A system maximizing energy use efficiency by utilizing both heat and electricity into pertinent usage.
A safe, clean, and efficient method of economically supplying heat produced from large heat producing facility (generator, incinerator etc) to a whole target area.
Does not use the much concerned freon (CFC) gas. Uses tepid water to meet the explosive consumption in the summer as recommended by the government.
This recommended production is convenient and economical when used hand in hand with district heating.
It is 40% cheaper than central heating. Maintenance cost and an operating technician is not needed
Free from any danger or pollution since the energy source is hot water. No boilers are needed within the building.
Heating and Cooling used by developed nations. Chimneys do not exist. 48% pollution reduction is achieved compared to central heating thus cleaner air can be attained.
24 hours 365 days one can enjoy heating and hot water for it is continuous heating.
Energy efficiency is 84% compared to the electric generating facilities with 48% efficiency since it can only provide electric energy, which then has to be changed into heat again. Raw resources can be saved thus making it economical for the importing state.