Landfill transformed into renewable energy site

A closed landfill at the city-border of Graz in Austria now has a new purpose. A plant combining solar energy with gas from the landfill has been constructed and supplies the local community with district heating. Arcon-Sunmark had developed the plant which is a role model example of how […]

The Energy Union gets simplified, robust and transparent governance

An ambitious political agreement on the governance of the Energy Union was reached today between negotiators from the Commission, the European Parliament and the Council.

With yesterday’s deal the Member States of the European Union will be equipped to govern the Energy Union – this common project aimed at ensuring […]

New partnership to develop the potential of geothermal energy for district heating

Danfoss and A.P. Møller Holding A/S enter into strategic partnership. The partnership is part of A.P. Møller Holding’s project to develop and explore the potential of an industrialized approach to geothermal energy in Denmark.

The geothermal potential in Denmark is quite high and geothermal energy as a clean energy option […]

Winners and losers in the race to meet the Paris climate goals

A new ranking shows how European countries stack up on climate protection. How does your country compare?

The Paris Agreement to limit climate change signed in 2015 had countries committing to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions in order to keep global temperature rise well below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) […]

DIY store to generate its own energy

A tools and hardware retail chain in the UK has announced its first net-zero energy store, which aims to cover 100 per cent of its power needs with renewables.

The Screwfix store in the city of Peterborough, owned by home improvement giant Kingfisher, will feature an on-site solar PV array, […]

The world’s largest solar hot water system powered by Danfoss

SONDEX® heat exchanger technology and VLT® drives ensure world-class efficien-cy in pump control and heat transfer. The world’s largest solar hot water system re-duces annual CO2 emissions by 15,700 tons annually in Silkeborg, Denmark.

The world’s largest solar hot water system harnesses energy to heat the homes and workplaces of […]

BROEN launches the next generation full flow valve technology

Pressrelease (June 2018)

Building on the heritage from more than 30 years of Danish district heating know-how, BROEN now introduces a new full flow district energy valve in the proven BROEN Ballomax® range of valves for heating, cooling and industrial applications.

This new patented valve features an energy optimized full flow […]

Germany awards 112 MW in CHP tenders

Germany has awarded contracts for just under 21 MW in its first tender for ‘innovative combined heat and power (CHP) systems’. The country’s Federal Network Agency (Bundesnetzagentur) said seven bids totalling around 23 MW had been received, but two bids were invalid.

The average price for the winning bids was […]

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Commission proposes most ambitious Research and Innovation programme yet

For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the Commission is proposing €100 billion for research and innovation.

A new programme – Horizon Europe – will build on the achievements and success of the previous research and innovation programme (Horizon 2020) and keep the EU at the forefront of global research […]

isoplus – new site development in Malling – a solid solution

Due to its wide spectre of educational and cultural offers as well as its commercial life Aarhus, in Jutland is a magnet that attracts great numbers of new residents – and this also makes itself felt in the surrounding communities.
In Malling 15 km to the south of Aarhus, too, […]

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