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Solar & Other Renewables

The sun, wind, waves and geothermal heat are energy sources that will never run out. They are perpetual, or self-renewing. Used in a cost-efficient way, they can contribute to securing energy supplies and smoothen the transition to a fossil-free economy.

Collect and store the heat of the sun  

Collecting and storing the heat of the sun for rainy days seems obvious. Danish photovoltaic technology and solar thermal energy systems offer reliable and cost-efficient methods of generating electricity and heat. Today, these systems are applied with success in commercial as well as residential buildings.


On a larger scale, solar thermal energy can be used for district heating, as well. Denmark hosts the world’s largest solar district heating plant. A 20,000 sq. metre solar collector system provides district heating to 1,450 end users. The plant has attracted much attention worldwide, and every year, thousands of professionals and journalists come to visit. 

Collect and store the heat of the sun

Collecting and storing the heat of the sun for rainy days seems obvious. Danish photovoltaic technology and solar thermal energy systems offer reliable and cost-efficient methods of generating electricity and heat. Today, these systems are applied with success in commercial as well as residential buildings.


On a larger scale, solar thermal energy can be used for district heating, as well. Denmark hosts the world’s largest solar district heating plant. A 20,000 sq. metre solar collector system provides district heating to 1,450 end users. The plant has attracted much attention worldwide, and every year, thousands of professionals and journalists come to visit. 

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