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
The Hamburg building cooperatives HANSA, dhu and Lehrerbau as well as a community of residential owners have signed a heating supply contract for the project with ENGIE Deutschland with a term of 15 years.
The wood pellet system, consisting of four boilers, with a total output of 880 kilowatts (kW), covers the entire heat demand of all 233 residential units on an area of 23,000 square meters. This makes the plant one of the largest in the residential real estate sector, which enables a heat supply with energy from 100 % renewable sources.
ENGIE took over the entire planning, investment and operation.
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