Cogeneration plants and “dynamic” district heating networks, what are the differences?
Industry and tertiary sector
What are the main differences between the district heating networks powered with the aid of normal cogeneration plants and those so-called “dynamic”? Surely, flexibility is one of the dynamic plants’ distinguishing features, adapting to the needs of the market. Bertula gives some examples in this interview.
Original language: English
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