Næstved Fjernvarme is a consumer-owned district heating company.
Næstved Fjernvarme aims to establish district heating plants and, through these, operate a district heating supply in Næstved Municipality for the buildings of the members’ supply of the co-operative society with heat and hot utility water.
The company has six natural gas-fired district heating units today, three booster stations, and two exchange stations. The exchange stations distribute heat from a waste-and-combined-heat-and-power plant with a total capacity of 50 MW.
Næstved Fjernvarme supplies approximately 50% of Næstved city with district heating and expects to supply 90% of the town before the end of 2035. The company has 15 employees.
LINE OF BUSINESS
- Combined heat and power production (CHP)
- District heating
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