Look forward to a series of webinars in the upcoming months
November 12th 14.00-15.00 CET
Renewable heat in Odense – an innovative lesson on how to recycle renewable energy with heat pumps for district heating
Datacenters are crucial for the welfare and security of human beings. At the same time, they are widely known to consume energy. As the number of datacenters is growing, there is an urgent need to discuss how to increase their energy efficiency by innovative means such as using the surplus heat for district heating. Join Fjernvarme Fyn, Ramboll, and Invest in Denmark to learn how Fjernvarme Fyn in Odense, Denmark, is using surplus heat from the Facebook data center cooling process to distribute it – via a new heat pump energy center – to Odense’s district heating network.
You will hear from the district heating utility, the design engineer and a market expert in datacenters:
• Kim Winther, Head of Business Development, Fjernvarme Fyn
• Anders Carøe, Energy Export, Ramboll
• Kim Schultz, Datacenter market expert, Invest in Denmark
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TCI vs TCO – and the right choice from the two principles
Presenters: LOGSTOR, manufacturer of complete pre-insulated pipe systems for the transportation of gases and liquids to the district heating and cooling, oil and gas, marine and industrial sectors
Digital software solutions
Presenters: Danfoss, supplier of controls and heat transfer solutions for district heating and cooling applications
October the 28th
Digitalisation of District Heating – challenges and opportunities for the utility sector
Kamstrup, supplier of intelligent energy and water metering solutions, presented by Steen Schelle, Head of Product Management
Foresight – Climate & Energy,presented by Philippa Nuttall, Editor-in-Chief
Utility company Viborg Fjernvarme, presented by Tom Diget, Manager of Distribution
Euroheat & Power, presented by Alessandro Provaggi, Head of the DHC+ Technology Platform
View the webinar here
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