Project: Metropolitan Copenhagen

Project • Geothermal

Innargi has entered into a framework agreement with district heating companies VEKS, CTR, and HOFOR to try and create a breakthrough for geothermal heating in the Copenhagen metropolitan area.

In brief

  • To begin with, the parties involved have signed a letter of intent which describes the intention to work actively and purposefully towards establishing geothermal energy in metropolitan Copenhagen.
  • Initially, a potential of 120 to 240 MW is expected, covering the yearly heating of 35,000 to 75,000 households.
  • If everything goes according to plan, the first of several geothermal plants is expected to be ready for district heating in 2026.

“We hope that we are moving towards a breakthrough for geothermal energy in the Copenhagen metropolitan area. It is definitely needed. The partnership with Innargi adds new competence, and it is a good step in the right direction. If it succeeds, we are fully on the way to a 100% green district heating network in metropolitan Copenhagen.”

Kamma Eilschou Holm,


About the parties involved

is a supplier of sustainable and connected heating in the metropolitan Copenhagen area – across the municipalities of Frederiksberg, Gentofte, Gladsaxe, Copenhagen, and Tårnby. CTR has a yearly turnover of almost 2.5 billion DKK. and has about 35 employees. Through the distributional companies, CTR supplies about 250,000 households with district heating in metropolitan Copenhagen.

supplies surplus heat from big, central power and waste-to-energy plants to 20 local district heating companies corresponding to the consumption of 170,000 families. Additionally, VEKS is expanding district heating in Køge to 7000 new customers.

is Denmark’s biggest local supplier of water, heating, city gas, remote cooling, and wastewater diversion for more than 1 million people in metropolitan Copenhagen. They also build windmills and solar farms which supply energy to a greener Denmark. Together with eight municipalities, HOFOR is creating sustainable cities with a focus on rainstorm projects, energy optimization, and developing the future of supply solutions. HOFOR has over 150 years of experience, 1400 employees, and a turnover of 5 billion DKK.