To supply new heat users, the existing Bunhill Heat and Power Network will be extended to utilise existing sources of waste heat and to explore the opportunities for the system to utilise a lower operating temperature. This demonstrator will develop knowledge and expertise of how to optimise an approach to laying district heating pipework in a highly urbanised, mixed-use environment […]
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In Gothenburg a large amount of waste heat, from both waste incineration and industries, is used in the district heating system. There is also heat pumps taking care of the heat in sewage and plants using bio fuels such as wood pellets, wood chips and bio oil. There is also a district cooling system in the city using […]
Residual heat is derived from a waste incinerator in the Port of Rotterdam and transported to the City of Rotterdam. The plant has a thermal exit capacity of 105 MW and the transportation system is an integrated double pipeline of 26 kilometers from the waste incinerator to where it connects into the existing district heating […]
The CELSIUS project received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 314441 between 2013 and 2017.