Duurzaam Energiebedrijf Roosendaal develops heating grid

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Duurzaam Energiebedrijf Roosendaal (DER) is making sustainable energy available to the Roosendaal community thanks to a unique low-temperature heating grid it has developed and built in-house: the Smart Climate Grid.




This Smart Climate Grid generates heat in a sustainable way, using residual heat from the Suez waste incineration plant. Suez' residual heat is transferred to homes and commercial and non-commercial buildings through the heating grid. The use of residual heat allows CO2 emissions to be reduced considerably and participants in the scheme to realise significant energy savings.

In 2016, BNG Bank supplied DER with a loan to enable the expansion of the existing heat grid to supply heating to a former office building that is currently being converted into an apartment complex.

The Smart Climate Grid is DER's and the municipality of Roosendaal's specific contribution towards an energy-neutral region.

Extending the heat grid to the former office building

For a sustainable world

BNG Bank is a committed partner for a more sustainable society. We enable the Dutch public sector to achieve socially relevant objectives. Our clients are (local) authorities and institutions for housing, healthcare, education, energy and infrastructure in the Netherlands.

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