district heating


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district heating

[′di·strikt ′hēd·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The supply of heat, either in the form of steam or hot water, from a central source to a group of buildings.
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The Claremont district heating project is being developed by New Hampshire-based HotZero, which says that participating building owners could realize significant savings in heating costs without the need to use scarce capital and building space to install separate biomass systems.
Clr Jean Calvert, who chaired last week's Cabinet meeting, said: "I do know that district heating has been around for a long time and there has been lots of goes at looking at this to see how it can be equitable.
THIS would be the first district heating network in Wales, but the technology has been used in a handful of English cities for decades.
Due to variation in the amount of supplied heat, the use of complex operational strategies becomes a necessary part for efficient system performance, which can be implemented by modelling a dynamic performance of a district heating system.
It is generally considered ahead of the rest of Europe in developing efficient district heating schemes, which have increased three-fold since the 1980s.
The new district heating plant is the result of a joint project, in which AAK will supply reserve heat whenever KEAB's usual supplier, Sodra Cell in Morrum, shuts down for maintenance work.
Project name : Rehabilitation of the District Heating Systems in Serbia - Phase IV
Building a Future towards Energy Self-sufficiency Both the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the EU Member States have identified district heating as a growth area.
TNAI/Thermal") today announced the acquisition of ten District Heating and Cooling Systems (DHCS) operated by Trigen Energy Corporation following approval by federal and state regulators.
It will invest in demand side management and other innovative efficiency programs, including, potentially, combined heat and power, district heating, distributed generation and renewable generation.
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