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Renewable DHC

Renewable energy and DHC: the perfect couple
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC
Renewable DHC

The future of energy. District networks directly address sustainable urban heating and cooling challenges, and are perfectly suited to the adoption of renewable energy. This can perfectly harness local energy sources for cheap, clean and future-proof energy by minimizing both import dependency and fossil-fuel price volatility. Cities around the world have achieved rapid, deep and cost-effective solutions, and making great strides in their energy and climate targets in this way.

Cleaner heat for cleaner living

When heat sources from fossil fuels are replaced by waste heat from industry, or heat from biomass or solar installations, our carbon footprint is drastically minimized. District heating and cooling networks are a highly effective weapon to bring to that fight. It enables cities to realize their climate goals and become a clean, green and sustainable place to live and work. The REnewable Smart Cooling for Urban Europe (RESCUE) project is a leading example of how key challenges can be addressed for the development and implementation of low and zero-carbon district cooling.

Working together towards a green economy

The city of Almere (the Netherlands) has already managed to cut its CO2 emissions by 50% in this way, besides greatly reducing its energy demand. This could be realized with our help. Together with our stakeholders, we ensure a smooth and quick development towards their climate and energy efficiency goals, future-proofing their needs with a reliable distribution of clean, renewable energy. 

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Technical report of dynamic tests performed on Flexalen pre-insulated pipe systems, simulating seismic with 7-9 intensity on the MSK-64 scale.
Flexalen is recommended for applications in the regions with seismic activity of 7-9 magnitude.

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