Heating with renewable energies
About half of the energy consumption in Germany is used for heating buildings and heating water. Most of this is still done with natural gas, oil and other fuels, all of which release the climate-damaging CO2. These fossil fuels must be replaced. In order to succeed, we have to think in a new way.
Rethinking means using renewable heating systems and heating with renewable electricity in the future. CO2-free electricity that comes from photovoltaic systems, wind power plants, storage facilities, industrial waste heat or natural geothermal energy. The expansion of renewable heat is not only beneficial in terms of reducing emissions and energy prices, but also reduces dependence on energy imports. Above all, however, with a view to reducing global warming, heating with renewable energies is a necessary and urgent undertaking.
It is particularly important for the building sector to strive for a climate-neutral heat supply. This is achieved by greatly reducing the demand for heat and covering the remaining heat share from renewable heating systems.
Who can we support in the implementation
of district heating?
We focus on smaller municipalities, communities and community associations with up to 10,000 inhabitants that do not have their own municipal utilities and help them to implement the energy and especially the heat transition.
As a leading provider of integrated energy solutions, we plan the heat transition and implement the projects as a general contractor on a turnkey basis. We work throughout Germany, but always think regionally and want the economic power and the income from trade tax to stay in the region.
That's why we encourage municipalities and residents to set up local cooperatives that will own and operate the renewable electricity and heat generation in the future.
How is a district heating network created?
The starting point for the generation of green electricity is often large-scale photovoltaic parks, which are one of the basic pillars for the energy and heat transition. This may be joined by (smaller) wind turbines, geothermal energy and industrial waste heat, all of which together provide the renewable electricity that we then use for the regenerative heating of buildings.
How we use and convert the electricity depends on the local conditions. Sustainable district heating networks are often possible and economically feasible. In a heating plant, water is heated with electricity from renewable energies and reaches the connected households as district heating.
What are the advantages of a district heating network?
Switching from oil/gas to district heating, and thus to climate-neutral heating systems, is a sensible option both in view of global warming and economically and, in addition to immediate climate protection, means long-term planning and price security, i.e. independence from the world markets. We finance, plan and implement your climate-neutral district heating network!
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