District heating has a very high operational reliability and the wear on the pipes underground is small. In the event of an interruption, reserve systems can be connected. Often the temperature in the property will not even drop before the district heating is back. For those who are property owners, district heating is a flexible and reliable system with low environmental impact.
District heating prices and contracts
Prices and contracts 2023
|Winter||562 kr/MWh||January, February, March, December|
|Spring/Autumn||388 kr/MWh||April, October, November|
|Summer||109 kr/MWh||May, June, July, August, September|
|Average effect price base (P3 diurnal)||Price fixed part (C1)||Price variable part (C2)|
|0-50 kW||3 800 kr/år||923 kr/kW|
|51-100 kW||10 025 kr/år||844 kr/kW|
|101-250 kW||13 975 kr/år||812 kr/kW|
|251-500 kW||23 475 kr/år||775 kr/kW|
|501-1 000 kW||100 750 kr/år||622 kr/kW|
|1 001-2 500 kW||139 250 kr/år||591 kr/kW|
|2 500 kW||237 375 kr/år||549 kr/kW|
Discount or fee is calculated for each degree that differs up or down on the return temperature in relation to the average return temperature in the system.
|Return temperature (efficiency) october-april||7 kr/MWh, °C|
|Return temperature (efficiency) may-september||0 kr/MWh, °C|
Ground heating and building heating
|Ground heating||835 kr/MWh|
|Construction heating||769 kr/MWh|
|Good environmental choice||25 kr/MWh|
|Climate-compensated district heating||4 kr/MWh|
The different parts of the district heating fee
The energy consumption shows how much heat the business uses and it determines how much heat is needed to be produced. The energy price is divided into three seasons because the costs of producing district heating are different over the year. During the summer there is a lot of waste heat available and the price is then lower. During the winter, the total heat demand is greater while there is a shortage of waste heat. The price is then higher than the other seasons. The energy part makes up about 65% of your total district heating cost.
The effect part shows how the heating is used, i.e. how even the effect output is. The output will determine which production readiness is needed. The effect fee consists of a fixed and a variable part. The variable part is based on the average of the three highest daily average values from the most recent rolling 12-month period. The effect part constitutes about 35% of your total district heating cost. An even use of heating will cost less, while an uneven use will cost more.
Efficiency (return temperature)
The efficiency shows how well the plant assimilates the heat that goes into the property and affects how much water is needed to circulate in the system, but also which heat sources we have the opportunity to use. A measure of efficiency is to check the return temperature from the district heating system. The lower the return temperature, the higher the efficiency. The system’s return temperature is during october-april compared each month with the system’s average return temperature, and gives a discount or a fee of 7 kr/MWh, °C. If you get a discount, it means that your return temperature is below the district heating system’s average return temperature. The return temperature component affects the total price by about +/- 5%.
How is our district heating produced?
Partille Energi buys all district heating from Göteborg Energi. Approx 70 % of the district heating produced by Göteborg Energi comes from recycled energy from industrial waste heat and waste incineration. Approx. 20 % originates from renewable fuel, like bio fuel and the remaining 10 % is produced by natural gas.
Björndammen’s district heating plant is the only production unit for district heating in Partille municipality. The plant is managed by Göteborg Energi and it is used on rare occasions, when the weather is really cold, when the network is faulty or when there is a problem at some other production unit.
District heating can be used in more areas than those you may first think of, as a property owner or construction company. In addition to our basic offer, we also have special contracts and agreements for ground heating and construction heating.
Those who choose district heating can also use it to keep the land area free from snow and ice during the winter, for example at entrances, in squares or streets. Ground heating with district heating is a resource-efficient and convenient heating alternative. It also provides lower heating costs compared to many other alternatives. You only pay for the energy used and not for any effect peaks. As ground heating is driven by district heating, the security of supply is also very high, but on special occasions when the demand for district heating is high, we as a supplier can prioritize the ground heating supply for the benefit of other customers.
Price for groundheating 2022 is 791 kr/MWh
Price for groundheating 2023 is 835 kr/MWh
For those who are in need of heating during new construction, rebuilding or renovation, we at Partille Energi offer a product that we call building heating. Construction heating is only offered during the construction period and thereafter an ordinary supply contract is signed for district heating.
Building site heating price 2022
For building site heating you will only paid a variable energy price, which was SEK 729 kr/MWh in 2022.
Building site heating price 2023
For building site heating you will only pay a variable energy price, which is SEK 769 kr/MWh in 2023.
Who can get district heating from Partille Energi?
Many businesses in Partille already have district heating and we would like more to join in. The network is not totally developed in the municipality, but anyone who is interested in connecting a property to district heating can easily check if there is district heating in the area. Enter the postcode for the property in the field and get a quick answer if there is district heating nearby!
Kan du ha fjärrvärme hos Partille Energi?
Offer for new connection?
If you are interested in a district heating installation for a new building, or would like to change the heating system in an existent house, please send us a registration of interest. We will help you to find possible solutions. The terms of agreement for distribution of district heating to business customers are found below: Dokument och blanketter
Environmental values and environmental options
District heating is an important part of the overall energy system. If district heating is used for heating, electricity and electricity effect can be used for electric car charging, which in turn replaces fossil fuels.
As a customer, you can further strengthen your company’s environmental profile by choosing environmental options for your district heating.
Environmental values for our district heating are accounted for according to a method developed by Värmemarknadskommittén (the Heat Market Committee). The committee consists of representatives from Fastighetsägarna (the property owners’ national organisation), HSB and Riksbyggen (two of the largest cooperative housing associations in Sweden), Hyresgästföreningen (Tenants Association), SABO (Public Housing Sweden), and Energiföretagen Sverige (Swedenergy). The environmental impact of district heating can be seen from three perspectives:
- How the energy is used in terms of efficiency
- The amount of carbon-dioxide emissions through the complete production chain
- The amount of fossil fuels used in each district heating network
More information on the environmental assessment of district heating and the agreement in the Heat Market Committee can be found at Energiföretagen Sverige(Sweden energy).
Optional – Climate compensated district heating
With the climate-compensated district heating option, the company’s environmental profile is strengthened and it is an environmental effort that reduces the company’s emissions of carbon dioxide. Climate compensation means that we compensate the company’s carbon dioxide emissions for the district heating that is used by ensuring that a corresponding reduction in emissions takes place elsewhere in the world. All emission rights have been reviewed and approved by EU and UN rules.
We have chosen to implement climate compensation through emissions trading in the CER (Certified Emission Reductions) system, which are certified emission reductions from CDM projects in developing countries.
The reduction units are approved in accordance with UN and EU rules. The emission rights are canceled annually in an account for cancellation with the Swedish Energy Agency.
What does it cost?
What does it cost? The price for climate-compensated district heating is 4 kr/MWh as an addition to the usual district heating price. Contact us at customer service for more information about climate-compensated district heating.
Optional – District heating Good Environmental Choice
Through the offer District heating marked with Good Environmental Choice, you only buy district heating from renewable energy and can thus report a low climate impact. For every kilowatt hour sold, money is also distributed to a fund that finances energy efficiency and conversion projects in order to promote a more efficient heating system.
District heating Good Environmental Choice is an independent eco-label that contributes to a healthier nature and fewer hazardous substances in everyday products. The environmental requirements are set and controlled by the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation.
What does it cost?
The price for district heating marked with District heating Good Environmental Choice is an addition to the usual district heating price and is .