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District Heating in Denmark (2009)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on February 25, 2010

This is a presentation of the Managing Director of the Danish Board of District Heating (DBDH), Mr. Jes B. Christensen on the district heating sector in Denmark.

The presentation gives detailed information on the Danish district heating market in Denmark, since the first years in the 70s until nowadays, with references to the legal framework and the government incentive schemes.

These slides also show how district heating has helped reduce CO2 emissions and make Denmark a key example for energy self-sufficiency in Europe.

Large Solar Thermal Systems: Development and Perspectives (2008)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on February 23, 2010

Currently there are around 120 large scale solar heating plants with more than 500 m2 of solar collectors in operation in Europe, 10 of which are located in Denmark.

The first Danish plant was built in 1987 with 1,000 m2 of ground mounted collectors. Today it still remains active, producing heating for the citizens. The Danish government has set very high targets for district heating in the upcoming years. In the “Strategy for solar thermal”, the Danish Energy Agency has set an ambitious target of 10% of district heating load to be covered by solar thermal in 2030.

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