Warsaw’s district heating networks of close to 1800 km covers 80% of the city heating needs. The network is operated by French-owned Veolia while state-owned PGNiG Termika runs two large central heat & power plants currently producing heat from coal but planed to transition to gas fuel in 2021 and in following years. City of Warsaw has a long-term goals of reaching the climate neutrality in 2050 which will require redesigning approach to a district heating sector. Currently the City undertakes works to create so called Warsaw Energy Model 2050 where required changes will reflected.
Karolina Janiak | Trade Commissioner