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Heating from Thisted District Heating and CHP Plant is based on sustainable energy sources such as straw, waste, geothermal heating and solar power. A deep geothermal borehole draws 43 degrees hot water from within the Earth’s crust and a CSP solar power facility consisting of 144 m parabolically shaped troughs covered with mirrors draws power from the sun.
Vestervig District Heating Plant was established in 1964 and today 536 consumers in Vestervig, Krik and Agger are supplied with district heating.
The district heating plant in Østerild was built in 1991. It is a fully automated and 100 percent CO2 neutral wood chip fired facility.
Vesløs District Heating Plant is a 100 percent CO2 neutral facility fired by wood pellets. It was founded in 1994 and supplies 130 local consumers.
The district heating plant in Frøstrup is a modern wood chip fired facility supplying 257 consumers in the village of Frøstrup with heating.