- Hans Weber
- March 1, 2024
Embassy of Denmark in the Czech Republic
Colleagues from our sales department Lars Gade Holm and Svatava Majkova visited EOP/ Elektrárny Opatovice yesterday, together with the heating sector expert Lars Gullev from the Danish energy company VEKS.
During the friendly meeting, the main topic was decarbonization, future plans, modernization of the whole sector and opportunities for cooperation.
One of the projects that EOP is preparing is the construction of an energetic waste disposal facility – ZEVO https://www.zevo-opatovice.cz/….
Reducing emissions is a long-term and difficult process in this industry, which Denmark has been going through for many years. We are happy to share years of experience using waste, increasing energy efficiency and especially with central, district heating
District heating really plays a key role in the Danish energy system. It is one of the most energy efficient countries in the world. Increased use of district heating and combined production of heat and electricity is one of the main reasons why energy efficiency in Denmark has increased over the past several decades, while carbon emissions have decreased. Today, about 64 percent of all private Danish households are connected to district heating used for space heating and combined hot water preparation
Colleagues from The Embassy in Prague Lars Gade Holm and Svatava Majkova visited EOP (Elektrarny Opatovice, a.s.), together with an expert on the district heating sector Lars Gullev from VEKS.
During the friendly meeting, they talked about decarbonisation, future strategies, modernization of the entire industry, as well as possibilities for mutual cooperation.
One of the projects that EOP is preparing the construction of a facility for energy utilization of waste – ZEVO https://lnkd.in/ddEwc2zP. Greening the industry!
Czechia is speeding the green energy transition from mainly coal to sustainable energy source. District Heating is widespread in country and there is expected to be large investment in the sector to improve the Energy Efficiency.
District heating plays a key role in the Danish energy system. Denmark is one of the most energy-efficient countries in the world. The widespread use of district heating and combined heat and power is one of the primary reasons that energy efficiency has increased while carbon emissions have decreased in Denmark over the past several decades. Today, around 64 percent of all private Danish households are connected to district heating utilized for space heating and hot water combined