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Making use of excess heat: Assessment methodology for urban excess heat recovery solutions

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A large amount of low-temperature urban excess heat sources is available to play a fundamental role in the decarbonisation of the heating sector, including the present and future of district heating networks. Learn more about how to assess urban excess heat recovery solutions, with the methodology presented in this text. This text focuses on presenting an assessment approach to support further consistent demonstration based on four representative case studies from the ongoing ReUseHeat project. The case studies come from data centres, hospital cooling systems, sewage water networks and underground stations. Key Performance Indicators are defined to enable integral evaluation in line with the Smart Cities Information System guidelines. The full article Assessment methodology for urban excess (...)

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