Renewable Heat in the Bavarian Village of Gaimersheim
A new district heating system will be operational this winter in Gaimersheim. The new heating network, which is to be operated exclusively with wood chips, will supply several public buildings such as the church and the parish hall with renewable heat in the future. A heat quantity of 350.000 kWh will be generated annually – this corresponds to a saving of around 35.000 liters of heating oil and a CO₂ reduction of just under 102.200 kilograms. The wood chips come from residual wood from the forest in the region.
A truly renewable and innovative project that comes at the right time and gives consumers peace of mind when considering their heating bills this winter!