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4DH gives expert advice to EU’s Energy Efficiency Directive

4DH Research puts District Heating on Global Agenda

District heating research affect European energy strategy

4DH reduces energy costs more than fossil fuels

Everything about the 2nd International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and 4DH on 27-28 September 2016 in Aalborg

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The hypothesis was that 4DH and low-energy buildings will contribute to the creation of thermal comfort in the future.

The research was based on existing knowledge from previous research projects but probes further into the future with an aim of investigating scenarios for Danish heating sectors.

Of particular focus was a) the threshold between, on the one hand, individual heating technologies and, on the other hand, communal solutions and b) the borderline between heating and energy savings.

The work investigated the extent to which district heating is favourable against individual heating and the extent to which energy savings are favourable against heating supply and hence also the energy systems perspective of concepts like passive and active houses. Concepts like district cooling also fall under this umbrella.


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