One of the major cities in Western Hungary is about to switch its district heating system to geothermal energy – in partnership with the EU-Fire Group. As a result of the long-term cooperation, the city’s dependence on gas will be reduced and its future will become more livable.
The geothermal system of the EU-Fire Group provides the heat in most of the city’s district heating apartments. While the district heating company in Mátészalka does not have to burn 1 million cubic meters of gas and energy dependence is easing, the environment can breathe a sigh of relief.
It will soon be revealed how the EU-Fire Group will make use of its well in Kiskunhalas. So far, it has not been able to take action on the well drilled years earlier because it has been hampered by regulation. Now, deep in the well, an alternative is visible that is suitable for both thermal energy and power generation.