Lenart’s municipal district heating system (DHS) consists of a woody biomass boiler and an oil boiler with a total installed capacity of 7 MW. The hot water network is currently about 5 km long and supplies about 7,400 MWh of thermal energy to 500 users annually, including individual households, multi-dwelling buildings and public buildings. With this system, the municipality now has safe, affordable and environmentally friendly supply of thermal energy.
- Boiler power: 7.0 MW
- Annual energy savings: 2000 MWh*
- Annual CO2 emission savings: 1.2 million tonnes
System operating instructions
Plan of the district heating network
* Calculated in comparison with light fuel oil (LFO).