Energy supply contracting over 20 years for luxury resort
The Grand SPA Resort A-ROSA in List is a top class wellness hotel and belongs to the A-ROSA Finest Hideaway Resorts. It offers its guests 177 exclusively furnished rooms and suites, five restaurants and a bar, almost all of it with a view over the North Sea or the surrounding dunes. The event area covers a total area of 700 sqm and offers comfortable meeting rooms with up to 70 sqm for small meetings as well as a ballroom of 350 sqm with a winter garden for large events.
ENGIE Deutschland has concluded a 20-year energy supply contract and has taken over the operation, maintenance and servicing of the technical installations. In addition, we have borne the total investment costs of almost 2 million euros.
For the heat supply, ENGIE Deutschland installed a heating center in its own building. A natural gas-powered combined heat and power station guarantees an efficient and reliable energy supply. A refrigerator including recooling systems provides for air conditioning, while the power supply is provided via two transformer stations with 800 kVA each.
The supply of seawater as a contracting service to the unique pool landscape is particularly interesting. ENGIE Deutschland installed a 300 meter long pipeline from the North Sea to the plant. Around 22,000 cubic meters of North Sea water flow through this pipeline each year into the indoor and outdoor pools.
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