District Heating Market: Economic Benefits of District Heating Systems to boost the Market growth

District heating involves generating heat in a centralized location and then distributing it to residences, businesses and industry in a local area. In a district heating system, a central heat generation plant produces heat energy through various means, such as burning natural gas, coal, biomass, or utilizing renewable sources like geothermal energy or waste heat from industrial processes. The heat is then transferred to a heat transfer fluid, usually water or steam. District heating systems are more reliable and less prone to breakdowns compared to individual heating systems.