Aalborg CSP secured another district heating-related order, in terms of a turnkey contract for a 2,5 MW heat pump for wastewater. The order is awarded by E.ON. Denmark and is to be used for heat production in Frederikssund, Denmark. By establishing the new heat pump at the local wastewater treatment plant, E.ON Denmark will be able to further optimising their green district heating supply in Frederikssund by utilizing the energy from wastewater for more climate-friendly district heating with a high efficiency and at the same time benefitting local environmental habitat by lowering the temperature of the water in the Roskilde Fjord.
Heat pumps are becoming a preferred technology within the Danish district heating plants as well as with German neighbors as heat pumps are now considered an important part of the continued green transition in Denmark as well as internationally. The order for E.ON Denmark consists of turnkey contract for a heat pump with associated exchanger, piping and purification system, which will be extracting the energy from the treated wastewater before it is subsequently discharged into the local environment at Roskilde Fjord.