Energy

Other facilities

Százhalombatta Boiler Station

Százhalombatta boiler station was purchased by Veolia Energy Hungary in 2015. The facility with a nominal capacity of 25.2 MW, provides heat for a total of 4,200 homes in the city on the bank of the Danube. Currently supplying the locals with heat energy takes the capacity of 21 MW out of the total 25.2 MW. The remaining capacity provides the opportunity to supply additional consumers, primarily industrial ones.
 

Algyő boiler station

Algyő boiler station has been operated by Veolia Energy Hungary for nearly 20 years. The station supplies 120 homes in the town at the riverbank of the Tisza. The amount of heat sold is nearly 5,000 GJ.
 

Budapest Szilas park boiler station

The heat supply system operating in Szilas housing estate in Budapest has been operated by Veolia Energy Hungary since 2009. The station supplies 456 apartments with heat. The amount of heat sold is 13,695 GJ. 
 

Cegléd Boiler Station

The boiler station has been operated by Veolia Energy Hungary since 2000. The facility provides 1881 apartments and 5 institutional users. The amount of heat sold is about 70,000 GJ. Heat is generated by the combined heat and power production (gas engine), besides the boilers.
 

Celldömölk Boiler Station

The boiler station operated by Veolia Energy Hungary provides 463 apartments and 53 public payers. The amount of heat sold is 19,526 GJ.
 

Dombóvár Boiler Station

Dombóvár Boiler Station has been operated by Veolia Energy Hungary for nearly 20 years. The boiler station supplies 2,049 apartments and 13 public users. The amount of heat sold is nearly 72,000 GJ.
 

Érd Boiler Station

The boiler station of Érd has been operated by Veolia Energy Hungary since 2001. The facility provides 1,044 flats and 5 public institutions. The heat sold is 44,672 GJ. Heat is generated by the combined heat and power production (gas engine), besides the boilers.
 

Nyergesújfalu Boiler Station

The boiler station in Nyergesújfalu is operated by Veolia Energy Hungary since 2010. The station in the city of Northern Hungary supplies 996 flats and 10 non-residential users. The amount of heat sold is up to 33,000 GJ.
 

Zirc Boiler Station

Zirc Boiler Station has been operated by Veolia Energy Hungary since 2000. The station provides 193 apartments and 17 public users. The amount of heat sold is 7,550 GJ.
 

Tata Boiler Station

Veolia Energy Hungary has been operating the Tata Boiler Station since 2012. The facility serves 1,802 flats and 106 non-residential users. The amount of heat sold is 64,961 GJ. In terms of sustainable energy management, heat and domestic hot water are provided using biomass - primarily agricultural by-products - in Tata.
In the framework of the project named "District heating system upgrade in Tata", launched in 2014, the heating and hot water supply for hundreds of thousands of apartments has become more economical and environmentally friendly. The investment came from EU funds of approximately HUF 60 million in the frame of the Environment and Energy Operational Program. By replacing obsolete pipes and heat centres with modern devices and by expanding biomass boiler capacities, the heat and hot water supply for the affected buildings has become not only more reliable, but also more cost-effective and environmentally sustainable.