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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However, the country's District Heating sector has suffered from years of neglect and its services have declined, if not vanished, in many cities.
These Alfa Laval compact heat exchangers will be used as pressure breakers, a middle station between the central power plant and the district heating network.
Recovering this heat and transferring it to the district heating network reduces the cost of heat production, improves energy efficiency and is beneficial to the environment, making a 'win, win' situation for the steelworks and the city"
Following the oil crises of the 1970s, there was another wave of interest in district heating.
The office stated that it has requested 30 utilities regarding comprehensive data on the district heating sector, and aims to raise transparency in terms of prices and market structures.
Since 1998, the Swedish Energy Agency has played a key role, although this growth in district heating has continued since the late 1970s.
Using EDA funds, RC&D hired Horizons Engineering LLC of Littleton and Ramboll Denmark A/S, a Danish firm, to prepare a district heating feasibility study for Groveton.
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.
District heating of district heating and water district 2018 district heating network in accordance with the tender dossier.
In fact, the costs of all other heating forms have increased more than our district heating prices," Anders Egelrud, managing director of Fortum's heat business in Sweden, said.
Summary: Siemens Energy has received an order from Bulgaria for erection of a combined cycle district heating power plant.

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