Roughly half of Danish households have collective heating supplied through district heating. However, collective heating can also be supplied through decentralized heating systems (local “island solutions” and thermonets) and are an environmentally friendly alternative for villages and other settlements that are located away from the traditional district heating systems.
Update of RoundBaltic intervention per November 2023 Intervention – Latvia Highlights of the intervention per Nov. 2022 Need for sustainable energy finance action The increased energy prices and uncertainty around the energy supply entail a new awareness and urgency for energy efficiency and finding alternatives to import of fossil fuels. This is to go hand […]
11 May 2022 – Copenhagen
The national roundtable focused on the need for attracting supplementary private financing for the green transition in the social housing sector. It addressed the possible integration of ESCO related solutions, the interaction with a new Green Guarantee Scheme, and the possibility of using green loans from the financial sector (mortgage and pension companies) supplementing the National Building Fund.
21 September 2021 – Online
The roundtable brought together key players for a dialogue on financing energy efficiency in private and social housing in the region