Welcome to the Swedish District Heating Association
In the last decade, Sweden has made substantial reductions in its CO2-emissions, while maintaining high and sustainable economic growth.
The secret behind this success is District Heating and Cooling.
City-wide district heating and cooling networks can make use of surplus heat from thermal power generation, waste incineration or industrial plants. These networks are also adaptable to all types of low-carbon fuels, such as biomass, solar, geothermal energy and cold seawater.
District Heating and Cooling is a technology available today – bridging the gap to a lowcarbon future.