District Energy Planning

Thermal energy can be produced very efficiently if plans and systems are constructed well.

Strategic district energy planning is paramount for any country’s green energy transition. Denmark adopted its first Heat Supply Act in 1979, which included a vast public heating plan that allowed for financing of a collective district heating infrastructure. An obligatory connection was introduced to ensure a sufficient customer base, all planed with socio-economic benefits in mind. This resulted in energy efficiency, cost savings, flexibility of fuels and increased security of supply and today, the district energy system covers 80 percent of Denmark’s heat demand.

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