District Energy

District energy allows whole towns and city areas to be supplied with heating and cooling energy, and power, via underground energy distribution systems. Connection to a district energy network removes the need for boilers, chiller and plant rooms and a range of fossil and renewable fuel-based generating plant can be used to supply the system.

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Work begins on Danish solar district heating plant


Installation work has begun on a 1.9 MWp concentrated solar power-based distr...

Croatian city to upgrade district heating network


A tender has been opened for the modernization of a district heating net...

Gas engines vs turbines for CHP


The transformation of energy systems currently underway in Germany is having ...

Leicester City

Leicester City explores heat network options


Leicester City Council is looking to expand its green heat networks after rec...

Geothermal analysis

Munich aims high on renewable district heating


The southern German city of Munich is planning to be powered 100 per cent by ...

European Commission greenlights Vilnius CHP plant


The European Commission today approved support for a combined heat and p...

Government plan could raise Denmark district heating costs


Denmark's district heating association has said the government’s new energy s...

Speakers announced for UK Heat 2016 event


The first speakers have been announced for the UK's Heat 2016 conference...

UK heat strategy ‘expensive and difficult’ says thinktank


UK thinkthank Policy Exchange has said the government’s strategy to decarboni...

NIB funds CHP district heating in Stockholm


The Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) is to finance a new biomass combined heat an...

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