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Another milestone of EPC in the Czech Republic: the first project for an organizational unit of the State is the District Court building in Pilsen9. 7. 2021The Plzeň-město District Cour is joining a number of public administration institutions that reduce their energy costs using the progressive EPC (Energy Performance Contracting) method. In the Czech Republic, this is the very first EPC project for an organizational unit of the State (OUS). The supplier of the EPC project – MVV Energie CZ a.s. – will contractually guarantee energy cost savings for 10 years. MVV Energie CZ a.s.
In Litoměřice, another step away from coal25. 6. 2021Replacing coal in the fuel mix is a medium-term goal of ENERGIE Holding, which supplies heat and hot water to thousands of households in Litoměřice, as well as a municipal hospital and a number of other institutions. From the end of June, the fulfillment of this vision will be closer. As part of the modernization of heat sources, the new gas boiler room with an exchanger station in Havlíčková Street has been equipped with a top-notch, gas hot water boiler Bosch UNIMAT UT-M 34 × 16, supplied by the manufacturer Bosch Termotechnika s.r.o. in cooperation with the assembly partner OL Energy s.r.o. This boiler has a minimum efficiency of 95.5%, with low noise, a unique minimization of flue gas emissions, and connection to the central heat supply system. MVV Energie CZ a.s.
Approaching decarbonization in Uherské Hradiště 25. 5. 2021Experts from Brno University of Technology, Institute of Process Engineering, have completed a study of the modernization of the Mařatice heating plant in Uherské Hradiště. Yesterday, they presented the results of this study to representatives of Uherské Hradiště, journalists and the public. The Mařatice heating plant is operated by CTZ s.r.o., owned by MVV Energie CZ a.s. (50.96%) and the City of Uherské Hradiště (49.04%). MVV Energie CZ a.s.
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