The OPTi project aims to optimizing the architecture and control of DHC systems through advanced modelling, analysis and control.
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Involvment of the tenants in Gårdsten in Gothenburg has made it possible to install district heating to white goods.
This presentation describes the long-term project by Gothenburg Energy on how to go ahead with short-term storage in buildings.
The pump manufacturer Grundfos and Bjerringbro Varmeværk, invested in three heat pumps to co-produce heat and cooling.
The excess heat from Kopenhagen Furs large cold storage is sent to the local district heating company, Glostrup Varme.
Excess heat from the refrigeration system of the Høruphav supermarket is delivered to Sønderborg Fjernvarme.
Low-temperature heat from district cooling is used to produce district heating to Copenhagen Markets with a large cooling demand.
This project explores the possibilities of utilizing supermarket refrigeration systems as sources for district heating networks.
An international connection between Denmark and the Netherlands called COBRA cable deliver excess heat to the local district heating network.
40% of the total heat production in Tønder can be produced by the two parallel mechanical heat pumps.
Multiple heat recovery projects from sewage water exist in Germany.
The heat pump facility called Sandvika Energisentral utilizes sewage water for both heating and cooling purposes.