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Heating market and district solutions Digital Twin and heat application tool

Georeferenced mapping of buildings and infrastructure in the Digital Twin and simulation of the development via the ce|co heat application tool as a basis for integrated infrastructure planning

To achieve the federal goals of climate neutrality by 2045, (new) low-CO2 technologies and energy sources must be used. This will have an impact on the demand for infrastructure (electricity, gas, hydrogen, district heating). This decarbonization of heat (grids) and the corresponding adaptation (expansion/deconstruction) of the infrastructure is to be "municipally controlled" according to the will of the federal government. It is expected that the federal government will encourage, request or require the states to regulate an obligation to establish a municipal heat planning in a state law. The legal obligation in Baden-Württemberg could be a model for this.

From the perspective of the municipality, it is important to identify and develop the relevant local RE potentials. At the same time, the social compatibility and feasibility of the transformation must be taken into account. Municipal heat planning should provide planning security for building owners and infrastructure operators.


From the perspective of the infrastructure operator, it makes sense to actively shape the transformation path of decarbonization in order to set a strategic course.

With our Digital Twin, we offer municipalities and infrastructure operators an image of the status quo of the local heating market. The heat application tool simulates the future energy and infrastructure. Together, our tools form an optimal basis for the creation of a municipal heat planning or for (co-)shaping the transformation path of decarbonization. A sound knowledge of the local heat market, its interaction with the infrastructure as well as the available renewable heat sources are basic prerequisites for a planned approach.​



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