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District cooling: Copenhagen, home of the largest absorption chiller cooling

A recent report by the City of Copenhagen, home of the largest absorption chiller cooling, network gives a glimpse of its district cooling system which uses seawater and surplus heat from the district heating network (through absorption cooling and compression chillers).
A recent report by the City of Copenhagen, home of the largest absorption chiller cooling, network gives a glimpse of its district cooling (DC) system which uses seawater and surplus heat from the district heating network (through absorption cooling and compression chillers).

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