Initially, we are building a mini-heating network of around 1.6 km with which we supply heat to nearby companies (3 MW). We are starting construction of this network right now, based on our existing facility. In a second phase, when our new plant is operational, we want to roll out a larger network of 12 km in the direction of the city (> 50 MW). It is our intention that other heat sources can be linked to this and that the network itself can be interconnected with other new, yet to be realized, networks in the long term. In this way we are building, step by step, an extensive regional network, that will contribute significantly to a climate-neutral, smart city.
A growing energy consumption and an increasing demand for sustainable solutions call for Ramboll’s expertise in designing sustainable energy systems. Heat pump solutions enable the co-production of heating and cooling by reusing surplus heat from facilities like data centres, industries or wastewater treatments. This makes the technology a key element in cleaner and more efficient energy systems.
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TAKING ENERGY EFFICIENCY TO THE NEXT LEVEL (WHILE REDUCING CO2 EMISSIONS) See how we integrate technology in district energy systems: www.ramboll.com/district-energy
RAMBOLL HAS PROVIDED CONSULTING SERVICES TO MORE THAN 200 DISTRICT ENERGY SYSTEMS WORLDWIDE, RANGING FROM SMALL VILLAGE SCHEMES TO CITY-WIDE TRANSMISSION NETWORKS.
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