?) is a small town in Kalaw Township, Taunggyi District, Shan State of Myanmar (formerly Burma). Hhoo is best known because it has an airport with connections to Yangon, Mandalay and other domestic airports. Hhoo is best known for having an international airport with connections to Yangon, Mandalay and other domestic airports. The Heho (HEH) airport guide: terminal plans, arrival and departure times, check-in information and much more. Hehho is located in Burma with the iata code HEH and the icao code VYHH.
mw-headline" id="Get_in">Get in
Hhoo is a town in Shan State, in eastern Myanmar. Hhoo is best known because it has an international aerodrome with flights to Yangon, Mandalay and other local aerodromes. This is where most of us take a tour bus, cab or pick-up to get to Inle Lake. Right in front of the Aiport, cabbies calculate between 15000 and 30000 Kyat (September 2010) for the 45-minute drive to Inle.
If you have good negotiation skill, your car will cost 10000 Kie. You have to take the coach or pick-up to the highway outside the aiport. When leaving the aiport it is a 2 km right-foot.
**spspan class="mw-headline" id="Get_in">Get in
Hhoo is a town in Shan State, in eastern Myanmar. Hhoo is best known for having an internatinal airfield with flights to Yangon, Mandalay and other local airporte. This is where most of us take a tourist coach, cab or pick-up to get to Inle Lake. In September 2010, cabbies calculated between 15,000 and 30,000 kyats for the 45-minute journey to Inle directly outside the Aiport.
If you had good negotiation skill, personal automobiles would do it for 10,000 Kie. You have to take the coach or pick-up to the highway outside the aiport. It is a 2 km long right turn when leaving the area.
The HeHo - Centre for Energy Technology
In Thisted and Copenhagen, geothermics is currently used for the supply of long-distance heat. The power is generated by inflating the hot air that is located in the pores of the sandstone of the reservoir. Others, such as the burning of household refuse, can also be used for long-distance heat.
While our need for warmth is highest in cold weather, our power generation is relatively stable. We are therefore examining the option of saving the surplus in the earth's thermal storage in this area. With the extra power, it is intended to warm and feed it into the terrestrial storage tank in order to raise the underground temperatures in summers; in winters, this extra power can be inflated and used for long-distance cooling.
Investigation of the reaction of the bedrock to the injecting of warm waters by means of lab tests; the effect of heat on perforability, mesochemical responses and geo-mechanical characteristics are of interest. This experiment forms the foundation for the following petrochemical and rock-physical modelling, with which the energetic accumulation is planned.
The comparison of the effect with the changes seen through warming by warming with warm air can give us useful new information.