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After 8 months of work and its inauguration last September, Saint-Chamond’s new wood-fired heating plant in the heart of the Saint-Julien district has extended the town’s heating network, with the aim of heating the equivalent of almost 4,300 additional homes in a more environmentally-friendly way.

Equipped with a 4.4 MW COMPTE.R biomass boiler fuelled by recycled wood collected within a 45 km radius, over 75% of the heating network will be powered by local renewable energies, avoiding the emission of 9,700 tonnes of CO2 every year. By 2024, almost 90 buildings will be connected, representing more than 6,900 homes.


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