One of the world’s most advanced district energy systems

Date: 11 June 2019

Ramboll has supported utility company Taarnby Forsyning (TF) in establishing one of the smartest and most advanced district heating and cooling systems in the world. The project demonstrates how smart cities are built on smart solutions that promote the synergy between energy and the environment while benefitting the local community.

3D illustration showing a positive indication of the visual impact of the district cooling plant and storage tank (green) in Taarnby

3D illustration showing a positive indication of the visual impact of the district cooling plant and storage tank (green) in Taarnby

Denmark is well-known for championing sustainable initiatives, being cited globally as an example to follow when addressing questions related to the future of energy. In fact, Denmark seems to have grasped the formula for a sustainable and cost-effective approach to energy without compromising on economic growth and community development. Living up to the country’s standards, Ramboll has supported Taarnby Forsyning (TF) – a municipally-owned utility company – establishing one of the smartest and most advanced district heating and cooling systems in the world.

Read more here and also in the new edition of Hot Cool