Celsius Talk: Energy Security for Cities

European cities have experienced a winter with very high energy prices and Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine has, in a painful way, shown us the importance of becoming energy independent. These reasons, added to the already alarming climate change, make the...

Energy security for cities

How can cities establish efficient, future-proof energy systems, that are independent from energy imports? The heating and cooling sector uses approximately 50% of the energy in the EU [1] making it important in the energy transition. At the heart of the transition...

District heating prices highly competitive in Denmark

The competitiveness of district heating compared to individual heating When is district heating the cheapest source of heating? In Denmark district heating supplies heat to 3.6 million people living in 1.7 million buildings, which amounts to 62% of the Danish...

Celsius Talk: Cities Going Carbon Neutral

As we all know cities play a major role in the transition to the carbon neutral society. Celsius, since 2013, supported cities in their transitions towards more sustainable energy systems for heating and cooling. Along the way we have found so many inspiring examples...

Brunnshög – Where Science Heats the City

The world’s largest low temperature district heating grid was inaugurated in Lund, Sweden, in the fall of 2019. The grid is based on fossil free energy from recovered waste heat and feature many new technologies. The project was awarded the Global District Energy...
Author: Karin Weijdegård