DKK 84 billion in Danish export of energy technology in 2016

A new report by the Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate presents Danish export of energy technology and services in 2016. According to the report, Danish companies exported energy technology and service for approx. DKK 83.8 billion – a figure covering both green and other energy technology.
Danish companies […]

April 28th, 2017|

Geothermal district heating system planned for city in Galicia, Spain

Thee city of Ourense in the province of Galicia in Spain is planning to move forward on a geothermal district heating system, which could become the first of its kind in Spain.

The Minister of Energy, Tourism and Digital Agenda, Álvaro Nadal, and the mayor of Ourense, Jesús Vázquez, signed […]

April 27th, 2017|

Denmark: Solar district heating capacity nearly doubled in 2016

Last year was a record-breaking one for new solar district heating (SDH) installations in Denmark. With 31 new SDH systems and 5 plant expansions, the newly installed collector area grew at double the rate of 2015 and totalled 495,226 m² (347 MWth). The year prior saw 15 plants built […]

April 27th, 2017|

Opportunity to meet Lockheed Martin in Denmark

A large technology promotion is taking place 17-18 May in Herning and Bjerringbro. The arrangement is called B2B17.

Lockheed Martin will bring a team of no less than 34 persons from all four of Lockheed Martin’s business areas to Denmark in order to meet and identify potential partners from the defence and energy industry.

“B2B17 […]

April 26th, 2017|

EU supporting synergies between transport and energy sectors

On Monday, EU Member States approved the Commission’s proposal to invest €22.1 million in seven actions that will help develop sustainable and efficient transport and energy infrastructure. They will receive funding from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), one of the key funding instruments of the EU’s Energy Union strategy […]

April 26th, 2017|

Energy commission recommends an ambitious energy policy in Denmark – here and now

he government-appointed Energy Commission has presented its recommendations for an ambitious energy policy to the Danish government. The recommendations will be included in the process of defining policy for the next phase of Denmark’s green transition.

The Energy Commission has completed its recommendations, and Chairman Niels B. Christiansen has handed […]

April 26th, 2017|

UK urged to restructure energy system to support decentralized energy

The UK must urgently restructure its energy system to avoid blackouts and other problems arising from the growing use of decentralized energy, a new report has found.

In the report titled People power: how consumer choice is changing the UK energy system, environmental group the Green Alliance said the use […]

April 25th, 2017|

Apple’s upcoming Danish data center will help warm area homes

Once complete, Apple’s data center in Viborg, Denmark will actually redirect heat to warm homes in the surrounding Jutland region, Apple noted last week.

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The center will “capture excess heat from its equipment and conduct it into the local district heating system,” Apple explained in its 2017 Environmental Responsibility […]

April 24th, 2017|

District heating will grow in the Netherlands

Eight companies from Denmark participated in a visit to the Netherlands early March. Together with Warmte Netwerk a full 2½ day program was organized.

We visited 5 larger energy companies where we had organized tailormade workshops focusing on the specific challenges and projects happening in each of the 5 companies. […]

April 21st, 2017|

New chairman of DBDH

At DBDH’s general assembly on March 30, it was time for the election of a new chairman.
Lars Gullev, managing director in VEKS, resigned as chairman of DBDH and passed on the baton to Jan Strømvig, managing director of Fjernvarme Fyn.


April 20th, 2017|
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