The path towards 2030 presents significant challenges in achieving renewable heating solutions. They are needed not only for sustainability reasons but also for enhancing energy security. One key aspect is the adoption of heat pumps, which utilize renewable energy sources. However, challenges such as high upfront costs, retrofitting existing buildings, and ensuring green energy supply for them exist. Another crucial factor is the integration of more district heating. Challenges include infrastructure upgrades, regulatory frameworks, and stakeholder engagement to ensure wide-scale implementation. The existing bilateral cooperations and the intensive use of district heating in Denmark illustrate the potential for collaboration.
Guided by a moderator, the four panelists will discuss pathways, identify the major challenges, and discuss solutions for sustainable heating systems in the German-Danish context.
The event is aimed at company representatives, sector experts, and public actors.
|15:30||Welcome & Introduction |
Andreas Wenzel, German-Danish Chamber of Commerce & Hannes Reuter, Rambøll
Introduction note by Tina Kramer Kristensen, Global Spearhead Director, Energy Systems, Rambøll
Moderator: Andreas Wenzel, CEO, German-Danish Chamber of Commerce