The demonstration project in Ivano-Frankivsk was completed in 2016. The project includes:

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  1. commissioning of one boiler house and connection of the heat load to another boiler house.
  2. Introduction of demand driven heat supply to customers by installing individual heat substations (IHS) with control of heat supply in relation to outdoor temperature in 38 buildings in the interconnected heating area.
  3. Installation of variable speed network distribution pumps.
  4. Conversion from 4-pipe supply system to 2-pipe system and substantially reducing the heat losses.
  5. Installation of a SCADA system for collection and presentation of operation and consumption data for each IHS.

Successful procurement, well below budget, has allowed for extending the project with 21 IHS that have been installed in buildings in another heating area, supplementing planned modernisation efforts to be financed by EBRD.

The demonstration project in Kamyanets-Podilskyi was completed in autumn 2015. The project included:

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  1. Installation of 22 modern prefabricated individual heating substations (IHSs) with brazed heat exchangers, downsized control valves and heat meters in residential and public buildings supplied from a boiler house at Zhukova Street
  2. Retrofit and balancing of building internal heating systems
  3. Installation of frequency controlled network distribution pump for variable flow.

District Heating Utility "Poltavateploenergo" has implemented a project, which was completed in autumn 2015. The project area includes a boiler house supplying heat and hot water to ten, mainly residential buildings but also a children's hospital and a school. The project concept was to:

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  1. Introduce demand driven heat supply to customers, by installing individual heat substations with control of heat supply in relation to outdoor temperature in all buildings connected to the boiler house.
  2. Reduce losses in the heat distribution system by replacing all district heating pipelines in the area.
  3. Replace the old boilers with new efficient condensing boilers with capacity to adapt the heat production to the heat demand.

The demonstration project in Vinnytsia was completed in spring 2015. The project area includes eleven residential building blocks and a hospital. Heat and hot water to the buildings are provided from two boiler houses. The project concept was to:

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    1. Introduce a demand driven heat supply to customers, by installing individual heat substations with control of heat supply in relation to outdoor temperature.
    2. Reduce losses in heat distribution by replacing heat distribution pipelines in the area, in total 1.5 km (double pipe).
    3. Closure of the inefficient smaller boiler house in the area, which was made possible due to the reductions of energy demand.

The demonstration project in Zhytomyr was completed in spring 2015. The project area includes five residential building blocks and a day care centre. The project concept was to

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  1. Introduce a demand driven heat supply to customers, by installing individual heat substations with control of heat supply in relation to outdoor temperature.
  2. Reduce losses in heat distribution by replacing heat distribution pipelines in the area, in total 0.8 km (double pipe)
  3. Improve efficiency of heat production by installation of new condensing boilers and a heat pump for provision of domestic hot water during summer.

The demonstration project in Oleksandria was completed in autumn 2015. The project includes:

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  1. Installation of new gas boilers in a former central heating substation. The new boilers are condensing type with high efficiency (>100 %) and capacity of 7.5 MW, which will supply heat to an area with high-rise apartment buildings, with in total 1,800 apartments, in the centre of the city.
  2. Replacement of district heating pipelines and obsolete and deteriorated pipelines in basements of the buildings.
  3. Installation of a small-scale CHP for production of electric energy for the needs of the boiler house.