Heating up: next-generation DHC pilot projects make progress

Heating up: next-generation DHC pilot projects make progress

The latest generation of district heating and cooling (DHC) schemes in Europe incorporate geothermal and waste heat from various local sources. 
Through the establishment of innovative local closed energy loops, the plan is to maximise the use of locally available renewable energy via the development of a standardised technological and business model.

Energy writer Abi Williams gives insight on the latest pilot projects - both the wins and the challenges.

 

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