Estimating thermal conductivity from lithological descriptions – a new web-based tool for planning of ground-source heating and cooling
It is the overall policy of the Danish Government that by 2050 electricity, heating and transport will be 100% based on renewable energy. In order to reach this goal a number of different green technologies will have to interact. In areas with no district heating, ground-source heating by heat pump technology (Sanner 2011) could well be one of the solutions.
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