‘UK net zero target at risk without nuclear power’

A new nuclear power programme with the help of hydrogen, clean fuels and district heating could provide up to 40% of clean energy by 2050, according to a report

Vattenfall halves Berlin’s CO2 emissions with new CHP plant

The facility is expected to supply district heating to around 450,000 households in the eastern parts of Berlin

Renewable heating scheme to harness heat from the River Tyne to warm buildings

The project is estimated to save an estimated 1,475 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions per year

E.ON to build geothermal plant in Malmö, Sweden

The borehole is expected to generate a maximum temperature of 160°C, which will feed directly into the city’s district heating network

Midlothian Council and Vattenfall in low carbon heating partnership

The project is expected to help reduce carbon emissions by 75% compared to conventional gas boiler systems

Fortum joint venture plans carbon negative district heating in Sweden

Stockholm Exergi is exploring whether a carbon capture system could be used at the Värtaverket power plant in Stockholm

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EU investigates Polish public support for district heating upgrades

The Commission has concerns the planned support may not be in line with EU state aid rules as it does not meet the ‘efficient district heating’ criteria set out in the Energy Efficiency Directive

Businesses offered £2.2m to develop affordable urban heat networks

The deadline for applications is 4th November 2019

New £6m district heating network fired up in Stirling

The facility is expected to save around 381 tonnes of carbon a year – equivalent to 1.5 million miles driven in an average petrol car

Fife Council fires up £24m district heating network

It provides low carbon heating by using the steam from RWE’s biomass combined heat and power plant at Markinch