Aalborg secures an order from Egedal Fjernvarme

Aalborg CSP has secured an order for a wastewater heat pump. The order is awarded by the Danish district heating plant Egedal Fjernvarme and is a turnkey contract for a 1.5 MW heat pump with associated heat exchanger, piping, purification system and building optimizations. The new heat pump will enable Egedal Fjernvarme to utilize the energy from wastewater for green district heating production.
With the new heat pump, Egedal Fjernvarme is able to exploit the excess energy from a local wastewater treatment plant to supply green district heating. The heat pump contributes to ensuring sufficient heating capacity to supply both current and future district heating customers.
The heat pump for Egedal Fjernvarme applies the natural refrigerant CO2 and will have a maximum output of approx. 1,500 kW. The plant consists of two units – also referred to as racks – and is custom-made to guarantee that the consumers obtain as high an amount of kWh district heating as possible from the kWh of electricity supplied to the heat pump.

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