The project consists in developing, building and operating a district heating network using biomass to provide hot water and heating in the city of Aranda de Duero, with peak demand of 45 GWh a year from homes and private buildings and public non-residential spaces. In addition to using forestry biomass as fuel, this project takes advantage of residual heat from a nearby cogeneration plant that wasn’t being used before.
This investment helps replace fossil fuels with renewable energy sources to provide thermal power using local resources while fostering the circular economy. Thanks to this project, roughly 19,800 fewer tonnes CO2 eq are put into the atmosphere each year.
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