The world’s population flows to the big cities where there is a need to cool the houses in the summer. Therefore, there is an enormous potential for installing cheap and climate-friendly district cooling instead of air conditioning.
But if Danish companies are to be part of the market, a strong domestic market is needed for district cooling. This is stated by consulting company Ramboll emphasizes in a report that has just been released, made for DI, the Danish District Heating Association and the District Heating Industry.
Read the press release here (in Danish)
and view the report here here