Aalborg CSP received an order from the Danish district heating plant Egedal Fjernvarme to deliver a 2.6 MWth solar-thermal plant. The system will help reduce the facility's natural gas dependency as well as stabilize energy prices.

FACTS:

Client:       Egedal Fjernvarme A/S
Location:    Stenløse, Denmark
Status:    Operational
Technology:     Solar-thermal plant
Capacity:    2.6MWth
Yield:    1,850MWh

The Danish district heating plant Egedal Fjernvarme continues to develop it’s operations in order to achieve a more sustainable heat production. So far, this has included an expansion of the surrounding district heating network as well as the integration of a 3,458 m2 solar heating plant.

The solar field consists of 34 rows of highly efficient double-glazed flat solar-thermal collectors 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 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.