Friedrich Vorwerk Group SE wins the major contract for the realization of the district heat interconnector pipeline and the associated block station in Bremen with an order volume of more than 45 million, thus demonstrating FRIEDRICH VORWERK's excellent technology and implementation competence in the field of district heating. The planned district heat interconnector pipeline forms a key component of the successful heat transition in the city of Bremen by transporting climate-friendly district heat generated in the waste-to-energy plant Bremen to neighboring urban areas. The new interconnector will enable a replacement of coal powered heat currently generated at the Hastedt power plant. The project thereby makes a significant contribution to reducing the carbon footprint of Bremen. In addition to the district heat pipeline, FRIEDRICH VORWERK was also awarded the planning and realization of the block station that will distribute the district heat and ensure the necessary pressure levels within the system. This underlines the company's successful combination of engineering expertise in integrated energy infrastructure systems. Works on the project are scheduled to begin as early as the beginning of 2022.