You are planning a local or district heating network or want to optimize or increase an existing network? If so, you should make use of our experience in the design and planning of heating networks.
Why is the well-founded planning of heating networks so important?
The overall costs of a local or district heating network are dominated by the write-off of the investment costs. Well-founded planning is therefore all the more important to match the planned network precisely to existing and possible future heating needs
Our services in the field of local and district heating networks:
„Wrong decisions during the planning stage have implications over the heating grid’s entire service life of more than 30 years.“
eta expert for district heating
In these projects, local and district heating networks were planned and optimized by our experts.
Bamberg district concept
Cities and municipalities are often faced with the task of converting former industrial areas, barracks, etc. into residential areas. So-called district concepts are usually the basis for decision-making. A multitude of questions have to be considered. An important point is the energy supply of such new residential areas. By working out different supply variants, these can be compared with each other.read more
Biomass CHP Wunsiedel
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.read more
Biomass heating plant Engelsberg
In order to improve the profitability and efficiency of the heating network, Fernwärme Engelsberg GmbH commissioned systematic operational optimisation by eta Energieberatung at a very early stage of the project.read more
Biomass heating plant in energy container
The optimization of the heat supply of the district building yard Neuses, by a biomass heating station, leads to a substantial saving of the emissions of CO2.read more
Biomass heating plant Lauterbach Castle
In Lauterbach Castle, which has been owned by the von Hundt family since the 15th century, the ageing oil heating system was replaced by a woodchip heating system. A neighbouring residential building is also supplied with heat via this. eta Energieberatung was commissioned to plan the woodchip heating system with a connected local heating network.read more