HeatingWarmth creates comfort for living and working. Therefore, the stable supply of heat is an essential task for building and system operators.
As a rule, heat is supplied via underground, thermally insulated pipe systems. The heat is fed directly from the producer or a collection point to the consumers. District heating plants, for example, which are operated with natural gas, biogas or coal, serve as heat sources.
For about 15 years, heat from so-called cogeneration has increasingly been added. This is implemented by combined heat and power plants (CHP) - they generate electricity and usable heat at the same time. Wind and solar energy are also increasingly contributing to warm rooms and pleasant water temperatures in buildings. This is because the electricity generated from them can be used to operate large heat pumps, which significantly increase the energy efficiency of district heating networks. This so-called sector coupling between the electricity and heating sectors helps to achieve climate protection goals.
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