DescriptionAs a part of my stay at NTU in collaboration with Energy Research Institute at NTU, I was developing models for assessment of district cooling (DC) potential in Singapore. The work consisted of mapping the energy resources and potential DC demand, analyzing demand patterns, conducting pre-feasibility studies and evaluating the possibility of developing DC system on a large scale.
In the second part of the project integration of DC with the energy system was assessed. Synergies between different energy sectors were detected and the potential for utilizing them was evaluated. It weas found that the DC should contribute to the overall goal of reducing GHG emissions, established by the government of Singapore, as well as to increase energy security of the country.
Results will be presented at IAEE2017 conference in Singapore in June 2017.
|Period||1 Dec 2016 → 31 Mar 2017|
|Visiting||Nanyang Technological University|
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