Solutions for local integration of renewable energy sources (RES)

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This deliverable summarizes and gives an overview of existing and newly developed technical solutions used for the domestic hot water production that can be implemented in low temperature or ultra-low temperature district heating networks, and that can increase the share of renewable energy in the building sector.
Visionsbild Brunnshög. Illustration: Atkins

Invitation to external partners to be part of a test bed for Low Temperature District Heating

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Kraftringen is building a unique low temperature district heating…
COWI A/S

The future City Hall in Høje-Taastrup to be heated with solutions from COOL DH

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The future City Hall in Høje-Taastrup will kick-start the development of the new district Høje-Taastrup C. The City Hall will be heated with low temperature district heating based on solutions developed in the COOL DH project

System solutions for multifamily houses and tertiary buildings

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The pipe heat losses in the circulation of domestic hot water…

Watch the recorded Innovation webinar

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On the Innovation webinar we presented some of the main findings from COOL DH first year with focus on innovations for low temperature district heating.
Uffe Schleiss, technical manager at Høje-Taastrup Fjernvarm

Development of short time and seasonal energy storage

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Høje Taastrup District Heating and COWI A/S have examined the…

Welcome to COOL DH Innovation Webinar 12th December

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A little more than one year into the project, we have now gotten far in the innovation process on developing smart city LTDH-solutions and system optimization with interesting results. In this webinar, we will present some of these findings.

Solutions for avoiding risk of Legionella

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Low temperatures in domestic hot water systems increases the risk of growth of Legionella bacteria which if inhaled can cause Pontiac fever or Legionnaires' disease. Lund University, Kraftringen and COWI have worked on a report that investigates solutions for avoiding risk of Legionella when using LTDH. Kerstin Sernhed from Lund University (Dept. of Energy Sciences) introduces the report.
Lund 180620 Sara Kralmark på Kraftringen. Foto: André de Loisted

LTDH connected appliances - eliminating electricity topping of temperature

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Kraftringen and COWI A/S have produced this report that shortly describes the technology and history of HWC (Heating Water Circuit) appliances, as well as traditional dishwashers that are connected to hot tap water and washing machines with both hot and cold water connections.

COOL DH newsletter #1: September 2018

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Welcome to COOL DH newsletter #1 With close to one year into…