DI Energi Arrangementer og netværk

District Energy Workshops

Presentations and dialogue with experts from companies, embassies and institutions.

District energy is climate friendly and a strong factor in promoting energy efficiency and reducing waste of energy. District heating enables the integration of increased shares of renewables into the system and it enables flexible and intelligent solutions at customer level.

Denmark is among the global leaders in the use of district energy and in the development and export of innovative and yet greener and more efficient and digitized solutions in this area. Danish energy authorities, utilities and industry are collaborating in promoting this collective and efficient energy conveyor system.

We look at new and promising opportunities and activities in the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, and Ukraine – countries where the potential is huge and where public-private collaboration makes a difference.

District energy in the Netherlands

Market workshop #1 from 11.00-11.55

There are new goals and new regulation in this market moving from gas to district energy and with strong appetite and plans for expansion.

11.00

Welcome

Morten Jordt Duedahl, DBDH

11.03

The Dutch market situation – latest developments

Mikkel Vibæk Jensen, Danish Embassy, The Hague

11.08

DBDH Activities

Frontunner cities, Export promotions

Morten Jordt Duedahl, DBDH

11.12

Energy Governance Partnership – what happens in the Netherlands 

Niels Frederik Malskær and Rune Nielsen, Danish Energy Agency

11.16

DH development in NL - Focus on the coming Dutch heat law (video link)

Nienke Maas, TNO (TBC)

11.30

Group interactions

Format to be determined

11.50

Q&A

 

Moderator: Business Development Manager Morten Jordt Duedahl, md@dbdh.dk

District energy in Germany

Market workshop #2 from 13.30-14.25

Germany is the largest export market for Danish district energy technologies. It is expected to boom in the coming decade. Collaboration is in place with a range of German Länder and Stadtwerke. How to reap maximum value and commercial benefit from the partnership?

13.30

Welcome

Morten Jordt Duedahl, DBDH

13.33

Climate neutral heating in Germany by 2045

Christian Bjerrum Jørgensen, Danish Energy Agency

13.38

DBDH - Toolbox, Fremstød, AGFW

Morten Jordt Duedahl, DBDH

13.42

Energy Governance Partnership – on a federal and state level.  

Christian Bjerrum Jørgensen and Laura Kjær, Danish Energy Agency

13.46

District Energy Advisory – from project to action

Tara Sabbagh Amirkhizi, The Trade Council, Hamburg

13.50

Heat law in Germany and BW (video link)

Holger Hebisch, KEA BW

14.00

Group inteactions

Format TBD

14.20

Q&A

 

Moderator: Business Development Manager Morten Jordt Duedahl, md@dbdh.dk

District energy in Eastern Europe

Market workshop #3 from 15.00-16.00.

This workshop will focus on Poland and Ukraine. The two largest district heating markets in Central and Eastern Europe are in a transition towards more green and clean energy. Combined with modernization of existing district heating systems this provides strong market opportunities for Danish companies

15.00

Welcome

Pia Zimmermann, DBDH

15.02

New energy cooperation with Poland. New district heating strategy for Poland

Niels Frederik Malskær, Danish Energy Agency

15.10

Market opportunities arising from the transformation of the Polish district heating sector

Izabela Jakobsen, Danish Embassy, Warszaw

15.18

Joint activities in Poland for Danish exporters  

Pia Zimmermann, DBDH

15.21

Q & A

Moderated by Pia Zimmermann, DBDH

15.30

DEA Energy Partnership with Ukraine

Cristian Hernán Cabrera Pérez & Michele Rosa, Danish Energy Agency

15.38

Market opportunities for Danish companies in the Ukrainian district heating sector

Tetyana Kobchenko, Danish Embassy, Kiev

15.46

Joint activities in Ukraine for Danish exporters  

Pia Zimmermann, DBDH

15.50

Q&A

 

Moderator: Export Manager Pia Zimmermann, pz@dbdh.dk

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