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This text summarizes 10 case studies on low temperature district heating (LTDH) systems and presents the resulting measured data.
High temperature district cooling (HTDC) refers to district cooling systems operating at higher temperature levels than traditional systems. Using higher temperatures has many potential benefits in terms of reduced energy use, reduced emissions and reduced costs.
District heating will have a key role in the decarbonisation ambition for the EU. At the same time, the DHC systems are governed by numerous laws and policies, at EU, national and local levels.
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Half of Europe’s energy consumption today is made up of heating and cooling and most of that demand is met through the burning of oil ... learn more
“We don´t lack money, we lack good projects to lend money to”, “future investments will be extreme transparent” and “keep on working ... learn more
Low temperature district heating can prove to be an important part in also keeping the globe’s temperature low. This webinar presents ... learn more
The utilisation of residential buildings as thermal energy storage has been implemented in a pilot project i Kvillebäcken in Sweden. learn more
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No energy transition without sustainable cities; no sustainable cities without sustainable heating and cooling. As the 2016 European Commission’s Heating & Cooling Strategy made clear, district energy systems will have to play a significant role to make Europe’s broader climate and energy ambitions a reality. And cities will be in the driver’s seat to make a successful energy transition happen.