The Ivy League University in New Hampshire is replacing the old fuel-oil fired CHP plant with a 100% renewable biomass system, making Dartmouth one of the most eco-friendly universities amongst the Ivy League campuses.
The Danish district heating company HTF is in the process of establishing district cooling in Høje Taastrup, in Greater Copenhagen, Denmark. Powered mainly by heat pumps, the system will ensure low-cost heating while providing energy efficient, affordable and low-carbon district cooling at the same time.
Since 2003 Ramboll has carried out a number of district heating studies for the Korean District Heating Engineering Company (KDHEC).
Ramboll was appointed to perform a heat mapping study for the City of Fort St. John
Development Plan for the district heating company Fjernvarme Fyn in Odense, Denmark
A new mega district cooling project will make future pilgrimage to the sacred city of Makkah more comfortable for the many pilgrims who visit the Saudi Arabian city each year.
Stadtwerke Kiel in Germany is planning a new combined heat and power (CHP) plant to be the main heat supplier to district heating network in Kiel. The new CHP plant has a maximum supply temperature to the district heating network that is lower than the design temperature of the network.
The Metropolitan Copenhagen Heating Transmission Company (CTR) and Western Copenhagen Transmission Company (VEKS) operate together the large heat transmission network around Copenhagen.
NuPower Thermal LLC is developing a modern district energy network for the City of Bridgeport in Connecticut, USA.
The implementation of a low-temperature heating and cooling system in Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA, has made the formerly languishing city a frontrunner in clean and efficient energy production.
800 households in the Municipality of Køge will soon get access to cheap and sustainable district heating when the heat supply is converted to district heating.
Transforming an old town full of listed buildings, a burial mound and a fortress canal to an energy-efficient suburb is a challenging task. But the municipality of Lyngby-Taarbaek has taken up the challenge, and soon the citizens of Kgs. Lyngby will be able to enjoy cheap and sustainable district energy.
A 16 bar distribution network in the Dongtan2 area is supplied with heat from the Dongtan2 Combined heat and power plant.
Identifying decentralised energy opportunities in six different boroughs in London.
Varde Forsyning has approx. 5500 district heating consumers. Around 95% of the heat delivered to these consumers is produced at a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant located in Esbjerg. The heat from the CHP plant is delivered through a buried transmission line.
The conversion will help to reduce the college’s energy consumption and CO2 emissions considerably and in turn save millions of dollars over the coming years.
Today, 38% of London’s domestic heat demand can be covered by utilising waste heat from the city. With the expansion of district heating networks in London, this number could rise to 63% by 2050.
Ramboll was awarded three mapping and masterplanning projects by Heat Network Delivery Unit (HNDU) as part of local governmental efforts to decarbonise energy in England.
Feasibility study of a district cooling system providing cooling for the headquarters of the Saudi Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
Strategic plan for a heat transmission network in Milan in order to utilise heat from combined heat and power plant.
Greenwich Peninsula is a new development consisting of over 10,000 new homes and commercial space. The development has a build programme of 20 years.
Hafslund supplies environmentally friendly heat and hot water to large sections of Oslo’s population through its district heating grid. In 2013 Hafslund produced 1.7 TWh (billions of kWh) of district heating, which equals around 20 percent of Oslo’s heating requirements, or the heating needs of around 170,000 households. The company is Norway’s largest supplier of district heating and is responsible for 36 percent of all district heating generated in Norway.
CTR is the biggest district heating transmission company in Denmark, and the main objective for CTR is to utilise waste heat from waste-to-energy plants and combined heat and power plants (CHP plants). Ramboll Energy recently performed a maintenance analysis of their organisation and their procedures.
The City of Copenhagen aims to become the world’s first carbon-neutral capital by 2025. Greater Copenhagen Utility HOFOR is supporting the City in achieving this goal through several initiatives, including the conversion of Amagerværket power plant from fossil fuels to biomass.
It is the vision of Carlsberg Properties to create a new sustainable district in Copenhagen with housing, shops and office buildings in harmony with the historical old buildings and the neighbouring districts.
Opportunities were identified to double sales of district heat from 300 to 600 GWh, by enlarging the network and connecting large gas boilers in four municipalities. The municipally owned waste management company Vestforbrænding made an investment of DKK500 million to do this. Ramboll has provided the company with in-house consultancy services for 40 years, offering a number of different services.
Ramboll was commissioned by Islington Council in London to design and deliver a district-wide heating network to provide cheaper and greener heat to 1,350 homes plus community buildings in north London, using unwanted heat from the London Underground.
Ramboll Energy’s comprehensive feasibility study recommends options for implementing low carbon energy infrastructure in the Edinburgh International development area.
London's Royal Docks area in Docklands is to be redeveloped as a mixed-use complex accommodating new-technology companies, educational facilities and high quality office and residential space, all within close reach of the ExCeL exhibition centre and London City Airport. Ramboll Energy was appointed as a sub-consultant to engineer WSP to deliver the energy masterplanning workstream for the Royal Docks Infrastructure Study commissioned by Newham Council.
The City of Cambridge located north of Boston, Massachusetts, USA, shares increasing global concerns about climate change and the many challenges it presents. Cambridge has adopted a Climate Protection Action Plan with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050.
A district heating masterplan for the Greater Manchester Area has been developed in support of local and national commitments to sustainable energy.
The district heating schemes in the Copenhagen Region are interconnected, forming one of the largest integrated DH systems in the world.
TeliaSonera’s new 34,000 m2 24MW data centre will achieve LEED Gold performance and deliver district heat to 9,000 Helsinki homes.
A Ramboll-designed energy centre will redistribute surplus heat from Facebook's data centre in Odense to the city’s district heating network.
The Meridian Water project is one of the largest housing developments in London and the UK and will see up to 10,000 homes constructed over the next 20 years on an 85 hectare brownfield site.
Chicago is taking urban development in the US in a brand new direction. The Chicago Lakeside-project is based on the assumption that future generations picture themselves living in a city focused on liveability and sustainability.
Ramboll assisted EWZ with technical concept and execution planning of a district heating and cooling system in the city of Zurich, Switzerland, with a total heating capacity of approx. 150 GWh/a.