PLANNING, BUILDING AND MAINTAINING POWER GRIDS
District and local heating systems involve supplying heat to buildings using thermally insulated pipelines.
The popularity of such systems has been increasing in recent years. Such central heating systems have become the preferred installation for cities and new housing developments.
As a source of heat, water radiators and hot-tap systems can reduce expenses because of their independence of custom heating systems.
The environment also benefits as a consequence of the use of systems with a higher level of efficiency for the generation of district heat and the reduction of multiple heating systems for individual buildings.
Environmentally friendly production of heat using electrical energy also makes an active contribution to the protection of the environment.