In order to further improve regional sourcing and the environmental balance, considerations are currently being made to switch the energy supply from natural gas to biogenic energy sources.
For the municipality of Gräfelfing, eta Energieberatung has applied for Module I for the funding of feasibility studies. In the feasibility study, an innovative heat network system with heat storage in a former gravel pit is investigated.
As part of the company’s own sustainability strategy, Danone GmbH is striving to renew its energy generation at the Ochsenfurt site. The goal is a CO2-neutral energy supply for the plant with hot water, steam and electricity.
As part of the company’s internal sustainability strategy, the company is expanding its existing energy supply with several wood gasification CHP units, biomass boilers, a large buffer storage and several PV systems. The aim is to generate climate-friendly and renewable electricity and heat to supply the company’s own production halls.
Weyermann was supported by eta Energieberatung in the introduction and certification of an energy management system according to ISO 50001. The annual recertification of the energy management system was also successfully achieved by the specialists from eta Energieberatung.
In order to replace the climate-damaging fuel lignite with CO2-free heat, the site managers decided to connect the plant to the local district heating network of N-Ergie. In addition to the conversion of the heat supply, several optimisation measures in the local heating network were also investigated in order to achieve the maximum CO2 savings.
Following a city council resolution, eta Energieberatung drew up a district concept to increase the renovation rate in Moosburg a.d. Isar. The project, funded by KfW, aims to reduce CO2 emissions in the city area by kicking off a targeted renovation offensive.
With a short evaluation of the heat production costs, the feasibility of a heating project can be analysed in a first step, with a clear effort.
Thanks to the new steam generation plant, steam production gains flexibility through improved partial load behaviour, biogas utilisation increases and at the same time CO2 emissions from steam production are reduced.
In the project different approaches to waste heat utilisation were analysed technically and economically. Waste heat sources and sinks were compared and concepts were developed, for which the funding possibilities according to the “Bundesförderung für Energieberatung im Mittelstand” were researched.