Energy-efficient systems

Energy-efficient district heating systems are those in which at least 50% of energy from renewable sources, 50% of waste heat or 75% of heat from cogeneration or 50% of a combination of the above energy and heat is used to produce heat or cold. The provisions on the exact specification of an efficient district heating system can be found in the Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU), which was introduced into Polish legislation in the Energy Efficiency Act (Journal of Laws 2016, item 831) in May 2016.

GETEC supports the implementation of these assumptions by offering primarily cogeneration solutions, which are also in the long term the technologically safest source of energy production. The experience of dozens of installations with varying capacities, in different countries of the European Union, provides a huge pool of experience that GETEC experts use in subsequent projects. For GETEC customers this experience base is often the decisive factor in determining cooperation.