DWA brings parties together and acts as a director in the complex palette of political, technical, financial, organisational and legal elements. We combine process and content with the aim of achieving an integrated sustainable energy supply. In addition to process and content, DWA is also the partner for support during the implementation process and the management of the facility. In this way, we can manage the tender process, draw up supply contracts and monitor and if necessary optimise the energy supply.
The era of natural gas is coming to an end. How do we transition to sustainable alternatives? This transition requires cooperation between a large number of parties. Parties that would not normally come together and often have different interests. Take governments, network operators, energy providers, project developers and end users, for example. In this transition process, besides contributing knowledge and expertise, as an independent process facilitator DWA also brings parties together. We make expectations and goals a reality, work on commitment and draw up a plan and a financing structure. Ultimately, we ensure that the transition is achieved together. We do this at regional, local and building level. And we have being doing so for the past thirty years.
Many municipalities have heat networks high up on their agenda. It is one of the options to achieve gasless areas. Obviously, it is important that good residual heat sources are used.