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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

New video: Smart Heating Systems save money and CO2

Hypothesizing that heat planning is challenged by outdated and obsolete plans, emerging low-energy buildings, increased waste incineration and surplus wind energy, this part focuseed on the legal aspects of future strategic energy planning.

The commitment to heat plans jointly made by municipalities, supply companies and other parties has weakened since 1990, when written plans became optional. Planning is challenged by renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Energy price change, technology development and land use change affect the zoning of heat supply, further confronted by the complaint system and legislation. The legal obligations of district councils were considered and a comparison was made of the obligations and the actual behaviour of councils.


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