There is a growing need for cooling, and district cooling is like district heating, a natural part of the urban infrastructure in smart cities. The benefits of district cooling can be explored and implemented in four steps or via four generations:
It is our experience each generation contributes to better cost-effectiveness. However, the time frame depends on the local conditions, and not least, the focus on green solutions and urban development. In particular, the 4th generation can be very cost-effective as the heat pump generates revenues from both sales of energy for heating and cooling and not least cooling capacity, writes Anders Dyrelund, senior market managerand Frederik Palshøj Bigum, energy planner, from Ramboll.
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