The creation of a comprehensive data lake for future optimization and defossilization of the entire district heating system.
The transformation of the existing district heating system (DHS), which currently operates 100% on coal and emits approximately 100,000 tons of CO₂ annually, is planned with the aim of becoming sustainable, economically viable, and entirely coal-free. The following steps are planned:
• Lowering the temperature regime.
• Adapting heating substations.
• Restoring the heating pipelines.
• Implementing smart grid technology.
• Introducing new renewable thermal energy sources.
The goal is to optimize the district heating system (DHS) and transform it for the future, making it digitalized and operating at lower temperatures, with the integration of renewable energy sources (RES) for heat and bidirectional heat flow.
Through precise calculations, we predict the savings expected from the implementation of the renovation project for sections of the district heating and hot water network. This initial step will ensure at least 2,000 tons of annual CO₂ savings.