The UN estimates that modern district energy systems could result in a 7% reduction in overall capital investment in the power sector by 2030 – an investment savings of $795 billion by replacing the use of electricity for heating and cooling and thereby reducing peak and overall power demand. Cities, governments and independent agencies increasingly understand, and realize this potential, as demonstrated by UNEP, who launched a District Energy in Cities (DEC) initiative to facilitate our energy transition in this way.
Infrastructure to connect demand with supply
Managing interdependent services and utilities, cities are uniquely placed to enable the initiation and integration of such solutions. They can facilitate the infrastructure necessary to rapidly advance both energy efficiency and renewable energy. Both user and producer rely on networks that function as a locally attuned backbone that enable the energy exchanged between them. We strive for lower (total) investment per house connection, durability and system implementation reliability. Whether dealing with a greenfield roll-out, renovating or expanding an existing network, or retrofitting an existing community with a new network; Thermaflex ensures a future proof solution.
Total Benefit of Ownership
In order to meet current and anticipate future stakeholder needs, we drove innovation further with focus on Total Benefit of Ownership by network design, speed and quality of installation, environmental impact, efficiency, sustainability and logistics. New tailor-made solutions address key requests, like minimal disturbance to the existing environment and speed and safety of installation.