The market community of Dollnstein, district of Eichstätt, wanted to reorganise and structure the energy supply of the town centre "Innerer Markt". This gave rise to the idea of implementing the supply via a local heating network. The special feature here is a district heating network 4.0, i.e. a cold network.
In an industrial estate in Bodenmais, in the Bavarian Forest, a local heating contractor operates a local heating network. He uses it to supply heat to the surrounding businesses within an industrial estate, which come from a wide variety of sectors. This results in very different consumption characteristics, which the system technology has to balance out accordingly.
In the course of urban development, the city of Haßfurt planned the development area Am Osterfeld II with local heating supply from the very beginning. Stadtwerke Haßfurt is thus pursuing the consistent course of supplying the city with locally generated energy from renewable sources. Due to the high insulation standard of the buildings in the new development area and the associated low power density in the local heating network, it was decided to design the network as a gliding, cold network.
In the village of Oberviechtach in the Bavarian Forest, a local heating network was implemented in 2017. This network supplies several apartment buildings, single-family houses, semi-detached houses in a new development area and, in addition, several existing buildings in the vicinity, as well as a building yard and the volunteer fire brigade. The network was planned and constructed as a cold network.
In cooperation with an industrial company, the city of Meitingen commissions a cold local heating network to supply a new development area directly adjacent to the plant site. The newly planned district will be supplied with heat via a pipeline network.