The centralised generation of heat is a more efficient way of heating buildings than with individual generators and district heat networks also capture and redistribute heat that would otherwise be wasted. European cities looking for ways to achieve a low carbon future are therefore looking increasingly to the example of frontrunners such as Denmark. ...
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