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How It Works

How It Works

District cooling follows a simple process as illustrated in the video

  • Water is chilled at a central cooling plant 
  • Chilled water is pumped through a network of underground insulated pipes to the customers’ building
  • An air-conditioning water system inside the customer’s building circulates the chilled water 
  • Air is then pumped through the chilled water pipe of the air-conditioning system producing cold air

Components of the district cooling system:

  • Central cooling plant 
  • Pipe Distribution Network (PDN) 
  • Energy Transfer Station (ETS) or customer connection point
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