District Heating

The best refrigerant for Heat Pump systems

District heating using electrical driven Heat Pumps is one of the cutting-edge technologies that is being implemented in the market as a sustainable energy solution for heating our present and future and its use for large scale district heating networks is increasing more and more.
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District Cooling|Energy Industry

Energy planning to create more efficient systems for cities

The world is moving more and more towards urban areas where almost 50% of the CO2 emissions are being produced to meet citizens’ needs in terms of transportation, energy and services. Key energy issues impacting city resilience such as access to energy, security of supply, a sustainable energy produ[..]
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Challenges of energy storage: TES global prospects

Energy is the fundamental need for the development, modernization and economic growth of any nation in the industrial sector in particular, and in all sectors in general.
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District Energy, Energy Industry

Industrial heat sources: its importance for decarbonisation

Almost all large industries sectors have a huge potential of surplus heat that could be used as industrial heat source in several district energy applications. 
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Energy Industry

Stress analysis of piping systems: ¿how a piping system will behave?

Piping stress analysis is a very important and intricate task that is carried out in the design of piping systems. This type of calculation has been implemented for decades, initially by a group of highly specialized engineers which used hand calculations and their vast experience in piping system b[..]
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Data Center

Understanding the Data Center humidity control

One of the most common threads that all the data center facilities are facing are the humidity changes in the environment. But how important data center humidity control is and why? We will start with the basics. The water vapor in the air is known as humidity. If the relative humidity (HR) is zero,[..]
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Data Center

Data center a new opportunity for large waste heat recovery

Waste heat recovery for Data Centers can be a win-win situation, do you know why? The location of a data center has a huge impact on its environmental credentials. Data centers naturally require a lot of energy for cooling. We all know that energy cannot be destroyed, just reallocated, and that serv[..]
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Turbine Inlet Air Cooling

Gas turbine pollution an environmentally friendly solution

Nowadays we are transitioning from fossil fuels into a greener future, but there’s a long way to go until we reach the dominance of renewable energies. There is a smooth transition that is taking place right now, so we will need to focus our efforts on making the power generation as greener as possi[..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

How to generate big energy savings with Thermal Energy Storage Tanks

Thermal Energy Storage (TES) systems are accumulators that store the excess of production to be used during periods of high thermal energy needs. Thus, TES Tanks are a great option to generate big energy savings among other benefits that may bring to your plant.
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Thermal Energy Storage

The ARANER TES App for the mpowering customer success

Thermal Energy Storage (TES) tanks are a widely proven and efficient technology that allows the storage of chilled and hot water produced during off-peak periods for its use during daily peak hours. A TES tank reduces the operational cost and the required capacity of cooling & heating plants, in[..]
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Turbine Inlet Air Cooling

What is TIAC? Six little-known facts about it

If there is something that we have been able to demonstrate during all these years of vast experience, it is that the TIAC solution is a cost-effective optimized solution.
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District Cooling|Energy Industry

Ground source, a real heat source for large heat pump systems

It is well known that for residential and medium building´s sizes geothermal is an interesting heat source available almost worldwide with different constant temperatures always warmer than air.
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