Slashing costs with high-efficiency combined heat and power and Bayernwerk Natur GmbH

Bayernwerk Natur GmbH is a regional provider of heat and other media for private, commercial and industrial users in Bavaria. As a subsidiary of Bayernwerk AG, the company‘s regional roots are of central importance. Regional suppliers and partners are closely involved in all the company‘s projects. New systems – all non-centralized, energy-efficient and regenerative – help the customers along on their way toward the future of energy. Last year, Bayernwerk Natur launched numerous new projects and further fortified its strong position in the field of non-centralized energy sources.


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