District Heating

How to turn wastewater into a reliable heat source for heat pumps

New challenges are raising worldwide in the majors cities to reduce the CO2 emissions at the same time that heating and cooling systems demand is growing due to the climate change. In all these cities, there is the same common denominator: the excess heat produced in the wastewater treatment plants.[..]
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Turbine Inlet Air Cooling

Adaptability of the modular cooling plants

The need for a cooling plant is unquestionable on this times, there are some considerations at the time of sizing the plot for a cooling plant, particularly speaking about two scenarios:
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District Heating

Heat pumps benefits in District Heating system

The preference of heat pumps in District Energy has to do with many benefits and the fact that this technology is very energy efficient. Most industries are striving to keep energy consumption as low as possible, which is understandable given the rising energy costs.
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District Heating

How the DH market will contribute the building decarbonization goal?

District heating systems can increase resilience and energy access thanks to their ability to improve the management of electricity demand, reduce the risk of network overloading and adapting to the fossil fuel prices variability obtaining a cost-effective building decarbonization solution for all s[..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

Energy Maps: A tool for energy efficiency and planning

Geographic Information System (GIS) combines geographical information with layers of complementary data, facilitating the analysis and management of large volumes of data in geo-spatial format. Turned into energy maps, this data can easily become a tool to improve efficiency in energy projects.
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Data Center Cooling : Air-cooled Design Parameters and Influences

The increase amount of data center cooling generated needs to be stored in the well-known Data Center facilities. That big amount of data is stored in computing systems such as servers, consisting of processors, memory slots, network cards, power supply and integrated fans.
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District Heating

Heat pumps key success factors

Heat pump design process is performed to obtain the higher efficiency during whole year depending on the heat source employed. With the objective to be considered as renewable energy a heat pump needs to comply with a minimum seasonal coefficient of performance to ensure that its integration will ma[..]
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District Cooling

Why District Cooling systems technology are considered sustainable & environmentally friendly?

In this new era that is the 21ST century, we have the possibility to re-adjust our tools, objectives and technologies to aim towards a greener, more efficient and sustainable future.
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District Cooling

How efficient is your Data Center?

The Green Grid Association is a non-profit consortium of information and communications technology, and its main goal is to:
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Implications of choosing a conventional cooling system over a district cooling

Dependency on fossil fuels is close to coming to an end as global warming effects are noticeable more every year and new forms of energy are adapting to get to the top of the most useful, efficient, greener and effective alternatives. Particularly speaking about cooling systems, District Cooling Pla[..]
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Redundancy in Data Centers

As a huge number of companies are relying on Data Centers part of their business and digital information, the Data Center infrastructure provider must assure a certain level of security and guarantee in terms of redundancy.
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Thermal Energy Storage

Flexible Energy Storage Implementation with TES Systems

Thermal Energy Storage (TES) are accumulators that store the available thermal energy to be used in a later stage. Its application to Cooling & Heating Plants provides many advantages when the energy demand is fluctuating:
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