district heating and cooling

 Building sustainable communitiesResidential neighbourhood on track to halve its energy consumption within five years
Post date: 30 Jan 2014
Type: Case

This French brochure from ADEME describes how a residential building can be connected to district heating. It explains the advantages of this option: reducing greenhouse gases emissions, especially if the district heating system is linked to a biomass plant or is using heat recovered from industry; mutualize costs and reducing energy bills. The administrative procedures to connect a building to a district heating system are described. A figure shows the various components of a district heating system.
Post date: 13 Jan 2014
Type: Publication

This website has been created in the framework of the Intelligent Energy Europe 'SDHtake-off - Solar District Heating in Europe' and 'SDHplus – New Business Opportunities for Solar District Heating and Cooling' projects. These projects are supporting the market rollout of solar thermal district heating in Europe.
Post date: 27 May 2013
Type: Link

Post date: 14 Dec 2012
Type: Publication

Post date: 14 Nov 2012
Type: Publication