district heating pipe News

  • New video on District Energy

    DESMI has produced pumps for district heating for almost 90 years. DESMI has recently released a new video made with support from Danish Board of District Heating. New technologies, concepts and environmental issues are placing new demands on the industry and giving rise to many questions. What are the smart energy grid, and how do we integrate with it? How do we ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • Modernizing District Energy Systems Could Reduce Heating and Cooling Primary Energy Consumption by up to 50% finds New Report

    A transition to modern district energy systems could contribute to 60 per cent of required energy sector emissions reductions by 2050, and reduce primary energy consumption by up to 50 per cent, according to a new report launched today by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in collaboration with the Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency (C2E2), ICLEI - Local Governments for ...

  • Salisbury District Hospital gains green rewards from CHP

    Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust has partnered with cogeneration specialists ENER-G  to supply a combined heat and power  (CHP) and district heating system.   This is ...


    By ENER-G

  • DESMI’s new Dubai base helps re-think district cooling

    “We’ve been working for well over 100 years in the marine & offshore, and district heating sectors, giving us outstanding technical competencies related to seawater and cooling applications,” says Michael Hager, General Manager of DESMI’s newly established Middle East office. “It’s a fundamental background for the competitive edge we have in district ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • £7m boost to heat industry innovation

    Super insulated pipes, advanced algorithms and heat recovered from industrial waste are among the winning ideas in a million pound government-run competition to drive down energy bills and boost low carbon heat supplies in the UK. Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey is set to officially unveil the 17 winning entries at the Association for Decentralised Energy Parliamentary Reception this ...

  • Limestone, Maine water and sewer district gains environmental benefits from federal and state assistance

    A team of senior environmental officials from federal and state agencies today highlighted coordinated work that is resulting in the Greater Limestone Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility achieving significant environmental and economic benefits for Aroostook County. With approximately $9.3 million of funding from the federal Recovery Act, allocated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ...

  • £6 million funding for local authority heat networks

    £6 million grant funding programme launched to help Local Authorities (LAs) in England and Wales develop new heating and cooling networks. A new £6 million grant funding programme has been launched to help Local Authorities (LAs) in England and Wales to develop new heating and cooling networks, and expand existing networks. To win a share of the funding, local ...

  • £9.4 million to boost low carbon heating

    Almost £2.4 million will be offered to 32 local authorities across England and Wales to support the development of heat network projects, designed to provide more efficient heat to buildings and potentially lower heating bills, through the Government’s Heat Networks Delivery Unit (HNDU). Alongside this, the Government has today launched a £7 million scheme offering developers ...

  • Bioenergy now the Main Heat Source for Swedish Houses

    Bioenergy is now the main source of heat for semi-detached and detached houses in Sweden. In 2008 more than half the energy used for heating and hot water came from bioenergy. In total 31.5 TWh were used to provide heating and hot water in detached and semi-detached houses in Sweden in 2008. 51% of these homes had bioenergy as their primary energy ...


    By Elmia AB

  • Biomass heats up luxury holiday homes

    An award-winning holiday retreat on the Scottish Borders is seeing the financial and carbon saving benefits of biomass, thanks to a district heating system from Euroheat, and the commercial Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Eildon Cottages, in Melrose, is a holiday destination comprising a converted 18th century farm house, with six newly built self-catering cottages. Prior to biomass, the ...

  • UK government plan to slash emissions from heating

    The Government has set out its vision of how it can cut emissions from heating homes, businesses and industry in the decades ahead. The Heat Strategy sets out the long term challenges and opportunities on the pathway to decarbonisation and asks specific questions, including seeking views about future policy options, which the Government may need to consider. The scale of the challenge is huge: ...

  • 2012 Deep Research Report on China Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Industry

    2012 Deep Research Report on China Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Industry> was professional and depth research report on China CHP industry. This report has firstly introduced CHP definition classification industry chain etc relation information. Then introduced CHP technology and industry development status, And then introduced CHP applications and related market demand market supply and ...


  • EPA Honors 2015 Energy Star Combined Heat and Power Winners / Facilities in Maine, N.J., Texas recognized for emission reductions

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is recognizing three facilities with the Energy Star Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Award for superior performance of their CHP systems. High-efficiency CHP technology reduces emissions of carbon dioxide and other air pollutants. CHP captures the heat produced when electricity is generated and utilizes that heat—which would otherwise be ...

  • EnLink Wins $3.8 million Award to Build Part of Largest U.S. Geothermal Heat Pump System at Ball State University

    EnLink Geoenergy Services, a leading builder of geothermal heat pump (GHP) HVAC systems, announced today that it has won a $3.8 million contract for a portion of the award-winning Ball State University GHP system, the largest district heating and cooling system in the country. Ball State has won state and national awards ...

  • Small scale CHP shown at the fair

    Technology for commercially viable small scale CHP (combined heat and power) in the effect interval 1-5 MW electricity will be shown at the Nordic District Heating Fair 2011, 20-22 September. Meva Innovation will present their VIPP – Vortex Intensive Power Process for the actors in the district heating sector. This technology is based on production of synthetic gas from biomass fuels and ...


    By Elmia AB

  • North West Cambridge Development – Spine Complete and Lots Take Shape

    We are delighted to announce that we have successfully completed the 2.5km district heating spine on the first phase of the North West Cambridge Development. The installation provides the District Heating pipework for the project across the 150-hectare site, allowing for the distribution of low carbon heat and hot water across the site which will eventually include 3,000 homes, accommodation for ...


    By Vital Energi

  • Improved sorting strategies needed in recycled wood waste, say EU researchers

    Waste management has in the past decade become a profitable business opportunity, but existing waste regulations do not provide strong enough incentives for better pollution control. According to new research, regulations designed to encourage high rates of recycling may also lead to increased pollution levels because material is not sorted correctly.  The supply chain in the recycled wood waste ...

  • New utility GIS in six months

    Essent Local Energy Solutions (ELES, Netherlands) has implemented a new utility geographical information system (GIS) for the design, management, and operation of its growing district heating network with the help of Bentley sisNET. Driving the project was new Dutch government legislation requiring energy utilities to split or unbundle their network, production, and trade operations. This made it ...

  • Thermal Energy Corporation in Houston, Texas Earns Energy Star Award for carbon pollution reductions

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently recognized Thermal Energy Corporation (TECO) of Houston, Texas with the ENERGY STAR Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Award. TECO substantially reduced emissions of carbon dioxide at its plant that serves 19.3 million square feet of building space at the Texas Medical Center—world’s largest medical center complex. ...

  • Historic Vote Will Reduce Hot Water Waste, Save Americans Money and Time

    Plumbing inspectors, manufacturers, engineers, contractors, labor representatives and other industry technical experts in Las Vegas voted overwhelmingly yesterday to make a change to plumbing codes that will ensure hot water pipes in new homes and commercial buildings are insulated. Overall, insulation of hot water pipes will shorten the amount of time spent waiting for hot water at showers and ...

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