A total of 900 flats will be constructed and these buildings will be used for short term thermal storage; this means they will be used to store heat when demand is low and release heat back into the building when heat demand is high. By using these buildings as thermal stores you are able to reduce […]
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Absorption is a process which uses waste heat from inter alia waste incineration and refineries during the summer months to convert heat to cooling. The method is extremely reliable and environmentally friendly because it saves electricity and minimises noise. District cooling is distributed to central Gothenburg in a separate network in a buried pipeline system.
Cold is centrally generated through three water-cooled compression chillers through a cold water inlet connected to the river New-Meuse. Cold to the homes is provided through a distribution set with a metered connection.
The benefits of district cooling are decreased use of harmful cooling agents, no noise from cooling towers or compressors, efficient use of energy and resources, reduced electricity consumption and environmentally friendly. Cold water from Göta Älv river is fed into the district cooling network.
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.