The interface for System Rornet is called SR2 and is fully integrated with the GIS standard program ArcGIS, providing an easy and clear interface and optimal ways to present results. Use of ArcGIS ensures full integration with the existing pipeline registration and consumer account systems so that data does not need to be maintained in multiple systems. In addition, there are extensive illustrative possibilities, specially designed for analysis of district heating and cooling networks.
Varde Forsyning has approx. 5500 district heating consumers. Around 95% of the heat delivered to these consumers is produced at a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant located in Esbjerg. The heat from the CHP plant is delivered through a buried transmission line.
A 16 bar distribution network in the Dongtan2 area is supplied with heat from the Dongtan2 Combined heat and power plant.
Stadtwerke Kiel in Germany is planning a new combined heat and power (CHP) plant to be the main heat supplier to district heating network in Kiel. The new CHP plant has a maximum supply temperature to the district heating network that is lower than the design temperature of the network.
The Metropolitan Copenhagen Heating Transmission Company (CTR) and Western Copenhagen Transmission Company (VEKS) operate together the large heat transmission network around Copenhagen.
NuPower Thermal LLC is developing a modern district energy network for the City of Bridgeport in Connecticut, USA.