District Heating

District Heating Market Trends and Growth

The district heating continuous evolution from the earlier steam networks to actual hot water systems has been the major reconversion step in terms of efficiency. Nowadays, when decarbonization global policies are forcing these old schemes to create a mix for heat generation some fossil fuel technol[..]
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District Heating

The 5th District Heating generation as a solution for the future urban

District Heating (DH) systems present a high potential for the transition of the heat sector to a decarbonized ecosystem. DH allows the integration of renewable energies, improving the overall energy efficiency and help to the sector coupling. However, many DH systems need to be continuously upgrade[..]
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District Heating, District Cooling, Refrigeration

How do absorption chillers work?

The original design of an absorption chiller is credited to the likes of Ferdinand Carré, Carl Munters and Baltzar Von Platen, renowned scientists who did their works between the 1850s and 1920s. While the products were first produced commercially in 1923, it was only in the 60s that serious product[..]
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District Heating, District Cooling

The role of industrial heat pumps in District Energy

District energy may not be the most common source of heating and cooling globally, but it is a growing technology that is widely implemented in places like Northern Europe and North America. One of the most significant developments in district energy over the last few decades has been the improvemen[..]
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District Heating, District Cooling

Comparison between Water-Cooled Systems and Air-Cooled Systems

The role of a district cooling system is to distribute cooling energy from a centralized production plant using an underground pipeline to a district. It is the perfect replacement for older air conditioning systems because of its lower energy consumption, reduced annual maintenance costs, and envir[..]
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