No. 72 (2017)

European best practises for district heating

Published May 16, 2017
Zoltán Eperjesi
Wekerle Sándor Üzleti Főiskola, Budapest


Eperjesi, Z. (2017). European best practises for district heating. Acta Agraria Debreceniensis, (72), 47–49.

In my current article I deal with the broadening extension of district heating that is highly beneficial from environmental and climate protection aspects. I present the energy efficient and environment friendly district heating upon some outstanding European best practises.
District heating is of utmost importance concerning sustainable and secure energy supply because the share of the renewable energy sources continuously and gradually increases against the fossil energy sources (natural gas, crude oil) within the total energy consumption due to the directives for heat production of the European Union. As a consequence of that import energy dependency and coal-dioxide emission decrease in several countries like Hungary as well.


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