A few of our district heating centrals:
Klemetsrud CHP plant, Oslo
Oslo municipal Waste-to-Energy Agency (EGE) combined heat and power plant with the capacity of 99 MW thermal heat. Hafslund’s district heating central utilize the thermal heat generated by EGE’s waste incinerators and peak-demand electric and oil-fired boilers.
Haraldrud district heating plant, Oslo
produces district heating using the heat generated by the municipal Waste-to-Energy Agency’s waste incinerators (32 MW), recycled biomass incinerators (30 MW) and peak-demand electric, LNG and Norways largest wood pellets boiler (56 MW).
Skøyen district heating plant, Oslo
is linked to one of Oslo’s main sewers. Two heat pumps with a combined capacity of 27 MW extract heat from the liquid sewage flowing through the sewer mains.
Hoff district heating plant, Oslo
is a solely peak-demand unit that uses oil-fired boilers to raise the temperature of water from the heat pumps when necessary. The unit is little used, since heating requirements are met from other sites, primarily those using renewable energy.
Vika district heating plant, Oslo
is a solely peak-demand unit fuelled by electricity and oil. The unit is little used, since heating requirements are met from other sites, primarily those using renewable energy.
Gardermoen district heating plant, Gardermoen
consists of two bioenergy facilities (7 and 6 MW respectively) fuelled by wood chips, with peak-demand boilers fuelled by electricity and oil. Total installed capacity of around 40 MW.