Instead of oil, the distict heating plant is fueled with straw from local farmers. It is this alternative form of heating that the royals wish to take a look at.
“I think it’s exciting. That they think what we do here on Samsø, which is a small drop in the middle of Denmark, is interesting and that it can mean something to them”, says Lars-Bent Maegaard, who is the treasurer at Ballen-Brundby district heating plant, to TV 2 | ØSTJYLLAND.
The court informs that King Willem-Alexander, during his visit, will start the burning by activating the start button.