District Energy

Leveraging economies of scale for energy efficiency

District energy systems produce chilled water, steam or hot water at a central plant and then pipe that energy out (either underground or over rooftops) to buildings for air conditioning, space heating and water heating. As a result, these buildings don't require their own chillers, air conditioners, boilers or furnaces.

District energy systems take advantage of economies of scale -- it is more economical and efficient for a larger central utility plant to operate than several smaller systems. Compared with building-specific energy systems, district energy systems are up to 40-percent more efficient, as larger systems are considerably more energy efficient than small, individual units.

 
 
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