Entries by Therese Ek

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From traditional DH to LTDH in Østerby

A new low-temperature network has been designed to upgrade the old and obsolete traditional district heating-network in Høje-Taastrup. This report provides information about the final design and the implementation of the low-temperature district heating network and can be used as a guideline of the installation process for future similar projects.

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Corona, webinars, CPS and new substations: COOL DH newsletter #4

It has been a strange spring. Each person around the globe has felt the effects of the spread Covid-19, but so far it has had a relatively limited impact on the overall progress of the COOL DH-project. There has been some problems with deliveries of equipment, but there has also been some positive effects. Since […]

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Producing heating, cooling and surplus heating for the LTDH grid

In COOL DH we develop and demonstrate a range of technologies to supply low-temperature networks with heat without compromising the users’ comfort and the efficiency of the district heating system. In Lund, Kraftringen has installed a heat recovery system at MAX IV research facility, supplying the new Brunnshög district with low temperature district heating.

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CoolDH & Celsius Talk: Low Temperature District Heating

This webinar is hosted in partnership between Celsius, a demand driven collaboration hub for efficient, integrated heating and cooling solutions supporting cities in their energy transition to carbon-neutral systems, and COOL DH. Together we will present some of the opportunities and challenges cities may encounter in their endeavour towards a sustainable and efficient energy system.