|Feasibility Study of a “District Heating 4.0 System” in Hechingen

Feasibility Study of a “District Heating 4.0 System” in Hechingen

2019-10-17T15:04:07+01:00

Feasibility Study of a “District Heating 4.0 System” in the Housing Development Area “Killberg IV” in Hechingen

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Subject

  • Solar thermal energy
  • Geothermal energy
  • District heating
  • Energy concept

Task

  • Study
  • Consulting

Funding

  • Public funds

Period

since 02/2019

Budget

n/a

Description

At the request of inhabitants, the Stadtwerke Hechingen and the city of Hechingen a housing development area should be supplied by a high proportion of renewable energies. In case of this study local energy sources are identified and possible concepts for the heat supply are developed and evaluated by dynamic system simulations.

Auftraggeber

Stadtwerke Hechingen

Partner

  • Steinbeis Research Institute Solites (DE)
  • Stadtwerke Hechingen (DE)
  • City of Hechingen (DE)
  • TEWAG – Engineering Office for Geothermal Energy (DE)
  • Architecture Office Hähnig and Gemmeke (DE)

Aim

  • Determination of the cooling and heating demand of the development area „Killberg IV“ in Hechingen
  • Development of the heat supply concepts with high levels of renewable energies
  • Economic and ecological assessment of the concepts

Implementation

Solites supports the Stadtwerke Hechingen to implement the project “District Heating 4.0 System” funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi). The study and consultation includes following aspects:

  • Determination of the cooling and heating demand of the development area „Killberg IV“ in Hechingen
  • Identification of local energy sources
  • Development of divers heat supply concepts
  • Simulation study for the technical evaluation of the concepts
  • Economic and ecological assessment of the concepts

Results

Feasibility study for the “District Heating 4.0 System” in Hechingen

Downloads and links
www.stadtwerke-hechingen.de/

Contact
Dirk Mangold
mangold@solites.de
Michael Klöck
kloeck@solites.de

This project has received funding from

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