Local heat is usually generated together with electricity (combined heat and power). The efficiency of this process is much higher than with conventional power plants. This makes district heating an efficient and resource-saving option for energy supply. Their use becomes even smarter when district heating is used to drive an adsorption refrigeration system. For one thing, the kilowatt price is usually well below that for electricity.
On the other hand, district heating is available in excess in the summer months. But then just the cooling demand is greatest. Thus, the combination of district heating and adsorption refrigeration contributes to a meaningful, balanced and efficient use of our resources.
District heating is also provided in part in modern low-temperature networks. Even then, the use of FAHRENHEIT cooling systems is possible. Because the units deliver good cooling results even at flow temperatures of 50 ° C and above.