Who knew that browsing the Internet could make people’s homes warm?

Great news for inhabitants of Stockholm: The warmth of their homes could come from a simple (and sometimes wasteful) activity people indulge in everyday – browsing the internet.

To achieve its green objective of becoming free from fossil fuels by 2040, Stockholm is aiming to source 10% of its needed […]

February 24th, 2017|

New agreement is to provide clean heat to Beijing

The China National Energy Conservation Center and the Danish Energy Agency signed an implementing agreement of a Sino-Danish pilot project on district heating and energy efficiency improvement in Beijing.

An important step in China’s energy transition was taken on Tuesday the 21st of February. An implementing agreement was signed between […]

February 22nd, 2017|

Stand still available for the UK’s largest renewable energy event

All-Energy Exhibition and Conference is the UK’s largest renewable energy event, this year taking place on 10th & 11th May in Glasgow. The conference provides the industry suppliers and experts from the renewable energy supply chain the opportunity to connect with new customers, increase their sales opportunities and expand […]

February 21st, 2017|

The World Bank announces Denmark as leading in green energy

Denmark has the best framework conditions in the world when it comes to access to energy, energy efficiency, and renewable energy, states the World Bank in a new report.
By Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate
On a scale from 1-100, Denmark scores 100 in “energy access”, 86 in “energy […]

February 21st, 2017|

Delegation from Kosovo Explores Danish Solar Heating

A delegation were in Denmark on a study trip to learn about Danish energy technology, how to use it in Kosovo’s energy production and to gather knowledge on how to work as a cluster.
The delegation consisted of companies working in the metal industry and in renewable energy, participants from […]

February 20th, 2017|

Proposed geothermal district heating project in Alberta could be Canada’s first

A recently presented pre-feasibility study, highlights the potential for a proposed geothermal district heating system in the city of Hinton, in Alberta/ Canada and possibly the first such system in the country.

At a recent meeting, initial results of a pre-feasibility study for a geothermal district heating project in the city […]

February 20th, 2017|

Mergers good for Denmark’s district heating sector

A new report has shown that Denmark’s district heating sector is consolidating in what the Danish District Heating Association (DDHA) terms ‘a healthy development’.

According to recent figures from the DDHA, there are currently 46 district heating firms in the country, down from 110 in 2010.

This consolidation has pushed down […]

February 20th, 2017|

Energy policy chief hails UK district heating boom

The UK’s chief energy policy adviser at the Danish Embassy believes British district heating is booming.

Ian Manders pointed to the rise in value of district heating contract tenders issued in 2016 for the public sector. That value quadrupled, rising to £350m from just £76m the year before.

The Danish Embassy, […]

February 8th, 2017|


Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractor (BWSC) takes over boiler manufacturer Burmeister & Wain Energy (BWE).
“We have for a long time worked closely with BWE and we know the company and many of the employees. With this merger we secure our position as a leading energy company in the global markets […]

February 8th, 2017|

$346m combined heat and power plant for Berlin

Vattenfall says it is demonstrating its commitment to Berlin’s environmental objectives through its plan to develop a combined heat and power plant in the city.

The new $346m new gas-fired combined cycle heat and power plant will be located in the Berlin district of Marzahn-Hellersdorf.

“This decision is a clear commitment […]

February 8th, 2017|
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