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District heating

District heat is generated in a central plant – for example, a waste incineration plant, sewage treatment plant or a combined heat and power plant – and is supplied to customers via a pipeline network to produce heating or hot water. For this purpose, a transfer station is installed in the house.


- No fossil fuels (depending on the heat source!)

- Low investment costs


- Often high operating costs

District heating (Scandens)

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