District heating: easy to handle and lower costs

CPL CONCORDIA offers a fully, integrated set of district heating services, including  system design, construction and testing, technical management and maintenance, administration, and billing. A district heating plant features one or more remote energy sources and is located in a power generation plant.  The hot water produced there is then carried along the city's underground pipes to the connected buildings. Once the water reaches its destination, it is used (employing heat exchangers instead of traditional boilers) for household water and room heating. All the devices are monitored and controlled by a computerised management system.

Choosing a district heating service brings great benefits, both financially and environmentally, to the entire community. Its strengths include:

  • Fewer operating costs
  • Fewer areas of risk
  • Versatile yet specific fuel use
  • Continuous monitoring of plant performance and atmospheric emissions.

The district heating system is extremely simply to handle as there are no longer boilers in use, just heat exchangers. This means risks are averted and there is no need for checks. With a district heating service, therefore, all the problems linked to management (technical and administration) will be handled by CPL CONCORDIA. The operating costs are strictly linked to consumption with users merely paying for what they consume, as read on the tax-approved energy meter included in the system.

District heating in images
Networks district heating for school campus in Pesaro
Networks district heating at Malpensa
District heating networks of Brescia and Bergamo