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Internet of Heat

Balanced Energy Networks Summary The search for a practical and affordable way to reduce carbon emissions continues. Governments all recognise the need to control the emissions of carbon. The Pope and the Governor of the Bank of England have also voiced concern that the issue is critical, but...

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Work underway for England's 'largest' district ground source system

George Ogleby, edie Summary Developers have secured a contract to deliver England's "biggest shared ground loop heat pump system", which is expected to reduce the energy bills of local residents by up to 50%. The project will feature 16 shared ground loop systems serving eight tower blocks...

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Swedish heat energy system – new tensions and lock-ins after a successful transition

Bioenergy International Summary Sweden has successfully begun a transition to a low-carbon energy system, reducing domestic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 24 percent from 1990 to 2014 and by more than 40 percent since the mid-1970s. The share of fossil fuel energy in heating is below 5...

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Denmark approves funding for 13 large heat pumps

Charlotte McLaughlin, Ammonia21 Summary Last week, the Danish Energy Agency (under the auspices of the Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate) announced it had allocated funding to install 13 large heat pumps at 11 small district heating networks in Denmark. The heat pump...

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Optimizing Efficiency of CHP Plant with Add-On Heat Pump in Stockholm, Sweden

Speakers Kenneth Hoffman, GEA Refrigeration Technologies #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #Optimization #GEARefrigerationTechnologies #Stockholm #Sweden #HeatPumps #2014


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Data Center Firm Expects to Halve Energy Cost by Recycling Heat

Mary Branscombe, DataCenter Knowledge Modern data centers don’t need to be in the middle of nowhere . New approaches to cooling and to building architecture are making urban locations attractive, especially in countries where low-cost renewable energy is plentiful. That’s the...

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Innovative Seawater Heat Pump District Heating-Juneau, Alaska

Summary Juneau Hydropower & Juneau District Heating with Emerson Climate Technologies will present on a district heating solution using a sea water heat pump system fueled by clean hydropower. This innovative technology suite being deployed will significantly lower the heating costs in...


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District Energy and Water Source Heat Pumps

Summary Water Source Heat Pumps (WSHP) are popular with developers because they are relatively easy to install and do not require a central chiller plant. While district energy (DE) providers prefer the customer to operate a four pipe system, there is an opportunity to serve a WSHP system,...


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"Bigger is not Better" Selecting the most efficient heat exchanger

Summary Will present why oversizing a heat exchanger effects the overall efficiency of the entire system. Increased fouling factor, lower efficiency, higher operating cost are all results of oversizing the HX. Turbulence is the key to an efficient system.Will present why oversizing a heat...


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UK’s First Water Source Heat Pump for District Heating Unveiled

Cooling India June 15, 2017 Summary The UKs first inner city water source heat pump to heat an entire district of Glasgow will be developed by Star Renewable Energy. The 2.5 Mega Watt water source heat pump (WSHP) for medium temperature district heating will start pumping the water of the...