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District heating and cooling systems



District heating systems and efficiency of district heating for 2020 year
Capacity and output
Technology of generation unit delivering heat to the network Installed net heat capacity - MW Net heat output delivered to the network - TJ
Total Hot water Steem
CHP units using non-renewable fuels 1 946 19 060 16 540 2 520
CHP units using renewable fuels 127 863 850 13
CHP units using geothermal energy or solar energy  -  -  -  -
CHP units using recovered heat from chemical processes and other processes (e.g. surplus heat from industrial or other processes)  -  -  -  -
Heat only units using non-renewable fuels* 3 381 6 699 6 699  -
Heat only units using renewable fuels* 104 365 365  -
Heat only units using electricity (electric boilers)  -  -  -  -
Heat only units using geothermal energy, ambient heat or solar energy  -  -  -  -
Heat recovery units recovering heat from chemical processes and other processes (e.g. surplus heat from industrial or other processes)  -  -  -  -
Total 5 558 26 987 24 454 2 533

*incl. reduction heat (separated heat before electricity generator)
Efficiency of district heating
  Efficient district heating according to Article 2 (41) EED Inefficient district heating according to Article 2 (41) EED
Total Hot water Steem Total Hot water Steem
Net heat output delivered to district heating customers - TJ, of which: 15 349 13 362 1 987 4 921 4 921  -
Industrial enterprises 2 530 562 1 968 37 37  -
Enterprises in sector transport, agriculture/forestry and fishing 80 80  - 19 19  -
Enterprises in services sector 2 927 2 908 19 1 073 1 073  -
Residential sector 9 812 9 812  - 3 792 3 792  -
Number of district heating networks 38 32 6 9 9  -
Length of district heating networks - km 2 448 2 425 23 676 676  -
Number of district heating customers 468 257 468 226 31 174 908 174 908  -
 
District heating network losses - TJ 6 717  
29.04.2022