Budapest's district heating company Főtáv announced Wednesday company unit Csepeli Hőszolgáltató (CHSz) will launch a central-cooling service at a residential park in Budapest.
CHSz will use a fan-cool system that transforms warm water used for heating. The company will purchase the required energy from Főtáv. Főtáv claims that about 400 million tons of carbon-dioxide can be conserved with the proper pairing of central heating and cooling. (MTI-Econews)