City-zen partners blood bank Sanquin and water company Waternet join efforts to use the cold from the public drinking water infrastructure for cooling the bloodbank.
In the transition towards clean energy, we are looking for ways to heat and cool buildings and operations in a sustainable way. Thermal energy from drinking water (TED) is an interesting sustainable alternative for companies or organizations with a large cooling demand.
As a result of the extraction of the cold, the temperature of the drinking water infrastructure rises slightly which means end-users need less energy to heat water. Win-win!