District Energy

Large Heat Pumps in District Heating Systems

Would you believe that District Heating is a century-old system? Now that the technology is well established, the world needs to optimize it for cost-effective use. One means of taking advantage of this solution is to exploit sustainable energy resources optimally. Customers are also looking for val[..]
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District Energy

District Energy System in District Energy Cities

District Energy networks are solidly establishing in many cities across the globe. Those that already had the networks, for instance in Eastern Europe, demand the leading District Energy companies to continue modernizing the networks. You will be surprised that this technology is not new, but the in[..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

DC Central Plant Siting: What Do You Need to Consider?

The site selection for a District Cooling plant involves the consideration of several factors in order to obtain the best results. Constructing a DC plant is markedly different from a residential or retail facility, as there are many different angles to consider, ranging from environmental regulatio[..]
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Turbine Inlet Air Cooling

Turbine inlet air cooling: Problems with water Condensation

Every operator has the big role of promoting optimum efficiency of gas turbines and facing water condensation in TIAC. Given the economic upheavals of recent times, any technology or solution that generates profits through increased profitability worth a try.  When gas turbines run efficiently, they[..]
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District Energy

Heat pumps heating: an energy-efficient alternative

Heat pump fundamentals A heat pump is a machine used for producing heating energy. It needs an electrical input and another system to extract heat from. It is a versatile solution for heating because most often those sources are available. The heat pump cycle principle consists of transferring heat [..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

Designing TES System: Satisfying the Cooling/Heating Needs

Cooling Needs Met by TES System Many industries need to store thermal energy during the periods of excess production for use during periods of high thermal energy needs. A TES system equalizes the production and the consumption of thermal energy and shaves the energy demand peaks. Another potential [..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

How Do You Get to Choose the Ideal TES Tank Material?

Office and commercial buildings have the largest percentage (about 70%) of their annual energy demand going into covering air conditioning load. These facilities happen to operate mostly during the day so they add to the daytime peak demand. Compared to the daily average load, the peak demand can be[..]
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District Cooling

District Cooling Company: Find out how we can help you

The district cooling market has made huge strides ever since the first DC system started operations in Denver Colorado in the 1930s and the Middle East witnessed its own about two decades ago. For an industry worth US$ 29 Billion by 2020 according to estimates, we can safely say that the world has r[..]
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Turbine Inlet Air Cooling

Power Recovery in Summer Periods: Power Plants during Warmer Days

The last two centuries have seen global energy demand increase significantly, spurred by the industrial and transportation sectors. We are now in the middle of the energy crisis as nonrenewable energy resources near exhaustion. The specific causes of this crisis are a ballooning population, energy o[..]
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District Cooling

District Cooling Guide by ASHRAE for Owners and DC Designers

The 2 000 terawatt-hours (TWh) of power consumed by buildings for cooling in 2018 was more than triple the energy demand for the same three decades ago, according to International Energy Agency. While most of the air conditioners available in the market are more energy-efficient, a lot needs to be d[..]
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Turbine Inlet Air Cooling

Gas Turbine Degradation in a Turbine Cooling System

Awareness of the environmental effects of industrial growth has intensified strive towards reduced carbon dioxide emissions. Indeed, modern society is increasingly concerned about energy efficiency because this aspect is linked to environmental degradation. Discussions about industrial energy often [..]
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District Cooling

Footprint in district cooling and heating plants

Why Footprint Optimization? One of the most critical points faced by engineers when developing the basis of a District Cooling and Heating plant (DCHP) is the footprint optimization. 
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