An innovative heating and cooling concept was developed for the plant in Wahlstedt. The implementation of the heating concept leads to savings of up to 180,000 euros per year and includes measures such as the post-insulation of the heat distribution network, the integration of alternative fuels or the implementation of measures to shut down the heat distribution network in summer.
An economic comparison of different heat generation technologies has shown that the conversion to decentralised hot water generation with natural gas low-temperature boilers was more economical than refurbishment or replacement investment in the waste wood heating plant. In addition, a natural gas CHP plant was installed to cover the company’s own electricity requirements.
Conception, planning, project management and control for the biomass ORC cogeneration plant and a wood pelleting plant were carried out entirely by eta Energieberatung, Pfaffenhofen.
The conception, planning, project management and control of the 3 ORC combined heat and power plants in Heidegrund, Oranienbaum and Löbau, with pelleting including machining, was carried out by eta Energieberatung in Pfaffenhofen.
Different variants for the renovation of the heat supply/distribution system were developed and compared with each other. In addition, an estimation of the use of CHP plants was made. The following recommendations, among others, could be derived: Decoupling the main workshop from the 2.5 bar heat supply and conversion to condensate heat utilisation.
In the Fuggerei Augsburg, the oldest social settlement in the world, 150 people live in the 140 apartments of the 67 houses. The aim of the administration of the Fürstlich und Gräflich Fugger Foundation was to establish a maintenance-free, economically and ecologically sustainable heat supply for the listed building ensemble.
A local heating network in the historic old town centre of Weißenstadt is being built in several construction phases. For the newly built heating plant, a previously empty grain warehouse, was renovated and thus put to a new use.
eta Energieberatung, Pfaffenhofen received the order from WUN Bioenergie GmbH for the conception and planning of a biomass ORC cogeneration plant and a wood pelleting plant. After a construction period of only 9 months the combined heat and power plant has been put into operation.
The municipality of Jetzendorf has had an energy use plan drawn up by eta Energieberatung. This systematically created an overall concept for the energetic development of the community. The possibilities of saving energy, increasing efficiency and the conversion to renewable energy sources can be coordinated by this systematic approach.
The municipality of Hohenwart has had an energy use plan drawn up by eta Energieberatung. This systematically created an overall concept for the energetic development of the community. The possibilities of saving energy, increasing efficiency and the conversion to renewable energy sources can be coordinated by this systematic approach.
At the power plant site, a waste incineration line was converted to biomass operation (wood combustion). The entire conception and planning of the biomass cogeneration plant was carried out by eta Energieberatung.
Erdgas Schwaben supplies the city of Dillingen with environmentally friendly and cost-effective bio-heat from a biomass ORC cogeneration plant. eta Energieberatung develops measures for the technical and operational optimisation of the biomass CHP plant with district heating network in Dillingen.
Through eta Energieberatung a sustainable concept for a secure procurement of fuel assortments was developed and a regional market overview was created. In addition, a profitability analysis and a sustainability assessment was carried out.
In Taufkirchen (Vils), a district heating network with a route length of approx. 5,200 m and 41 heat transfer stations was built. The base load requirement is covered all year round by combined heat and power plants. In addition, a community-owned conventional peak and reserve system was also set up.
In Engelsberg, a biomass heating plant with a capacity of 1,700 kW and a district heating network with a route length of approx. 7,400 m and 180 heat transfer stations were built. Afterwards, the biomass heating plant and the district heating network were optimised during operation.