Vesløs Varmeværk A.m.b.a., Vesløs District Heating

Vesløs District Heating Plant is a 100 % CO2 neutral wood briquette fired plant founded in 1994 with the one purpose of producing heat for the village of Vesløs. Producing 4 million kWh per year Vesløs District Heating now supplies 130 households with hot water. Connection to the grid within the supply area is not mandatory. Read more

DanWEC Test Station For Wave Energy

Danish Wave Energy Centre, DanWEC, located at Roshage in Hanstholm, is a resource centre and test station for the development of wave power technology. The North Sea off the coast of Hanstholm features wave conditions exactly right for testing pre commercial wave energy machines. Offering visitors a chance to see the impressive wave energy machine Wavestar at close hand, the test site which was inaugurated in 2009, has already had many visitors. Read more

Østerild Fjernvarme A.mb.a., Østerild District Heating

The district heating plant in the village of Østerild was built in 1991 as a fully automated and 100 % CO2 neutral wood chip fired plant. In 1996 the plant was rebuilt in order to also accommodate dry solid fuel like wood briquettes. Read more

Klitmøller Kraftvarmeværk A.m.b.a., Klitmøller Combined Heat and Power Plant

Klitmøller CHP is a co-operative society founded by the villagers of Klitmøller in 1994. The purpose of the company is to supply district heating to houses within the distribution area of the plant. Read more

Vorupør Kraftvarmeværk A.m.b.a. – Vorupør Combined Heat and Power Plant

Vorupør CHP plant is a small decentralized power plant producing heat and energy to supply the village of Vorupør on the west coast of Thy. In Danish this type of CHP plant is termed “open field plants” because they are usually placed on an open field close to the often small community they supply. The idea of a CHP plant in Vorupør was fostered by a group of citizens who were looking for a low cost, reliable and environmentally friendly heating supply. Read more

Vestervig Fjernvarmeværk, Vestervig District Heating Plant

The district heating plant in the village of Vestervig was established in 1964. Today Vestervig District Heating Plant supplies 536 consumers in Vestervig and the neighbouring villages of Krik and Agger with district heating. In 1964 the district heating plant in Vestervig relied solely on oil, but in 1986 a decision was made to use wood chips instead. Read more

Frøstrup Fjernvarmeværk A.m.b.a, Frøstrup District Heating Plant

The district heating plant in Frøstrup is a modern wood chip fired plant supplying heat to 257 consumers in the village of Frøstrup. Frøstrup District Heating Plant is a user owned company established in 1991 as a decentralized energy producing unit located in close vicinity to the users in Frøstrup.
The plant takes advantage of its proximity to the neighbouring staircase manufacturer Dolle A/S by purchasing surplus heat from the industrial processes in the factory. Read more

Hanstholm District Heating Plant And Hanstholm Combined Heat And Power Plant

Hanstholm DHP and Hanstholm CHP exemplify plants that over the years have grown into a large corporation offering heat and power production from many different energy sources. Hanstholm DHP was founded in 1965 and was located in the building at Molevej 13 that had been built during World War II as a mess building for German soldiers stationed in Hanstholm. Read more

The Zero Emission Building At EUC Nordvest

On March the 9th 2012 Christine Antorini, Danish Minister for Children and Education, inaugurated the new zero emission building at the EUC Nordvest school for vocational training in Thisted. EUC Nordvest has built the house in collaboration with students and local craftsmen and the house is now a part of the school’s curriculum. Read more

National Testing Centre for Large Wind Turbines in Østerild

At the National Testing Centre for Large Wind Turbines in Østerild Dune Plantation visitors can experience a unique glance into the future of wind turbine technology. Read more