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Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Internationale Bauausstellung HamburgRenewable District Heating atInternational Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgJan Gerbitz,Projectcoordinator „Cities in Climate Change“INTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgHamburg District Heating 1893--‐1895: First instance of CHP (Combined Heat Power)in German Empire First customer: Hamburg Town Hall The City of Hamburg and HEW / Vattenfall (the city‘s own and thenprivatised energy company) together promoted and developed districtheating in Hamburg for more than 100 years: 1. Fire Protection2. Air Quality3. Supply Security4. Resource Protection5. Climate Protection ?INTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgHamburg District Heatingsource: BSU Hamburg / HCU HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgHamburg District Heating Market Share of District Heat:Around 19 % of heat consumption District Heat supplies around500.000 customer units(private households, commerce, industry) Users are (% of heat sold): 44% private households 44% commercial establishments 12 % industrysource: BSU Hamburg / HCU HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgHamburg District Heatingsource: BSU Hamburg / HCU HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgVattenfall Europe Wärme AG Supplies around 430.000 units heat production(i.e., fed into the grid)around 4.350 GWh/a own heat generation facilities: 2 heat‐power stations 1 gas & steam turbine (GuD) 3 heat stations 2 district CHP plants 1 electric furnace Heat Acquistion from others: Waste Incineration MVB / AVG High Temperatures: Tv 136 Csource: BSU Hamburg / HCU HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgE.ON Hanse Wärme GmbH Hamburg Supplies around 60.000 units heat production (i.e., fed into the grid) around 650 GWh/a own heat generation facilities: 15 district heat and CHP plants Heat Acquistion from others: 3 Waste Incineration MVB / AVG- Stapelfeld,- Stellingen,- Rugenberger Damm Special Project Solar Thermal Feed-In and Storagesource: BSU Hamburg / HCU HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgE.ON Hanse Wärme GmbH Hamburg Special Project Solar Thermal Feed-In and Storage E.ON Hanse opens its grid for feed-in of solarthermal energy Investor / customer supplies solar heat into the gridin the summer and takes out heat of the grid whenneeded E.ON offers storage and supply management for afee. It connects several insular grids and modernizesthe solar heat storage tank in Karlshöhe (4.500 m³hot water tank) Opens use for third party This planned system can serve an area of20.000‐30.000 m² solar thermal collectorssource: BSU Hamburg / HCU HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgRWE Dienstleistungen GmbH Hamburg Supplies around 13.000 units heat production (i.e., fed into the grid) around 220 GWh/a own heat generation facilities: 8 district heat plants - around 145 GWh/a 8 MW Wood Chips Heat Plant –around 67 GWh/a Heat Acquistion from others: 27 GWh/a by E.ON Hanse/Vattenfallsource: BSU Hamburg / HCU HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgUrbana Energietechnik AG Hamburg Supplies around 7.000 units heat production (i.e., fed into the grid) around 100 GWh/a own heat generation facilities: 1 heat station (70 MW)for big housing stock Mümmelmannsberg –replacement planned 1 heat station Osdorf (5 MW) –replacement by Biomass CHP planned Heat Acquistion from others: by Vattenfallsource: BSU Hamburg / HCU HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgHamburg District Heatingsource: BSU Hamburg / HCU HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgHamburg District Heatingg CO2/kWhOil BoilerGas BoilerDistrict Heating nowRWEE.ON HanseUrbanaVattenfallDalkiaHamburg Energiesource: BSU Hamburg / HCU HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgHamburg District HeatingConcession and Special Use Contracts with EnergySuppliers The City of Hamburg grants, via concession contracts, Right Of Waythrough public areas for district heat providers The contract of the City of Hamburg with Vattenfall Europe Heat wasmade 1994 (then with HEW, Hamburg Electricity Works) and ends onDecember 31, 2014. The contract of the City of Hamburg with E.ON Hanse Wärme was made2007 and ends in the year 2027. The Hamburg Senat aspires holding a share of at least 25,1% in theheating grid. A referendum is being prepared in Hamburg, aspiring the completetake-over of the grid into public hands (Re-Municipalisation).INTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) HamburgHamburg District Heatingsource: BSU Hamburg / HCU HamburgINTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

Renewable District Heating at International Building Exhibition (IBA) Hamburg„Regenerative“ heating networksuntil 2013:Energy bunker (3)Integrated Energy Network WilhelmsburgCentral (4)until 2015:Deep geothermal energy Wilhelmsburg (5)20132015INTERNATIONALE BAUAUSSTELLUNG IBA HAMBURG GMBH

The contract of the City of Hamburg with Vattenfall Europe Heat was made 1994 (then with HEW, Hamburg Electricity Works) and ends on December 31, 2014. The contract of the City of Hamburg with E.ON Hanse Wärme was made 2007 and ends in the year 2027. The Hamburg Senat aspires holding a share of at least 25,1% in the heating grid.