The municipality of Windsbach (Nuremberg) planned a new residential housing project, developed in rural area and heated by district heating. For the heat supply of a development area with many single-family houses, a sustainable and affordable solution had to be found. With a view to sustainability, the administration of the town decided against making natural gas available in the residential area, and implementing a district heating network fueled by a bio gas co-generation plant instead.
Thanks to the innovations implemented by the H2020 TEMPO Project,a new kind of low-temperature district heating network was developed. Discover which solutions are being implemented through this webinar dedicated to the Windsbach case. The webinar was organised by Euroheat & Power and was held on 28 January 2021 (10:30 – 12:00 CET).
- Introduction of TEMPO | Johan Desmedt – VITO
- Description of Windsbach demo and its solution package | Markus Euring – ENERPIPE
- Integrated Innovations in the Windsbach DH network : decentralized buffers and CHP optimisation | Davy Geysen – VITO
- Innovative double loop network for combined Heating & Cooling in low-density heat areas | Romanas Savickas – UNEP – DTU Partnership
- Q&A and Panel discussion
Moderator: Gabriele Pesce – Euroheat & Power | DHC+