To supply new heat users, the existing Bunhill Heat and Power Network will be extended to utilise existing sources of waste heat and to explore the opportunities for the system to utilise a lower operating temperature. This demonstrator will develop knowledge and expertise of how to optimise an approach to laying district heating pipework in a highly urbanised, mixed-use environment […]
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The London Underground’s mid-tunnel ventilation shaft and UK Power Network’s electricity substation have been identified as sources of waste heat that could be utilised within the local Bunhill Heat and Power Network. This demonstrator will look at how these sources of waste heat can be captured and integrated into this local district heating system. Transport for […]
In order to create a district-wide energy network, Active Network Management (ANM) integrates decentralised energy generation and district heating systems with the electricity distribution network. The objective of the ANM scheme is to inform the models that are used to assess if decentralised energy plants (embedded generation) can connect to the electricity network and, if so, under what operating regime they can […]
The CELSIUS project received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 314441 between 2013 and 2017.