Evangelical Center for the Elderly and St. Paulusheim (Gymnasium and Pallottiner) in the local heating network
Under the sign of the following 4 principles, various aspects were combined in Bruchsal with a newly installed local heating network:
The new local heating network achieves CO2 savings of 67 % or more than 850 tons of CO2/year.
ENGIE modified the system technology while the system was in operation: Three heating centers werebeen equipped with new heat generators and connected to one another via a local heating line, some of which is buried in the ground. The existing heating distributors in the control centers have been refurbished with high efficiency pumps and modern control technology. A new central building management system can ensure the heat supply in a total of five building sections even if a heat generator should experience a malfunction.
ENGIE oversees the plants over the contract period of 20 years and refinances the investment costs for the new plant technology through the energy savings. Fuels such as gas, pellets or CHP power are purchased by the customer at an attractive price through ENGIE.
Together with Energie SaarLorLux, ENGIE Deutschland is driving forward the coal phase-out in Saarbrücken
Saving more than 600 tons of CO2 per year
Long-term energy supply contracting for Fulda plant
New, better, more efficient
ENGIE Deutschland and the Gera energy supply have changed the district heating supply in a joint project
Sustainable facility services for one of the most innovative and intelligent office buildings in Germany
ENGIE and GEKA conclude future-oriented energy partnership
With sustainably operated building technology, the hotel reduces energy consumption by 20%
Sustainable and ecological supply concept for CreativQuartier Zeche Fürst Leopold
Hamburg heats up with renewable energy – thanks to one of the largest wood pellet plants in the city, which has started operations in the district of Lokstedt