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District Cooling

District Cooling

District cooling entails the production and circulation of chilled water to multiple buildings through a network of insulated underground pipes. Cooled water is pumped from the central plant through the pre-insulated underground pipes connected to the building connections, which is called Energy Transfer Station (ETS). In the ETS, the coolness of the chilled water is used to chill down the water of the building through a Plate Heat Exchanger (PHE).

How it Works

  • Water is chilled at a central cooling plant 
  • Chilled water is pumped through a network of underground insulated pipes to the customers’ building
  • An air-conditioning water system inside the customer’s building circulates the chilled water 
  • Air is then pumped through the chilled water pipe of the air-conditioning system producing cold air

Benefits of District Cooling