Alis-Daniela Torres is Officer for Sustainable Resources at ICLEI Europe, another of the THERMOS partners. “When speaking with city representatives involved in energy planning and the development of sustainable energy and climate action plans, it becomes clear that it is a time consuming and complex process, often outpacing the capacities and know-how of small- and medium-sized towns. A simpler planning process that takes into account alternative energy sources on a local level, could lead to a greater uptake of district energy solutions with great benefits for citizens in terms of costs, reliability of supply and even an improvement of air quality.” Efficient heating and cooling networks can reduce local greenhouse gas emissions, reduce external energy dependence, and provide a more affordable and reliable source of energy to citizens. The future of energy planning in cities and towns will greatly influence where our energy comes from and will be decisive for whether citizens can be provided with the more reliable, affordable and greener source of energy that the future requires.
Trial energy planning in the Berchtesgadener Straße, Berlin using the latest version of the THERMOS tool."
The secret of the SX-WP family The SX-WPJoint possess unique shrink properties, ensuring every joint the same long service life as the rest of the pipe system. With more than 1 million installed it has proven its worth. The cross-linked polyethylene (PEX) is the foundation of the SX-WP Joint system. The material has a rather unique molecular structure, which provides an unusually strong shrinkage while maintaining the shrink resistance throughout the service life of the pipe system. In addition, the material is resistant to overheating during assembly. The SX-WP family consists of the straight joint, the bend joint and the T-joint, which means great flexibility and fewer components, and is now available with a welding plug.
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