An authoritative survey last year showed that 436 new tall buildings are proposed for London*. With compliance required for the London Mayor's ambitious carbon emissions policies, these kind
An authoritative survey last year showed that 436 new tall buildings are proposed for London*. With compliance required for the London Mayor’s ambitious carbon emissions policies, these kind of densities provides a unique opportunity to exploit the carbon saving and cost benefits of district heating and cooling or individual building CHP based systems.
The Danish Embassy, in association with leading Danish district heating practitioners, is pleased to offer a seminar “District Heating, Cooling and CHP for Tall Buildings” that provides the opportunity to explore the topic in depth and identify new ways to add value, efficiency and achieve compliance.
The information offered at this seminar is ideal for M&E consultants, consultant engineers, contractors, developers and housing associations, and covers topics including:
– Communal / District Heating Overview
– Local planning requirements and Guidelines
– Heat and cooling Networks Design Principles
– Heat Interface Units (HIUs)
– Network Pipework Sizing
– Central Plant – Capacity Calculation
– Metering, Billing and Revenue Management
(Thursday) 10:00 am - 12:30 pm