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CTR is jointly owned by the Municipalities of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Gentofte, Gladsaxe and Tårnby and is responsible for the optimal heat production and transmission of heat to the associated distribution networks in the 5 municipalities.
In association with VEKS, Copenhagen Energy and Vestforbrænding CTR operate the Heat Integrated Heat Transmission System in Greater Copenhagen. The 4 companies ensure that the total heat to the system is produced in an optimal way and with lowest CO2 emissions.
In a normal year 5 million MWh is delivered from the 50 km long CTR transmission system through 29 heat substations to the distribution networks. The annual heat loss in the transmission system is 1%. The heat is produced in an optimal way by waste-to-energy CHP (27%), CHP based on gas, coal and biomass (70%), geothermal energy (2%) and oil boilers (1%). Therefore, by using renewable energy and reducing cooling losses from the power plants, the fossil fuel consumption for the heat is only 0.3 MWh fuel per MWh thermal energy. The CO2 emission is only 96 kg/MWh heat delivered to each distribution network and it is still being reduced by integrating more renewable energy in the production.
Moreover the shift from small local boilers to large CHP plants with efficient flue gas cleaning, incl. removal of SO2 has had a very positive impact on the air quality in the Greater Copenhagen area.
Ramboll has provided consultancy services to CTR since the company was established in 1984 including:
- System design
- Hydraulic analysis including pressure transient analysis
- Design of the system
- Procurement and implementation
- Ad hoc assistance with operation and maintenance
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Amager Resource Centre
Every day of the year we relieve the inhabitants and companies of the five capital municipalities Dragør, Frederiksberg, Hvidovre, Copenhagen and Tårnby of their waste and supply heat and electricity to their households in return. In total this amounts to 435,000 tons of waste which is converted into electricity and
Danish Board of District Heating (DBDH is a private organisation representing the leading actors of the Danish district energy sector, including: Heat and combined heat and power production companies and waste incineration companies Heat transmission and distribution companies Private consulting companies, R&D institutions and training institutes Manufacturing companies
Copenhagen Capacity is the official inward investment agency of Greater Copenhagen. Our mission is to promote the region internationally with the aim of attracting and maintaining foreign companies. The services include business information, access to an extensive network of expert consultants, lawyers, public authorities and businesses.
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Frederiksberg Forsyning is a multi supply utility in the heart of Copenhagen, supplying 110,000 customers with district heating , water and city gas. The utility is also maintaing the sewage system in the municipality of Frederiksberg.
The municipality of Frederiksberg is the owner of the company.
The company shares a common address
The City of Frederiksberg is a modern, metropolitan local authority with the characteristics of a major city. First and foremost, however, is a residential area with all service provisions included. The many parks and leisure facilities in the city provide the Capital with a green oasis characterised by a special