Implementation Project II

The Implementation Project II supports the construction of bioenergy plants in the Zealand region, including both biogas and small scale district heating.

The project is a collaboration with Roskilde University and seven municipalities in the Zealand region. The project has a special focus on supporting the necessary cooperation processes between the relevant actors in the municipalities. In addition, the project contributes with knowledge, opportunities for sparring and the necessary project documents (feasibility studies, analyses and planning documents).

The project involves the following eight specific cases:

Odsherred Biogas

In cooperation with Odsherred Municipality, working to establish a biogas plant with a focus on utilizing industrial waste products.

Egebjerg Nærvarme

In cooperation with Odsherred Municipality, working to convert Egebjerg, which is a so-called oil village, for bioenergy by providing a local small scale district heating.

Sæby Nærvarme

In cooperation with Lejre Municipality, working to convert Sæby, which is a so-called oil village, for bioenergy by providing a local small scale district heating.

Orehoved Nærvarme

In cooperation with Guldborgsund Municipality, working on converting a so-called oil village for biofuels by utilizing heat waste from nearby industry.

Næstved town

In cooperation with Næstved Municipality, working on an optimization of district heating supply by utilizing heat waste through an intelligent supply system.

Varpelev Integrated Energy Park

In cooperation with Stevns Municipality, working to establish a biogas plant as part of an integrated renewable energy system that links up with other forms of energy, including solar.

Holbæk Biogas

In collaboration with Holbaek Municipality, working to establish a biogas plant.

Køng-Lundby Biogas

In collaboration with Vordingborg Municipality, working to establish a biogas plant.

 

The project is in its second phase and is a follow up to the initial project Implementation of Bioenergy Zealand-Cases. Both this and the initial Implementation Project builds on the great work of Bioenergy Zealand (bioenergisjælland.dk), where the region’s biomass potential was identified.

The implementation project has a strategic relationship with the region’s framework for 2014 – 2017, which focuses on regional objectives on resource efficiency to improve business competitiveness and a regional energy system based on biomass.

 

FACTS

Partners

Odsherred Municipality, Lejre Municipality, Guldborgsund Municipality, Næstved Municipality, Stevns Municipality, Holbæk Municipality, Vordingborg Municipality and Roskilde University.

Funding

The project is funded by the participating municipalities and Region Zealand for a total of 1.48 million kroner.

Duration

December 2015 – end of November 2016

Project leader

Gate 21

More information

Sara Edske Møller, Communications Consultant

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