GERMANY: Johnson Controls will set up four 15MW warmth pumps employing R1234ze(E) refrigerant at Hamburg’s Dradenau wastewater procedure plant to recover heat for the city’s district heating network.
The job is among the the initial huge-scale heat pump projects in Germany and is anticipated to source warmth to far more than 39,000 residences. It is component of a collaborative undertaking amongst Hamburg Wasser and Hamburg Energiewerke, the warmth pumps are expected to save all-around 66,000 tons of CO2 each year when they arrive on the net in 2025.
The York Titan OM water-to-water warmth pumps will extract heat from handled wastewater that leaves the plant each and every working day and feed it into the central district heating process of Hamburg Energie, section of the Energiepark Hafen (the city’s Port Electricity Park) heating network.
“Wastewater is a valuable source that we have been employing for weather-friendly electrical power technology for some time and the likely of which we are continuing to exploit,” defined Ingo Hannemann, complex MD of Hamburg Wasser.
“For Hamburg’s heat provide, we will be relying on a modular strength process in the foreseeable future. At our Port Power Park, we will crank out the majority of local climate-neutral warmth from industrial processes, waste recycling and Hamburg Wasser’s wastewater cure plant,” included Hamburger Energiewerke spokesperson Christian Heine.
The warmth pumps will be equipped from Johnson Controls’ manufacturing unit in Nantes, France, a single of the company’s major locations for the manufacturing of huge-scale refrigeration and warmth pump gear for the EMEA location.
In addition to the undertaking with Hamburg H2o, Johnson Controls also provides similar warmth pumps to utility providers which include EnBW Stuttgart, Stadtwerke Rosenheim and Vienna Vitality.