District Cooling

District Cooling

The need for air conditioning in the world is rising due to population growth, urbanization, and increasing prosperity.

The IPCC estimated cooling demand for buildings to increase tenfold in 2050, affecting CO2 emissions and climate change.

But CO2 reductions at scale can be achieved by integrating district cooling in the energy system.

Read about the four generations of district cooling, replacing small individual and inefficient air-conditioning. And district cooling utilizing groundwater, excess heat, solar cells, heat pumps absorbing cooling energy from seawater, and much more.

Curious?
Then happy reading 🙂

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HC3 - 2020

Upcoming quaterlies

2020
December
Large and growing markets

2021
March
Fuel flexibility and green transition.  From coal, oil and gas to wind, sun, biomass, geothermal, surplus heat, storage, and more.

June
Money, Finance and Economy

September
Garbage! - Waste is a resource, and incineration can create sustainable and clean energy

December
Old and worn out DH - Updating district heating systems.

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