Avoided thanks to district heating
Equivalent apartments served by district heating
We provide heat to homes thanks to the resources available in the areas served, applying the principles of the circular economy and reducing the use of fossil fuels.
In order to produce hot water, district heating taps into a range of sources, many of which are defined ‘green’: renewable (biomass, solar and geothermal), high-output cogeneration, the recovery of heat otherwise dispersed (by industrial activities, thermo-electric power plants and WtE residual urban waste facilities) or heat pumps.
This technology makes it possible to exploit to as great an extent as possible the heat recovery and renewable sources available, reducing emissions from the production of heat.