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Energiewende für München - Strom und Wärme

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Energy transition for Munich

M/Strom and M/Wärme

The energy transition will only succeed if power and heat can be generated from renewable sources. Whenever the energy transition is discussed today, the emphasis is nevertheless usually placed on electricity. Heating has been neglected thus far but unjustly so as most energy is consumed in this sector. SWM is adopting an integral approach to the energy transition. It is pursuing ambitious objectives for both power and heating and thus playing a pioneering role.

Green electricity milestone

SWM reached a first major energy transition milestone in electricity in 2015. It is producing more green electricity at its own plants than all households and the underground and tram systems in Munich require. Development is also continuing with the SWM Renewable Energies expansion campaign.

Heating transition as a vision

SWM has set out a district heating vision to achieve the energy transition in the heating market. By 2040, Munich is to become the first German city where district heating solely comes from regenerative energy sources, primarily geothermal energy.

Geothermal energy by SWM

Conventional cogeneration of heat and power as a bridging technology

The heating transition can only be implemented in stages for technical and financial reasons. For the foreseeable future, SWM will therefore still require its conventional plants, such as the north and south cogeneration plants, to continue securing Munich’s supply.

More on cogeneration of heat and power

If you wish to find out more about Energy transition for Munich, please contact us.

Phone: 0800 796 796 0 *
Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
E-Mail: customer-service@swm.de
* toll-free within Germany

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