A comparison of traditional air cooling systems (DX systems) with novel air cooling systems based on regenerative indirect evaporative exchangers (RIEC) and systems based on regenerative indirect evaporative exchangers combined with desiccant wheels (DRIEC) for buildings dedicated to educational use in Southern European climate. The results show that the new RIEC and DRIEC systems have a clear competitive advantage over traditional systems(DX)in terms of indoor air quality, energy consumption and thermal comfort.

The market penetration of DHC systems varies strongly amongst the EU member states. Our new interactive map gives you an …

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WEDISTRICT shared its progress and lessons learnt at the Spanish National Environmental Congress (CONAMA) on June 1, 2021.

Performance Assessment of District Energy Systems with Common Elements for Heating and Cooling The assessment of a DHC system, which …

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Integration of RES in an existing DC network University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest will test the integration of renewable energy sources …

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Integration of Renewables in DHC for Sustainable Living WEDISTRICT organised a workshop dedicated to the integration of renewable energy in …

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Manuel Ruiz de Adana Santiago, Head of Research Group in Applied Thermal Engineering at the University of Córdoba talks to …

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Sustainable Development Award for WEDISTRICT WEDISTRCT project has recieved its first award 🏆- the Sustainable Development Award, promoted by Diario …

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Join us as a virtual demo site! We are now selecting virtual demo sites for fossil-free DHC to join our …

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A new future for data center energetic waste Jon Summers at the Data Center World  Frankfurt 2019 Jon Summers, Scientific …

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