Excess heat benefiting citizens in Padborg

Sustainable solutions enabling the supply of heat to local communities form the basis of the collaboration between Padborg Fjernvarmeværk and Arla’s local dairy in Kruså. The objective of the collaboration is to transform excess heat into domestic heating. This holistic approach to resources underpins the target of supplying 100% CO2-neutral heating to local citizens and businesses by 2030.

Green heating in North Zealand

NORFORS participates in a joint municipal project called grøn varme (green heating) with the aim of defining targets and sub-targets to ensure fossil-free heating no later than 2035, and the project is already well underway.

Wastewater treatment in Hillerød

Wastewater from some 50,000 users is treated at Hillerød Forsyning’s sustainable wastewater treatment plant, which has a capacity of 100,000 PE or 7-8 million cubic metres of wastewater per year. The wastewater treatment plant is the first covered facility in Denmark and seeks to be a beacon in Danish environmental technology.

Cloudburst protection in Copenhagen

The Sankt Annæ Project includes renovation, traffic calming and climate protection of both Sankt Annæ Square, Kvæsthusgade and the sunny side of Nyhavn from Toldbodgade to the harbour. The pier, Kvæsthusmolen, has also been renovated and a subterranean car park has been established.

Sewerage systems in Ringsted

The environment, climate, energy and health are focus areas in Ringsted Spildevand’s sewerage projects, which include separate sewerage of urban areas, wastewater sewerage pipes for 108 homes located in open-country residential areas and sewerage systems for new urban areas.

Heat pumps in district heating

The green transition is a social responsibility which the Danish district heating sector has embraced. The government’s ambition of a low-emission society has become a benchmark for developing green heat production.