Steel colossuses through the streets of Nantes
Two Bosch UT-HZ hot water boilers have been delivered from the Bosch factory in Gunzenhausen to the French city of Nantes. Each of the boilers weighs 70 tonnes and is over ten metres long and almost 5 metres wide. The steel colossuses are being used in the new heating plant at ERENA, a company owned by the energy supplier Cofely GDF SUEZ. With a total output of 60 megawatts, they will in future support the heating supply to 41,000 homes in Nantes. Bosch's partner of many years, the LCI Group from Carvin in France, is managing the project on site.