BIOMASS TO GENERATE HEAT FOR THE CITY OR IN THE INDUSTRY
District heating, also referred to as district energy networks or heating & cooling networks, is fundamentally the distribution of heat and/or electricity through a network of insulated pipes from the point of generation to the end user. District heating companies integrate diverse energy sources (processing of biomass waste / RDF/ wood production waste/ …) to generate heat, the primary driver, and electricity & CHP as an option. The end customer for district heating companies ranges from city centers, towns and villages to other built environments such as industrial zones. VYNCKE offers both CHP plants and boilers that generate hot water and superheated water to serve this purpose.