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Centralized district cooling gains still more importance both in Denmark and world wide. In Denmark, the town municipality of Høje Taastrup accommodates a large number of business enterprises, and a study demonstrated a strong potential for district cooling (e.g. process cooling, comfort cooling, server room cooling) in the southern part of the municipality.

In January 2018 Høje Taastrup Fjernvarme (HTF – Høje Taastrup District Heating Company) established a new energy station and a new piping network that will supply three new customers with district cooling – Orbicon, Alka and Quality Hotel. The company hopes to continue connecting more local businesses to the network in the near future.

By connecting more customers HTF improves utilisation of the cooling capacity which is why the company has a major focus on expanding the network – namely to provide the most energy effective and the most sustainable solution.

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Customer: Høje Taastrup District Heating Company, Høje Taastrup, Denmark
Time scale: January – November 2018