Nordic Heat anordnar konferens för leverantörer till fjärrvärme

Nordic Heat is hosting two consecutive District Heating Supply Chain Events focused on Stoke-on-Trent and Helsingborg on October 24th and 25th. Focus will be on respective project updates and supplier presentations.


Please find more details attached and below.


For further information and registration, please contact me at or +46725001672



October 24th, 2017

Supply Chain – Pipes in the Ground in Stoke-on-Trent


Helsingborg Town Hall,

Drottninggatan 2, 

252 21 Helsingborg



Installation of the £52M project of installing a heat network in Stoke-on-Trent has commenced. Significant procurements of equipment and services are currently in preparation. The objective of the event is to provide suppliers with an update on status, schedule and priorities in Stoke-on-Trent to ensure that required technologies and services are procured, installed and commissioned in order for the heat to start flowing in September 2018. We will also provide a general update on the status of the UK market and present status and priorities for projects in the pipeline. A joint dinner is organised after the event providing networking opportunities.


The event is organised in partnership with Stoke City Council, the City of Helsingborg, DIT, BEIS, Heat Networks-Sustainability by Sweden and Sinfra.



October 25th, 2017

Supply Chain & Business Innovation – H+: A Smart Energy City in practice in Helsingborg


Filborna EfW plant

Helsingborg, Sweden


On October 25, 2017 Nordic Heat will be hosting a Business Innovation consultation focused on innovative technologies and practices that could help the further development of smart district energy solutions as part of the broader Smart City concept currently being designed in Helsingborg.


The Council of Helsingborg, which represents the fourth largest population area in Sweden, has initiated one of the largest urban renewal project the city has ever known. The so-called H+ project aims to transform Helsingborg into an integrated and sustainable Smart City by 2035. Municipality-owned energy company Öresundskraft will be a key stakeholder in the project and has received the mandate to make H+ an international reference when it comes to providing smart, sustainable and competitive energy services; in particular though the development of state-of-the-art district heating.


The company is one of Sweden’s largest energy companies and is regarded as a frontrunner in Scandinavia in establishing a sustainable and integrated energy system offering a highly competitive value proposition to residents and companies in the region. Nordic Heat is inviting suppliers from across Europe to come and present to Öresundkraft solutions that could support its efforts in creating the smart energy city of the future.


For those interested we are offering a guided tour of the Filborna EfW plant starting at 8:00am.