The RELaTED report (D2.5) describes a set of guidelines for how low temperature concepts can be applied in new urban developments. This document is one of various RELaTED reports describing low temperature concepts from different perspectives.
The guidelines are in general terms, based on best practices as most new urban development areas are different in relation to visions, DH network topology, temperature levels, buildings installations, tariff structure, management etc. In Annex 1 an example from Vinge, Denmark is used to illustrate and detail some of the paragraphs of the report.
The guidelines are concerning the following topics:
Appropriate implementing measures, which include the delivery conditions as well as the technical building systems specifications for ULT DH, are considered. Tariffs and building regulation integration can support the concept as well
Project developments will cover which parties have which responsibilities in the process, how the information flow affects the process, the need for support and follow up in the process.
The guidelines will be used in the succeeding work packages of RELaTED to investigate further the architecture of the ULT concept.
The guidelines will be used in the succeeding work packages of RELaTED to investigate further the architecture of the ULT concept (WP2), design and adaption of subsystems to facilitate the use of distributed energy resources (WP3), analyse the economic feasibility and business case (WP4) and prepare and conduct demonstrations (WP5), of the RELaTED project.See page
Last updated on the 30-07-2019 by Alice Dupuy