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Sino-Danish Collaboration Centre on Clean and Renewable Heating

by Linda Bertelsen
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The project collaborates with the Danish Energy Agency and the Sino-Danish expert panel on district heating (DH). The panel comprises thirteen experts from China, Denmark, and internationally. Their collective efforts are directed towards expediting energy efficiency and the development of district heating. 

The expert panel is part of the Sino-Danish Clean and Renewable Heating Centre. This collaboration is organised by the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) and the China Renewable Energy Engineering Institute (CREEI) in partnership with UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre. The centre shares best practices in energy mapping, heat planning, legislation, and technical and real-life applications of clean and renewable heating.

The collaboration between this project and the expert panel is one of the ways to gain new knowledge and share results and insights from the project. The competencies in the expert panel are very strong, and we recommend investigating the links below to learn more about the work of the expert panel and the Sino-Danish Clean and Renewable Heating Centre

To learn more about the Sino-Danish Clean and Renewable Heating Centre and the knowledge they have collected: Sino-Danish Clean and Renewable Heating Cooperation Centre – English – Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency (unepccc.org)

To find the experts on the panel: Sino-Danish Clean and Renewable Heating Cooperation Centre – Experts – Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency (unepccc.org)