How and where can sustainable, future-ready heating networks be designed?

Especially for the supply of densely populated areas, the distribution of climate-neutral heat via heating networks can be more cost-efficient than decentralized heat supply. Furthermore, they make it possible to collect heat sources such as waste heat and transport it from the producer to the consumer. Since the infrastructure has a service life of at least 40 years, networks built today should be designed directly as future-proof systems. The subsequent transformation of already existing networks is highly challenging. It requires a holistic alignment with municipal heat planning and an in-depth analysis of the existing infrastructure.

Specifically, we consider the following questions:

  • What role can heating networks play?
  • How can existing heating networks be efficiently transformed?
  • How can new networks be designed to be directly future-proof?
  • By whom should heat networks and the associated infrastructure be operated so that this happens as efficiently as possible?

Below you will find our news, publications and projects on the subject

More Publications on Topic (4)

  • Event at the Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Regional De-velopment and Energy
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  • Impulse Speech in the Tiefstack Participation Process - Action Plan for Successful District Heating Transformation (study "Green District Heating")
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  • Publication of the Brief Study "Green District Heating - Potentials, Costs and Implementation".
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  • Successful Design of the Heating Transformation- Keynote Speech for the Strategy Workshop of the Administration Board of Stadtwerke Landsberg
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More Projects on Topic (3)

  • Heating Networks - Development of Heating Networks and their Heat Generators in Germany
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  • Climate-neutral Heat Supply in Munich 2035
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  • District Heating Competence Network
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