District heating plants

Streamline heat production

The ATES system stores surplus heat from sustainable energy sources, such as waste heat, the sun and outside air, in the underground. The surplus heat can then be used later for heat production.

This increases energy efficiency and financial savings, making it possible to supply cheaper heat to the end consumer.


Do you meet the 2020 and 2035 legislative requirements?

By 2020, at least 30% of the energy consumption of district heating plants must come from sustainable energy, and by 2035, consumption must be 100% fossil free.

Investing in an ATES system can help to:

  • Reduce consumption of fossil fuels
  • Reduce CO2 emissions
  • Comply with the 2020 and 2035 targets
  • Achieve significant financial savings, also for the benefit of consumers


Short ROI

With an ROI of approx. 10 years, the ATES system is a financially attractive solution for most district heating plants. Alternatively, the system can be implemented in stages.

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Green symbiosis between Grundfos and the Bjerringbro district heating plant results in massive savings

Maintenance and operation

An ATES system requires minimal maintenance and ensures efficient and stable operations. Read more

Advantages for the consumer

  • Cheaper heating and greener environment
  • Environmentally friendly energy use
  • Minimal impact on the natural surroundings and the underground
  • Helps reduce CO2 emissions
  • Contributes to a brand new and environmentally friendly system

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