10 Jun 2019

Highlights
A data-driven approach is proposed to discover heat load patterns in district heating.
The first large-scale analysis of all the buildings in six different categories is presented.
The authors showcase how typical and atypical behaviors look like in the entire network in Sweden.

Journal article
11 May 2016

Bioenergy is renewable energy generated from biological source materials, and includes electricity, transportation fuels and heating. Source materials are varied types of biomass, including food crops such as corn and sugarcane, non-edible lignocellulosic materials such as agricultural and forestry waste and dedicated crops, and municipal and livestock wastes. Key aspects of policies for bioenergy deployment are presented in this brief as part of the Clean Energy Solutions Center’s Clean Energy Policy Brief Series.

Policy report
03 Jan 2018

In Denmark, they are using re-using waste heat from one place to heat entire housing estates. This is good news for both the environment and energy consumption.

Article