Red de Calor de Soria (RCS) is a district heating system using biomass to provide hot water and heating in the city of Soria, with peak demand of 80 GWh a year and consuming 30,000 tonnes of biomass a year from forest residues in the region.
The project helps replace fossil fuels with renewable energy sources to provide heating and hot water, reducing annual emissions by 24.100 tonnes CO2
eq. In 2019, the project won the ASCRI award for venture capital investment in Spain in the ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) initiatives category.
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