Danish renewable energy company, Aalborg CSP, received a new order to deliver a 2.6 MWth solar-thermal plant in Denmark. With the system in Egedal, Aalborg continues its series of new projects based on customized solutions with solar and storage supporting a competitive transition to renewable energy.
According to RenewableEnergyMagazine, Renewable energy is familiar territory for the district heating plant, which installed a biomass boiler in 2018. With the construction of a new solar heating plant, the district heating plant takes yet another step towards a greener and more sustainable energy production.
The 3,458 m2 solar field will – when constructed – consist of 34 rows of flat panels with up to 10 collectors per row. With a capacity of 2.6 MWth, the plant is capable of producing 1,850 MWh heat per year. Combined with the district heating plant’s already existing biomass boiler and an accumulation tank with a capacity of 2,400 m3, the solar heating plant will provide sustainable heating to 875 customers in Stenløse and Ølstykke.
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Date: Apr 15, 2019 @ 09:24
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