Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Installation-inside-the-Aeroesbing-Renewable-Heat-Station-27MZIF3TA72C.htmlConceptually similarSolar Panels in the Aeroesbing Renewable Heat StationGP0STP33DCompleted★★★★★★Heating Equipment at Marstal Solar Heating PlantGP0STP32MCompleted★★★★Installation inside the Rise Renewable Heating PlantGP0STP32HCompleted★★★★Local Solar Heating Plant on Samsoe IslandGP0STP32DCompleted★★★★A Gauge at Marstal Solar Heating Plant in DenmarkGP0STP32ICompleted★★★★Marstal Solar Heating Plant at Aeroe IslandGP0STP33BCompleted★★★★Solar Panel at the Rise Solar Heating PlantGP0STP32GCompleted★★★★Biomass Power Station in DenmarkGP02LF8Completed★★★★Biomass Power Station in DenmarkGP02LF9Completed★★★★View AllGP0STP33CInstallation inside the Aeroesbing Renewable Heat StationInstallation inside the Aeroesbing renewable heat station on Aeroe, a renewable energy island south of Denmark. Straw is combined to solar panels to heat the cooperators. One third of the straw production of the island is thus used, heating 500 households. When the heating requirement cannot be covered by the sun, a straw and wood pellet boiler will supplement the requirement. Two Danish islands, Samsoe and Aeroe, became the first of Denmark's official renewable energy islands.Locations:Denmark-Europe-Northern Europe-ScandinaviaDate:27 May, 2015Credit:© Denis Sinyakov / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5760px X 3840pxKeywords:Day-Energy-Energy [R]evolution (campaign title)-Energy efficiency-Farms-Hot-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Renewable energy-Sheep-Solar energy-Solar power stations-StrawShoot:Renewable Energy Documentation in DenmarkGreenpeace conducted a documentation on renewable energy in the Danish islands of Samsoe and Aeroe. 100% of the electricity in the Samsoe island is provided by wind turbines, 70% of the heat supply comes from four sustainable district heating plants. Samsoe has an international lead as an energy-efficient research island, from which the Samsoe Energy Academy shares knowledge and experiences with the world. Aeroe renewable energy island, south of Denmark, houses the largest solar heating power station in the world with more than 33000 m2 covered in solar panels.