This document explains a study carried out by the company RambÃ¸ll Denmark and the Aalborg University about the Danish district heating market and technologies.
The study was presented at the District Energy Climate Summit held parallel to the COP 15, the United Nations Climate Change Conference that took place in Denmark in December 2009.
The document reviews Danish policies, legislations and political targets set in the past to what regards the use of renewables. It also mentions different district heating projects with geothermal, CHP, solar thermal and others.
The forecasts for 2006-2050 indicate that district heating will grow from 46% to 63% in 2020 and up to 70% before 2050 in Denmark.