Kraftringen are developing the world’s largest low-temperature network in Brunnshög. The district heating network, which has 65°C in the supply pipes as opposed to the traditional 90°C, will be installed at Möllegården during the summer, and will provide warmth for visitors to the MAXESS exhibition at Möllegården. In conjunction with the installation of the network at Möllegården an exhibition lodge will also be placed in the area, where people will be able to learn more about the low-temperature network, Kraftringen and Science Village.
This type of district heating network is ideal for Brunnshög and Science Village. The majority of the buildings in Brunnshög are much more energy-efficient than previous generations. For Science Village the ambition is that buildings in the area will only receive energy from the facilities’ residual heat (in the form of district heating and remote cooling). The electricity required will be manufactured locally using for example solar or wind resources.