[Video] Decarbonizing our cities with 5th Generation District Heating and Cooling

Do you know about the D2Grids project yet? This video is an opportunity to understand the functioning and potentialities of 5th generation heating and cooling networks. From the use of renewable energy to the recycling of different sources of heat, 5GDHC participates in the decarbonation of our society!

 

About D2Grids

The project "demand-driven grids" (D2GRIDS), funded under Interreg North West Europe (NWE) programme, aims to develop 5th generation urban heating and cooling networks (5GDHC) in European cities. The project will last over 3 years (2018-2022). Mijnwater Ltd. based in the Netherlands is lead partner. The project comprises 12 partners and 7 secondary partners. Five pilot sites located in Paris-Saclay (France), Bochum (Germany), Brunssum (Netherlands), Glasgow and Nottingham (United Kingdom) will develop 5GDHC networks. 

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