The Brunnshög district is an ambitious project, with the goal to offer the best research and innovation environment in the world and to showcase sustainable urban development. Fully developed the district will have 40,000 inhabitants and employees before 2050. Low-grade surplus heat recovered from the research facilities of ESS and MAX IV will heat the entire district.
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In 2015, the district heating supply consisted of 51 % fossil free energy from biomasses, the renewable part of waste, solar, geothermal energy etcetera. Using a larger share of low-grade surplus heat and increasing system efficiency is an important step of reducing emissions even more.
Sara Kralmark and Göran Strandberg from Kraftringen together with Mårten Ahlm from Alfa Laval held a presentation on COOL DH at the Nordic Clean Energy Week. With an audience of about 130 people, the presentation created a lot of interest in the COOL DH project. Kraftringen and Alfa Laval took the opportunity to present COOL Read more about COOL DH at the Nordic Clean Energy Week[…]
Welcome to COOL DH! In this project, we will develop new and path-breaking solutions for district heating and demonstrate state of the art example of district heating systems that are adapted to a sustainable energy system. COOL DH will innovate, demonstrate, evaluate and disseminate technological solutions needed to use sources of low-grade waste heat in Read more about COOL DH – a pioneering project for district heating solutions[…]