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District heating and cooling (DH&C) systems, which use the wind-generated electricity, can transfer electricity to thermal energy and store it for later use in a cost-effective way. The image on the cover shows a thermal heat storage pit under construction. Click here to read about the subject written by Anders Dyrelund and Søren Møller Thomsen from Ramboll, Denmark.

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