In the seventh issue of the APUEA Magazine, we interview Mr. Clay Nesler from Johnson Controls. We explore how thermal energy storage improves district cooling networks and provide more insights into UPS technology for data centers. We also look into Smart O&M, how AI can increase efficiency for heating in buildings, and introduce the potential of waste heat recovery in the Asia Pacific. The issue also includes a summary of the Renewables in Cities 2019 Global Status Report. The magazine includes articles from Johnson Controls, ENGIE, ABB, Siveco, Leanheat by Danfoss, IVL-Swedish Environmental Research Institute, REN 21, and APUEA.
APUEA is pleased to share a new decarbonisation roadmap for the heating and cooling sector in Europe. The report is titled ”Towards a decarbonised heating and cooling sector in Europe - Unlocking the potential of energy efficiency and district energy” and is produced by The Sustainable Energy Planning Research Group of Aalborg University, with the support of Danfoss and Engie.
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