In Holíč, there is a central heat supply system built. It consists of the following heat sources (gas boiler rooms) and transfer stations (TS) supplying residential and non-residential premises (NRP).
Heat source name: K- Márie Terézie 3144
Adresa TZ: Márie Terézie 3144
Heat source name: K- Márie Terézie 3145
Heat source address: Márie Terézie 3145
Heat source name: K-Fučíkova 1189
Heat source address: Fučíkova 1189
Heat source name: K- Nálepkova 1213
Heat source address: Nálepkova 1213
Heat source name: K- Nálepkova 1204
Heat source address: Nálepkova 1204
Heat source name: K- Kátovská 1210
Heat source address: Kátovská 1210
Heat source name: K- Lesná 2860
Heat source address: Lesná 2860
Heat source address: SNP 1674
Heat source address: SNP 1682
Heat source address: Kollárova 1687
Heat source address: Pri Kaštieli
Title: OST- Pri Kaštieli
Heat source address: J. Čabelku 1469
Title: OST- M. Nešpora
Heat source address: M. Nešpora 1444
Title: OST- Lúčky
Heat source address: D. Rapanta 1540
Title: OST- Nám. Sv. Martina
Heat source address: Nám. Sv. Martina 1716/9
Title: OST- PROFIS
Heat source address: Nám. Mieru
Title: OST- 1+2 CHEM-CRETE
Heat source address: Staničná 13
Title: OST- Tabačiareň
Heat source address: Zámocká
In Bratislava – Rača, there is a central heat supply system built. It consists of the following heat source (gas boiler room) supplying residential and non-residential premises (NRP).
Heat source name: K-Pri Šajbách
Heat source address: Pri Šajbách 7735
In the municipality of Záhorská Ves, there is a central heat supply system built. It is formed by the following heat source (gas boiler room) supplying residential buildings.
Heat source name: K-Záhorská Ves
Heat source address: Hlavná
In Veľký Krtíš, there is a central heat supply system built. It consists of the following heat source (gas boiler room) supplying residential and non-residential premises (NRP).
Heat source name: K-Veľký Krtíš
Heat source address: Nemocničná 757
Under the current legislation, the SHW temperature is set at the outlet of the final consumer in a temperature range of a minimum 45°C and maximum 55°C. At the same time, the supplier is obliged to supply SHW from 5:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m., or within an agreed time in accordance with the heat supply and consumption contract. Furthermore, the procedure of budgeting the quantity of the heat supplied for the preparation of SHW and for heating is determined. The heating period begins on 1 September of a relevant calendar year and ends on 31 May of the following calendar year. Heat for heating begins to be delivered if the outdoor average daily air temperature during the heating season drops below 13°C for two consecutive days, and, according to the weather forecast, an increase in the outdoor temperature over the next day above this value cannot be expected. Similarly, this also applies to the interruption of the heat supply. Heat for heating must be supplied in order to achieve the interior temperatures of the heated premises.
Residential premises, i.e. living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, workrooms, children's rooms
heated side-rooms (hallways, corridors, etc.)
The Resulting Temperature ti °C
Prvá teplárenská, a. s. produces heat based on customer orders and decisions of the Regulatory Office for Network Industries (RONI).
The operation of heat sources and heat transfer stations is monitored by the control center, which, if necessary, takes measures to ensure correct technological parameters.
Based on an order from customers, we process the heat price calculations for the upcoming period. Pursuant to regulations the RONI shall subsequently determine, in accordance with the applicable regulations, for the regulated entity the amount of the variable and fixed heat price component for a given period.
The hot-water pipeline has a thermal drop of 150/70°C, the central heating (CH) distribution pipes 90/70°C, the SHW distribution pipes 55/45°C.