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WIELKI KACK

MAŁY KACK

District Heating Enterprise Ltd.

Opata Hackiego 14 Street; 81-213 Gdynia, Poland

Phone: +48 58 627 38 01

Business areas

Municipal Heat Supply Company (OPEC Sp. z o.o.) it is a company with 100 percent of Polish capital, which in a modern, safe, reliable and environmentally friendly manner provides heat to the inhabitants of Gdynia, Rumia and Wejherowo and parts of the Kosakowo municipality, serving over 60 percent of the inhabitants and covering about 70 percent of the heat demand.

RUMIA GDYNIA WEJHEROWO KOSAKOWO GMINA

Wejherowo

Wejherowo w ponad 50% zasilane jest w ciepło, które pochodzi z własnego źródła. Na terenie miasta posiadamy ciepłownię węglową oraz elektrociepłownię gazową.

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Rumia

W Rumi nasi odbiorcy stanowią ponad 30%. Dzięki takiemu rozwiązaniu Rumia otrzymuje od OPEC ciepło nie posiadając na swoim terenie dużych jego źródeł.
Ma to pozytywny wpływ na ochronę środowiska tego miasta.

 

Kosakowo

Mission and vision

Modern civilization constantly poses new and ambitious challenges. Our everyday life is heat - its production, distribution and delivery to customers. And it is for them, who are aware of their needs by our consumers, that we are developing modern technologies, implementing innovative solutions in the field of technical, it and management.

 

Company’s objects

  • production, distribution and supply of heat and electricity produced from cogeneration
  • construction of heating networks
  • boiler rooms
  • heat centre
  • modernization and maintenance of heating networks and facilities

Corporate social responsibility

The company, in addition to its current activities in the production, distribution and supply of heat to buildings, is also taking a number of measures for the benefit of local communities.

Wejherowo

Wejherowo w ponad 50% zasilane jest w ciepło, które pochodzi z własnego źródła. Na terenie miasta posiadamy ciepłownię węglową oraz elektrociepłownię gazową.

REDA

Rumia

W Rumi nasi odbiorcy stanowią ponad 30%. Dzięki takiemu rozwiązaniu Rumia otrzymuje od OPEC ciepło nie posiadając na swoim terenie dużych jego źródeł.
Ma to pozytywny wpływ na ochronę środowiska tego miasta.

 

Kosakowo

Concern for the environment

Working in the vicinity of the Tricity Landscape Park, we are particularly committed to respecting environmental standards. We are constantly engaged in mobilizing external resources (national, EU and others) to modernize and develop heating infrastructure.

LowTEMP – Low Temperature District Heating for the Baltic Sea Region

 

District heating systems are widespread around the Baltic Sea but are often outdated. Future- oriented energy supply includes low temperature district heating systems that lose less heat and use renewable energy and waste as heat sources.

 

LowTEMP is intended for representatives of municipal authorities which are responsible for energy, heating companies, planners, engineers, district heating associations.

Project budget: EUR 3.8 million

Lead partner: Institute of Fluid Flow Machinery, Polish Academy of Sciences

Number of project partners: 19 

 

OPEC’s involvement in LowTEMP project:

  • participating in methodology development by analysis market data
  • preparation and installation of LTDH monitoring system
  • testing LTDH in existing buildings and DH systems (testing and measuring data on the pilot installation checking its performance)
  • participating in data collection according to developed methodology (OPEC will provide data for the Lead Partner – IMP PAN – Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery, Polish Academy of Sciences)
  • participating in the training program on the planning, installation and Managing LTDH Systems.
  • developing, testing and evaluating training materials
  • participating in the study visits as well as seminars directed to increase of knowledge among partnership
  • participating in knowledge transfer among different municipalities and promoting of LTDH solution in Poland (by workshops, seminars, business metings, etc.)

Project grant: 170 000 EUR

The project’s goal is to optimize heat management in the network, develop transnational cooperation methods and processes, exchange experience and knowledge. The specific objectives are: identification of implementation and development of DH management, digitization of DH distribution networks, development of methods for monitoring condition of DH network, training programs in DH management. BSAM will bring both: environmental benefits to the Baltic Sea region and more affordable heat for the customers through a more efficient use of existing resources (fuel and energy savings).

Total budget: 1 302 500 EUR

Lead partner: Linnaeus University, Sweden

Number of project partners: 7

 

OPEC’s involvement in BSAM project:

  • Installation of ultrasonic flow meters on selected sections of the network (Pilot Case). The purpose of the investment is to increase the efficiency of heating network leak detection and optimization of network heat management.
  • Development of a strategic training module for BSAM Data Driven Proactive Maintenance Standard
  • Creation of a risk analysis tool for DH management.
  • Training programs in DH management.

 

Project grant: 197.795 EUR