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heating plant

[′hēd·iŋ ‚plant]
(civil engineering)
The whole system for heating an enclosed space. Also known as heating system.

heating plant

A system for heating a building or group of buildings; usually includes a boiler and a piping system with radiators, or a furnace, ducts, and air outlets.
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The global Biomass Heating Plant market has been analyzed in detail to gain an understanding of the competitive landscape, key regional status, and recent trends noted in the relevant industry.
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Bulgaria's Austrian-owned power utility EVN announced it planned to invest BGN 100 M in a new electricity and heating plant.
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