DFIC has been advising the city of Eschweiler on the development of a detailed concept for a cogeneration-based local district heating supply.

The core of DFIC’s activities is the development of an investor-operator (ESCO) model as well as the participation of stakeholders, including especially those citizens who need to be gained as customers for the heat supply. Besides the structuring of a co-operative to be established to allow participation in ownership and ensure transparency, the relationship between connection rate and heat price plays an important role. The involvement of the citizens in suitable forms such as energy cooperatives and the associated transparency should lead to high acceptance of local heat among the citizens.

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