In Denmark, the production of district heating is split between more than 400 distribution companies that deliver district heating to around 64% of Danish households. The government wishes to modernise the heating sector in Denmark, to allow for a greater freedom of choice in the type of heating, for both the consumers and the district heating plants.
Based on the the energy agreement of June 2018 and the government’s supply strategy from 2016, the Danish Energy Agency has started a number of analyses of the consequences of modernising the collective heat supply. Ea has, with aid from Grøn Energi, delivered a report with the following input to these analyses:
The project ran from June to December 2018