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|

German Renewable Energy Act to face scrutiny after elections

The new German government elected in next month’s general elections is likely to implement significant reforms to or replace the renewable energy act (EEG) within the next four years, extend support for combined heat and power (CHP) generation and pave the way for the electrification of the transport and […]

By |August 31st, 2017|Markets|

Danfoss makes millions on new agreement in China

Danfoss will supply components for Chinese heat pumps and will thus receive a share of the 20 billion DKK ¨that Beijing has devoted this year to improve the energy efficiency.

Coal-fired plants out, heat pumps and natural gas in. This is just one of the ways in which Beijing’s local government […]

Cowi wins unique order with large Chinese energy company

Nowhere else in the world are there as many wind turbines as in China. But instead of spinning, almost every fifth of them is not moving – 17 pct. to be exact. This is because the Chinese coal power plants lack flexibility in terms of reducing power from renewable sources, such […]

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 […]

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