- Residual energy sources are generally used (urban solid waste or others) in high performance energy equipment, thus minimising fossil origin primary energy consumption.
- Reduction of greenhouse effect gas emission as it is a more efficient energy solution.
- Significant reduction of refrigerant losses into the atmosphere compared to conventional systems.
- Noise and vibration reduction in buildings connected to the system.
- Null visual impact as the system ensures that roofs and façades remain completely unobstructed.
- Mitigation of the "heat island" effect, managing to lower the ambient temperature between 1ºC and 2ºC, thanks to the replacement of hundreds of air conditioning units by air conditioning through a DHC network
- Notable reduction of contracted electrical power.
- Savings in user energy bills.
- Reduction in maintenance costs and fewer technical specialisation requirements.
- No need to purchase or replace own production equipment.
- Aids energy expenditure forecasting.
- More space available for business or other uses.
- Cutting-edge buildings with a high added value.
- Guarantee of safety and continuity of supply.
- Elimination of risk of legionella in buildings as there are no refrigeration towers.
- Permanent supervision of facilities by specialists, including substations.
- No inflammable gases inside the building.
- Flexibility: service is guaranteed at all times, avoiding the need to plan and adapt to different user requirments. Power can therefore be increased easily with minimum investment.
- Reliability: our equipment is redundant, high quality, automated and constantly supervised by highly qualified technicians to ensure unfailing service.
- Simplicity: less complex facilities with low cost maintenance. Greater operative simplicity of facilities as energy production does not belong to the building.
- Space saving unobstructed roofs and small technical rooms.
- No vibrations, noise or negative visual impact: due to the elimination of air conditioning equipment and chimneys.