Heat Pumps

Heat pumps work as intermediates between the electrical and thermal energy systems. It uses electricity to move available heat from one place to another e.g. heat from the surrounding air into the homes. Large heat pumps used at district heating plants allow higher levels of renewable energy to be used for thermal purposes, while assisting in balancing the energy system. Also, heat pumps enable thermal storage in the sense that other sources such as biomass and waste used for thermal energy production can be stored for times when the electricity demand is high or production of renewable energy is low.

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