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Bioenergy village Jühnde

Municipality with CHP (biogas) and a boiler for wood chips - producing electricity and heat; the heat is supplied to the district grid; self sufficient energy supply of whole village on the base of biomass; decentralised energy supply; Using the potential, creating/keeping employment/added value in the region; common information, communication and decision process; EuroSolar Price in December 2005

4Biomass Project Partner:› Agency for Renewable Ressources
Demoproject type:Initiative
Energy plant type:Thermal energy plant
Plant size:Fermenter 3.000m³, H=8m; storage 34m V=4.800m³, H=6m, dump 280m³, silage store V=7.200m³; boiler with 1.5MW and storage 900srm wood, chimney 18,
Start up dates:planning: 2001; construction: 2004; operation/commissioning: 2011
Feedstocks of current use:energy crops, forestry residues, slurry, wood chips
Biomass consumption:10000 t/a     ( more info )
Source (Origin):feedstock is of regional origin
Used systems:Biogas fermenter, CHP plant, wood chips heating system
Inovative equipment:First bioenergy village in Germany based on biomass
Plant/system running time:8000 h/a>( more info )
Distribution:district heat, public grid
Type of final product:electricity, heat
Output of Product:district heat and electricity for public grid
Electric capacity:700 kW
Thermal capacity:550 kW
Total Output:4000 MWh     ( more info )
Internal Use:3200 MWh     ( more info )
Involved public:75 % of inhabitants in registered cooperative
Involved companies:IZNE Interdisciplinary Centre for Sustainable Development)
Direct employment:1 employed people
Positive experiences:Regionalisation of energy supply; Energy concept for the region; Long-term target; Precise and far-reaching agreements between the actively engaged and the affected actors to gain acceptance for the project; Regional value creation, i.e. many location decisions; Regional and local economic policy; Participation, networking, communication
Negative experiences:efficiency problems due to heat losses


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This project is implemented through
the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF