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King of the hill: The ‘madcap exuberance’ of Bjarke Ingels’s Amager Bakke plant

The Globe and Mail Summary A waste incinerator with a ski slope on top: The idea seems surreal. And yet the Amager Bakke plant on Copenhagen’s waterfront actually exists, evidence of a particular sort of architectural and urbanistic creativity. The plant is typical by Western European...


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Danish dairy milks CHP capabilities with new cogeneration system

Power Engineering International Summary Polish dairy cooperative OSM Piątnica has selected Caterpillar dealer Eneria Poland to expand the company’s combined heat and power (CHP) capabilities. OSM Piątnica has added 2MW of power and 2MW of heat supplied by a new Cat G3516H gas generator...


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District Heating Digitalization Contributes to 2030 Targets

Mirage Summary Using data and local weather forecasts instead of drawings of the supply network and simulations to control supply temperature can save the district heating sector money and reduce CO 2 . In Denmark, 1.7 million households (about 64 per cent) are heated by district heating...


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Planned geothermal heating project in Aarhus, Denmark could heat up to 100,000 households

Think GeoEnergy Summary Energy miracle with risk: Aarhus will have the state with to the low heat from Earth’s interior Planned geothermal plant in Aarhus will provide heat to 100,000 households. Thisted has the country’s first geothermal plant. Operations manager Søren Højmose Damgaard...


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It Is Time To Act Now if Denmark is to be a Leader in Geothermal District Heating

Think GeoEnergy Summary In an article published today in Danish publication Altinget, “A.P. Møller og Danfoss: Geotermi er en gylden mulighed, vi lige nu risikerer at gå glip af”, Lars Tveen, President, Danfoss Heating and Samir Abboud, CEO, Geothermal in A.P. Møller Holding make a...


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Asnæs Power Station Inaugurated by Denmark’s Crown Prince

Renewable Energy Magazine Summary "The Crown Prince's visit marks the completion of an extensive conversion process. Asnæs Power Station has been given a new and greener life, which will benefit Kalundborg residents and businesses and contribute to Denmark's green transformation," says...


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Facebook Plugs its Danish Data Center into Odense District Heating System Denmark

DatacenterDynamics Summary Facebook has announced that its data center in Odense, Denmark, is now helping to heat up to 7,000 local homes. When the 50,000 sq m (500,000 sq ft) data center campus was announced back in 2017 , Facebook promised to connect it to the local district heating...


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Denmark vows to create world’s first ‘energy islands’

energy Live News Summary The Danish Parliament has agreed to create what it claims to be ‘world’s first energy islands’. The two offshore wind energy islands will be located in the North Sea and Baltic Sea and could help increase Europe’s share of renewable energy. The energy islands...


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Danish government considers tax restructuring for better competitiveness of geothermal

ThinkGeoEnergy Summary The Danish government is looking at abolishing a co-generation requirement for heat and power production and green tax restructuring that could help geothermal become more competitive in the future of district heating in Denmark. As part of preliminary plans for...


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Denmark blessed with “enormous geothermal potential”, yet how much can be used?

ThinkGeoEnergy Summary A new survey of the subsurface in Denmark shows enormous amounts of geothermal energy. It must be utilized in the green transition, so researchers and the Danish District Heating organisation. The Danish subsoil contains so much geothermal energy that it can in...