Charlotte McLaughlin, Ammonia 21
A new 5 MW ammonia heat pump, inaugurated this week, will service 1,100 households in Copenhagen.
This week (2 April), Copenhagen utility provider HOFOR, CTR (a Copenhagen heat purchaser providing district heating), VEKS (a Danish supplier of excess heat for district heating) and the Copenhagen Mayor of Technology and the Environment inaugurated a new 5 MW ammonia heat pump system for district heating in the Danish capital.
The new ammonia heat pump system can supply up to 1,100 households with heat in the Greater Copenhagen area.
Copenhagen Technology and Environment Mayor Ninna Hedeager Olsen views the new project as part of Copenhagen’s “ambitious goal to become the world's first CO2-neutral capital in 2025”.