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District Heating in Villages

  • Sebestyén TihamerEmail author
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Abstract

The bioresources for energy production in rural areas are available in many countries, but citizens’ participation is often missing. District heating based on local bioresources is developed in seven villages in Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia, and Romania. Citizens’ participation is fostered, development of district heating based on bioresources is assessed, and the balance of energy demands and supplies in a village is estimated.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Green Energy Innovative Biomass ClusterSfantu GheorgheRomania

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