Which approach & steps to replace individual gas boilers in buildings?
A number of cities’ strategies to decarbonise heating in existing buildings rely on energy efficiency measures and replacement of fossil-fuel boilers by heating systems powered by green energy, such as heat pumps and district heating.
If this replacement or connection to district heating can be done relatively easily in individual houses, the challenge is bigger for multi-apartment buildings in which each flat is equipped with an individual gas boiler. In particular, it requires important piping work at building level. Different approaches to optimise the connection to district heating can be possible, such as the centralisation of the building heating system (in the cellar or attic for instance) or the connection to district heating at flat level with the installation of individual substations.
This session will present different solutions and approaches to tackle the replacement of individual gas boilers in existing multi-apartment buildings. Detailed agenda will be provided beginning of May.
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