How do you ensure security of supply within the district heating sector when parts of the supply are based on fluctuating energy sources such as solar heat? Liquid, degassed biomass is part of the answer.
Did you know that heat from degassed biomass such as animal manure, untreated wastewater or organic waste from the food industry our private households can be utilized for the production of district heating by means of heat pumps? Degassed liquid biomass from the biogas production is cooled in a special exchanger with biomass / water. The heat from the liquid biomass is then transferred into electric heat pumps. With the help of an increasingly green electricity supply, the electrical heat pumps help push the fossil fuels out of district heating.