RED-C2 –Demo-Project has been approved by CNREC ( China New Renewable Energy Center)and the Danish Embassy, Beijing 19.12.2012.
“Zhengzhou landfill gas (methane) generation demonstration projects, Implementation of a complete landfill gas (LFG)-collection system and energy producing device”
The project is to be defined as a Bioenergy project with possibilities subsequently to establish connection to another technology area: Integration of renewable energy into energy systems.
• “Biomass, resources, sustainability and CPH – development and demonstration of environmental sustainable solutions regarding production and use of renewable energy”
The project is to be defined as a pilot demonstration project. The project application shall be considered as an application regarding the development of technology for landfill gas (LFG) usage and beside that for test and demonstration purposes.
The Project aims to establish a demonstration of the technological innovation regarding increased technology for the landfill gas collection. To achieve efficiency through bilateral cooperation, and strengthening the efficiency regarding the energy use, increase the investment of such projects, and expand the market position of the Danish side in the Chinese market.
During the DANIDA supported B2B project from 2008-2013 it has been concluded that the future cooperation between Shandong Shifang Environmental Protection & New Energy Co.,Ltd. environmental protection and energy Co. Ltd. China and PlanEnergi Denmark is very relevant and will be possible to develop further.
The actual project is aiming to realize this and to establish a new project (Zhengzhou landfill site) regarding Bio-energy-biomass, a project concept for the biomass resources-availability and sustainability and subsequently biogas from landfills used for CHP purpose also including research and planning proposal for integration of the biogas related-electricity and heat into district heating grids.
Energy Perspective Plan for 50% renewable energy usage in Central Denmark Region
Through close collaboration, Central Denmark Region and PlanEnergi have produced four possible scenarios for achieving a target of 50% renewable energy in the region’s energy supply by the year 2025.
You can read more about this on the Energy Planning webpage.
Solar District Heating on the way in Europe
PlanEnergi is participating in the Danish project SDH take-off – SDH stands for solar district heating. The SDH project is supported by the EU’s Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) programme.
The aim of SDH take-off is to introduce solar district heating to local district heating companies right across Europe. Preliminary meetings have been held with 3 workshops taking place across Europe in the cities of Marstal (Denmark), Graz (Austria) and Ferrara (Italy). During these opening sessions, over 200 European stakeholders have taken part.
Interest in solar heating is increasing steadily all the time as the commercial benefits of SDH become clear. The most attention is from utility companies, as well as local authorities and the housing sector. Thus, many new projects are underway in several European countries.
PlanEnergi is at centre of organising the Danish project. As well as presenting the Danish experience, the firm’s contribution is to be involved in discussions and prepare a series of important factsheets.
To find out more about the project and the factsheets, go to www.solar-district-heating.eu.
You can also visit our Solar Heat and Seasonal Heat Storage pages on this website.