Using Heat More Efficiently

Published on 01.08.2015
High School

15 min read

Large amounts of are released to the atmosphere instead of being captured to serve connected user sites. Coordinated public policies are needed to meet the key challenge of capturing and redistributing this “lost” energy in district heating systems.


Photo of two gas-fired boilers, which contribute to the production of heat and electricity in the district heating network in Le Mans, western France.

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