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Since demand for district heating is lower in the warm months of the year, redundant waste heat is fed through large, environment-friendly absorption chillers or cooled using water from the Danube Canal (“free cooling”) to produce district cooling capacity. Like district heating, district cooling is supplied to consumers via insulated pipes in a highly efficient closed-loop energy system.

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Nikola Thunberg
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I am Nikola, I care about economic strategies and their impact on the government and citizens. I like to analyze alternative economics types. I study the behavior of community-based economics, knowledge-based economics, centralized, as well as decentralized economics models.

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