Today, 70 percent of all carbon emissions come from Cities and half of that is generated by heating and cooling. If we are to keep global warming below 1.5°C, we must make a change and decarbonize our Cities. Fast!
Publication date: December 17, 2019
By exploiting the potential of district energy to heat and cool our buildings, 2050 goals are realistic and achievable. Modern district energy networks can be efficient, greener, and more intelligent that ever. But with new renewable and waste heat sources, accompanied by transition to low-temperature networks, these systems are getting more and more complex. Digitalization is a tool, allowing us to efficiently handle this complexity.
In Danfoss, we have developed an End-to-End solution (from components to optimization solutions) enabling operators to efficiently design and operate modern District Energy networks. Please, view the video below.
Moderator: Morten Jordt Duedahl, Business Development Manager, DBDH
- Impacts of digitalization in district energy – Overall integration of end-to-end solution to district energy systems, Milan Jungic, Senior Product Manager, Danfoss
- Artificial intelligence as enabler of builiding (demand side) optimization and peak load shoving, Jukka Aho, Managing Director, Leanheat
- State-of-the-art solutions for primary side opreational and design optimization, Leif Moller Jakobsen, Business Development Manager, Danfoss