more efficient use of primary energy, both when it is made in cogeneration plants and when waste heat from industrial processes is used
possibility of exploiting renewable energy sources (biomass, geothermal, solar thermal), energy recovery from thermal waste or industrial processes and at zero cost
greater energy security, resulting from the possibility of using several locally available energy sources at the same time
more controls on exhaust gases and effective abatement of emitted pollutants than in a scenario where, for the same fuel, heat is generated locally by small individual boilers
in newly built houses, reduction of investment costs for the construction of the heating plant.
A technology used in some district heating contexts is the exploitation of heat for district cooling through the absorption refrigeration cycle. The direct use of a heat source to produce cooling constitutes an increase in system efficiency and energy savings, especially if the heat comes from a district heating plant that receives waste heat from other processes (e.g. industrial processes) interconnected to the district heating network itself.
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