Thanks to an in-depth knowledge of district heating and cooling applications, AB is able to explore flexible solutions that meet the customer's operating requirements.
The AB solutions applied to district heating and cooling networks make it possible to combine energy saving and eco-sustainability for urban areas with high population and industrial density that suffer the greatest consequences of polluting emissions.
Thanks to district heating and cooling, powered by AB solutions, it is possible to eliminate individual boilers and the related maintenance costs and to create a single high-efficiency centralized system to meet the thermal needs of users.
The absence of fuel and direct flames, replaced by the centralized hot or superheated water supply, contributes to the system's safety and to an improvement in air quality, especially in the most compromised urban areas.
AB solutions supply district energy networks with electricity, superheated water and cold water for central heating and cooling systems.
Centralized cooling and trigeneration plants make it possible to use the surplus heat also to generate cold water by means of an absorption chiller. CHP plants have a very high conversion efficiency (> 90%), therefore in the long term they generate savings on operating costs.