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Increased consumption of district heating
statistikk
2006-10-19T10:00:00.000Z
Energy and manufacturing
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District heating and district cooling2005

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Increased consumption of district heating

Last year the consumption of district heating was 2 350 GWh, 5.4 per cent higher than in 2004. The service industry consumed 70.4 per cent of the total, while households and manufacturing consumed 16.8 and 12.7 per cent respectively.

Consumption of district heating by consumer group. 1991-2005. GWh

Net production of district heating by type of heat central. Per cent. 2005

Net production of district heating by type
of heat central in 2004 and 2005. GWh
  2004 2005 Change in per cent
Total net production    2 440    2 562 5.0
Refuse incineration plant 1 053 1 043 -1.0
Oil boilers  202  120 -40.5
Wood waste  312  386 23.9
Electric boilers  547  633 15.6
Heat pumps  139  154 10.4
Gas 99  107 7.4
Waste heat 86  119 38.5

The net production of district heating in 2005 came to 2 562 GWh. Waste contributed to 40.7 per cent of the production, electric boilers 24.7 per cent, oil boilers 4.7 per cent, wood waste 15.1 per cent, heat pumps 6.0 per cent, waste heat 4.7 per cent and gas 4.2 per cent.

Higher investments

Total investments in district heating in 2005 came to NOK 750 million. The price of district heating increased from 42.3 øre/kWh in 2004 to 45.9 øre/kWh in 2005, excluding value added tax. Increased consumption and prices resulted in a 14.4 per cent increase in income from sales to NOK 1.1 billion.

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