Entries by Charlotte Mönnich Jung

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COOL DH mentioned at EU panel debate on energy restructuring

As part of the European Week of Regions and Cities, the Greater Copenhagen EU Office organised a panel debate on energy restructuring in collaboration with five other regional offices from Poland, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, Ireland and Germany. Marie-Louise Lemgart, energy and climate consultant in the municipality of Høje-Taastrup, participated in the panel debate, where she […]

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Joint workshop for COOL DH and Upgrade DH

An innovation workshop was held in Copenhagen on 9th and 10th of October with participants from the two EU projects COOL DH and Upgrade DH. One main purpose of EU projects is to exchange knowledge across the borders. During a workshop combined with site visits the two H2020 projects COOL DH and Upgrade DH joined […]

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COOL DH presented at policy workshop on waste heat recovery investments

The heat being wasted across Europe could cover 100% of our buildings’ needs. District heating and cooling networks can utilise excess heat available from various sources, including excess heat from urban facilities (i.e. data centres, sewage collectors, cooling systems of tertiary buildings, underground stations). However, due to some regulatory challenges, lack of large-scale replicable demonstrators […]

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Conference about the future of thermal grids

During the conference “The Future of Thermal Grids” held in Malmö, Sweden, on 24th September 2019 low temperature district heating and cooling systems were discussed – among other the COOL DH project. Smart, low temperature district heating and cooling systems offer new possibilities for greater energy efficiency by lowering heat losses and utilising more renewable […]

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The world’s largest LTDH network officially opened

On Tuesday 24th September the world’s largest low temperature district heating network was inaugurated in Brunnshög, the sustainable future district in the northeast part of Lund, Sweden. Science Village Scandinavia’s conference facility Möllegården is now being heated with heat recovered from the research facility MAX IV Laboratory. In the future, the entire district of Brunnshög […]