Good Practise

Examples of good practise

Doberlug, Germany

City of Doberlug-Kirchhain hosts the regional forestry administration. It was the aim to replace the oil fired boiler by a wood heated boiler as the forest administration is leading in Brandenburg with the production of wood chips.

Ustka, Poland

The major objectives of this policy are the following: a) Minimization of space and natural resources use. b) Economical, rational and effective management of energy.

Kasiadorys, Lithuania

Main priorities are two fold: a) Withstand natural gas price rise by replacing it with biofuel. b) Reduce energy consumption for heating buildings by modernisation of the buildings.

Chepelare, Bulgaria

The main focus of the pilot actions in the Municipality of Chepelare is to convert the fuel for heating public buildings to biomass and by using solar energy for heating and hot water.

Karlovo, Bulgaria

The key aims of the pilot actions to accomplish energy renovation of all public buildings, and to undertake campaigns for raising awareness of sustainable energy.

Milevsko, Czech Republic

Main priority in the field of energy consumption is keeping and gradual expanding of the district heating system. In localities, where the connection to district heating system is not reasonable, it is necessary gradual replacement of coal with less polluting fuels.

Kolding, Denmark

The municipality of Kolding has since 1991 worked towards controlling and reducing the energy usage in buildings owned or rented by the city.

Middelfart, Denmark

With local concept modification the municipality is reducing energy consumption in all its buildings with 21 %.

Iecava, Latvia

Iecava heating system development plan, targeted to reduce heating costs and fuel consumption, was implemented within 4 stages. The most efficient activities, like switching from 4 to 2 pipes networks and installation of individual heat substations were done during first stage.

Frederikshavn, Denmark

Frederikshavn will become a Model Energy City by demonstrating that it is possible to convert private and public energy consumption to renewable energy in a comprehensive manner. The energy consumption covers electricity, heat and transportation.

Akademija, Lithuania

The main goal of modernizing the heating systems was to reduce the negative environmental impact and to ensure the reliable provision of the heat energy to the households.

Rokiskis, Lithuania

The main goal of modernizing the heating systems was to reduce the negative environmental impact and to ensure the reliable provision of the heat energy to the households. The gradual replacement of the fuel oil with less polluting fuels such as biomass as well as the building of the biomass boiler and condensing economiser provided with the more eficient use of energy and created the positive environmental impact.

Utena, Lithuania

The main goal of modernizing the heating systems was to increase the effectiveness of the energy use. Therefore, the more economy fuel such as wood was used. That provided with smaller Company loss and created the positive environmental impact.



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