This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691624
Very innovative approaches for integrating large scale solar thermal into modern district heating systems are applied in Braedstrup. This workshop includes a plant visit tour by the operating district heating company, and will allow participants to get in touch with this Danish success story.
Various studies have shown a great potential for the solar district heating technology and the Danish situation shows that solar heat for district heating is feasible even in combination with combined heat and power production. In Denmark this has given a breakthrough for the technology with 250 000 m2 of solar collectors already installed and 500 000 m2 in the pipeline.
Within the IEE project ‘SDHplus – New Business Opportunities for Solar District Heating and Cooling’, a workshop will be held in Braedstrup, Denmark, on the 27 and 28 September 2012. This workshop supports market actors and local authorities from European ‘newcomer countries’ in developing new solar district heating plants in their communities.
The workshop will be an international forum of exchange between interested and experienced decision makers and experts from heat suppliers, utilities and local authorities who face the challenge to make their district heating grids more sustainable. During the plant visit tour in Breadstrup realized solar district heating plants together with innovative district heating technology will be presented by the operating district heating company.
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