The Pastettener Council thinks about power generation for heat recovery. The idea of Alois Huber to examine experts.
Pastetten –The municipality of Pastetten had planned to support the existing woodchip heating through a peak load boiler. The local Council should decide on the award of the contract for the project.
"The plant now has two boilers in the cellar from the yard, which have an average of over 30 000 hours of operation. We then hang the old gym with it, we've also had repairs, and maintenance, the boiler must be off to work individually. In order to ensure that, especially in the Winter, heat is generated, we would like a gas fired boiler with connect,“ said mayor Peter Deischl (FWE). Was thinking of the 42 000 Euro expensive auxiliary heater with 150-kW power only for peak periods or for the failure of a scavenger furnace, not for continuous operation.
Alois Huber (WRH) had dealt with the idea already: "here We have a super great story, the would be the envy of some of the community, namely that the heating of municipal buildings is put together at one point." Huber spoke out against a peak load boiler, and proposed to install an electricity generation, which not only covers its own needs, but also for the generation of heat can be used. According to his estimate even 10 000 euros would flow thus, the bottom line is that in the municipal coffers.
Alice Lorenz (Green) was excited with the idea. "You can make perhaps up to the next meeting a comparison? To fossil fuels that would be a good Alternative.“ Andrew Winner (FWE) suggested, to get the planning office, Stadler into the boat, which has also designed the wood chip heating. For Deischl was interesting, until when such a facility can be operational. Huber estimated that this could take quite a few months.
for a further discussion Deischl suggested that the agenda item to withdraw and to call the office the Stadler. At the request of Alois Zollner (CSU) was pulled back to the point, by a resolution unanimously.Date Of Update: 20 June 2020, 12:33