District Heating Plants of Belgrade

JKP "Beogradske elektrane"
Savski nasip 11, Novi Beograd 
tel: 2093-000 
www.beoelektrane.rs
e-mail: info@beoelektrane.rs

Acting Managing Director: Goran Aleksić

Call Centre: 2093-101
Temperature failure reporting: 2093-011 (07.00-19.00)
Installations leaks: 2093-100 (00-24)
Connection to the district heating system: 2224-170 (08.00-14.00)

DISTRICT HEATING PLANTS:
Novi Beograd
Dunav
Voždovac
Medaković
Cerak
Miljakovac
Borča
Banovo brdo
Zemun
Mirijevo
Konjarnik
Višnjička banja
Batajnica
Barajevo
Mladenovac

The commissioning of the District Heating Plant of Novi Beograd for the heating season of 1961/62 is deemed the beginning of the centralized heating supply to Belgrade. After adopting the Decision on the Environmental Air Protection in 1973, all practical measures aimed at reducing air pollution in Belgrade have been taken accordingly. Owing to the District Heating Implementation Program on the Downtown, the "Beogradske elektrane" Company got the most prominent position in realizing the City Environmental Protection Program. About 800 individual boiler houses have been shut down thus far, while the “Program of Connecting 21,000 Apartments to the District Heating" is currently underway and after the completion of such a Program, almost 800,000 square meters of housing floor area would be connected to the district heating system.

The PUC "Beogradske elektrane" possesses 112 heat sources of 2,454 MW capacity and by way of the district-heating pipelines more than 500km long and 4365 connection stations, it provides heating to 240,000 apartments and 7,500 office/commercial buildings of the total floor area exceeding 17,000,000 square meters.

The heating season commences on October 15 and ends on April 15. In the period as of October 1 to 14 and April 16 to May 3, buildings are exceptionally heated if in the latest Republic Hydrometeorological Institute weather forecast of the previous day, or the first weather forecast on that day, it is anticipated that an average daily temperature will be below +120C. The suppliers of heat energy are responsible to achieve and maintain the foreseen temperatures in beneficiaries’ quarters even if the outdoor temperature drops to minus 150C.