Partners: Danish District Heating, Dansk Metal, Grundfos, Danfoss, 3F, Aalborg University, AP Møller Holding, Logstor, Kamstrup, Synergi, Siemens, Green Energy and CIP.
500,000 green homes 5 green energy stations 100,001 digital green homes
Today, 500,000 Danish houses are heated via oil and gas lighthouses. 38% of district heating in Denmark is extracted from fossil fuels.
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of Denmark's CO2 emissions can be reduced through district heating
Today, 500,000 Danish homes are heated via oil and gas boilers, and 38% of district heating in Denmark is extracted from fossil fuels. Likewise, there is a huge waste of both electricity and heat that never reaches the consumer.
The Green Heat Alliance creates partnerships between suppliers, manufacturers and politicians. To accelerate and realize the green transition, the Alliance advises politicians and proposes legislative changes. The Alliance's practical track unites manufacturers, politicians, and suppliers on three major demonstration projects: 500,000 green and warm homes, 5 energy stations and 100,001 digital green homes.
The Alliance was established in June 2020.
The Green Heat Alliance unites manufacturers, politicians and suppliers on 3 major demonstration projects: 500,000 green hot homes, 5 energy stations and 100,001 digital green homes. The Alliance establishes both public and private partnerships that ensure that the alliance goes from word to action, so that Denmark achieves its ambition of 70% reduction of CO2 by 2030.
The alliance's policy trail provides guidance to lawmakers and officials on the challenges that stand in the way of the green potential of district heating.