Smart Energy Cities

The world population is increasing and has now exceeded 7.000.000.000 people. The need for good indoor climate and hot sanitary water is increasing even more.

 

Unfortunately, the world will run short of fossil fuels within a few generations, and we have to reduce climate gas emissions due to the risk of climate change – not to speak about the security of supply for future generations.

 

At the same time, more and more people prefer to live in cities. Cities grow and new cities develop.

This is a challenge, but also an opportunity to serve the population with the necessary thermal services in a smart and sustainable way. In smart energy cities low-carbon energy in general can be provided in a more cost effective way to buildings than in remote areas.

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