What is the target group for wastewater energy?

Wastewater energy is an economical option for the heating and cooling demand of any building with an energy requirement upwards of approx. 50 kW, which is equivalent to about 15 residential units. The largest system realized to date has a withdrawal capacity of 2.1 MW. It supplies 450 residential units and additional commercial units. As a heat pump technology, wastewater energy aims for a temperature level of 35 to 55 °C / 95 to 131°F,
but there are also a number of projects in which higher temperatures are fed in. It is always a question of who the competitors are and what the next best option is. Wastewater heat is also particularly suitable for municipal or city heating networks. These local or district heating networks can be both cold and warm networks.

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