DISTRICT HEATING SYSTEMS
District heating is the use of a centralized boiler installation to provide heat for a number of buildings. This can use a heat only boiler, or the heat from a combined heat and power (CHP) plant.
- Boilers to burn wood fuels such as wood chips and pellets tends to be physically larger and more expensive than equivalent gas or oil boilers. This is partly as a result of the physical requirements for a high temperature combustion environment and transporting the solid fuel.
- As boilers get larger however the disparity with gas and oil boilers becomes comparatively smaller, and so wood fuel becomes more economically attractive, especially for installations of the scale of a few hundred kw.
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