The collaboration between SDCC, AWS engineering teams, Fortum eNext, and the City of Dublin Energy Management Agency (CODEMA) has resulted in a low-carbon solution optimising the potential of recyclable heat combined with additional heat-pump technology – the first example of its kind in Ireland. (Photo: SDCC)
PARAT Halvorsen will deliver a 3.000kW IEL Electrical Boiler for hot water with 16 barg design pressure, 690V and 120°C water temperature. The boiler will be used as peak load and backup for the heat pump and will be delivered Q3 2021. The Low Voltage boiler is designed and produced in Norway.
To read more about South Dublin County Council’s Tallaght District Heating Network click here
Fortum’s vision as a clean energy company is to work with partners in reshaping the energy system, improving resource efficiency and providing smart solutions for the future. District heating is an endemic feature of the city and town communities in Finland, Sweden and northern Europe, and Fortum is a major player in these energy systems. Fortum’s delivery will meet local heat demand with a low-carbon solution that is scalable for future heating demand and follows a modular design principle. Developing green solutions for cities’ district heating networks and electrifying customers’ processes aligns well with Fortum eNext’s strategy on decarbonisation. www.fortum.com/enext
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