A few months ago, the Energy and Climate Academy, in cooperation with DBDH, carried out two different courses on district heating.
The two courses had different content, one being a thorough introduction to the entire district heating area, while the other focused on how an existing district heating system can be renovated and expanded.The courses were conducted in Copenhagen, Denmark, and in addition to the theoretical knowledge, two site visits were included in each course.
Course participants, who came from different countries, were very positive and evaluated both content and teachers very much.
After the course, we asked some of the participants about their opinion about the courses:
Lars Strøbech, VEKS, Copenhagen:
”This course provided me with excellent and broad knowledge about district heating systems and even though I have been working in this field for many years I got valuable insight which I can use in my job as energy planner”.
Saša Kojić, Director Global Vertical Business Development, Danfoss:
”In my position as a Director for Vertical business development in Danfoss District Energy division, it is important to stay on the top of modern district heating trends and technologies. When visiting different countries across Europe, one can see a strong pull to learn about Danish District Heating systems and models. I found the course at Energy and Climate academy useful because of excellent organization, combination of lectures and examples from practices. Above all I found very useful site visits and discussions with experts from Danish district heating utilities.
Great learnings and impressive cases from top experts in the district heating industry!”
Read more about the courses here: https://ecacademyen.nemtilmeld.dk/admin/events/listview/