerged as winners under the UK’s second Contracts for Difference auction.

The projects, announced today by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), were awarded under the “less established technologies” category and include the 85 MW […]

By |September 11th, 2017|Markets|

Positive forecast for CHP in post-election Germany

Germany will stage its general election on the 24th September and there is debate about the potential impact on the country’s energy policy, once the victors are known.

Argus reports that the next government, tipped to remain headed by Chancellor Angela Merkel and the CDU, will most likely extend support […]

By |September 1st, 2017|CHP, Markets, Political|
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