Can a large-scale heat pump keep Berlin sustainably warm?

The demonstration project will use waste heat from a cooling plant to generate green district heating

EU approves Slovakia’s €1bn support for combined heat and power projects

The EU Commission said the CHP installations, which will be connected to district heating networks in the country, will not distort competition

EU approves €254m Romanian aid to upgrade district heating system

The district heating system in Bucharest is the largest of its kind in the EU and the second largest in the world, serving 1.2m people

New partnership to help boost energy efficiency in Ukraine’s housing sector

Loans will be provided to homeowners’ associations that are participating in the Energy Efficiency Fund programme

EU approves €150m Romanian scheme to support district heating systems

Romania will provide funding for district heating installations and distribution networks based exclusively on renewable energy sources

Vattenfall offers Berlin to take complete control of electricity grid

It is offering all shares in Stromnetz Berlin, ending years of legal disputes over the electricity concession

EU supports Dutch district heating with €30m investment

The funding will support the development of at least four district heating projects in various municipalities

Green Finance Institute launches Zero Carbon Heating Taskforce

The Taskforce will conduct a focused review to identify the barriers and enablers to investment into low carbon heating across the UK housing market

Waste-to-energy plant to warm homes in Cardiff with £26.5m district heating network

Viridor’s Energy Recovery Facility could generate enough power to heat more than 68,000 households

Renewable district heating project in Cambridgeshire secures £2m funding

The scheme will see a whole village retrofitted with clean heat technology in a project which claims to be ‘the first of its kind’ in the UK