Infrastructure

EOP, as the owner of the Industrial Park Opatovice, prefers to locate such projects which will utilise the available synergies. EOP offers especially supplies of heat and cold, steam, and hot or cold water. Further, there is a possibility to connect to the electricity network and additionally to the drinking water and technological water network and to the sewerage systems.

Therefore, it is presumed that such projects will be located on the areas P1 and P2 which are demanding high offtakes of heat or cold from EOP. The preferred parameters of heat or cold offtake:

  • Area P1 – heat or cold offtake of approx. 50 000 GJ
  • Area P2 – heat or cold offtake of approx. 500 000 GJ

Characteristics of Area P1

Area: 6.2 ha
Owner: EOP
Altitude: 224 to 225 m above the sea level
Level of ground water: approx. -3 m
Climatic conditions: warm area with mild winter – average temperature is 8.4 °C, average annual rainfall is 599 mm
Geological conditions: 3rd geotechnical category, the Labe region of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin 
Floodplain: outside the area of one-hundred-year flood

Detailed Description of Area P1 - Land Plots (24,9kB)

 

Characteristics of Area P2

Area: 11.63 ha
Owner: EOP, OHD
Altitude: 224 to 225 m above the sea level
Level of ground water: approx. -3 m
Climatic conditions: warm area with mild winter – average temperature is 8.4 °C, average annual rainfall is 599 mm
Geological conditions: 3rd geotechnical category, the Labe region of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin
Floodplain: located in the of one-hundred-year flood area 

Detailed Description of Area P2 - Land Plots (25,3kB)

 

Electricity

EOP offers connection to the 100 kV switching station on its site.

Heat

The heat for heating and technology will be supplied from the heat source of EOP in the form of steam or hot water.

The parameters shall be as required by the technology of the project.

Gas

Connection to natural gas network (high-pressure DN500 network) is available in the village of Čeperka located approx. 0.7 km from the Park, or in the village of Borek located approx. 4 km from the Park. The capacity of the gas network is approx. 500 million m3/year.

Technological Water

Raw (technological) water is available from the river Labe, within the sufficient allocation for the power station. Raw water is brought through the raw water feeder on EOP site where the new project can connect to the distribution network. Available at the EOP Water Treatment Plant:

  • Softened water
  • Demineralised water
     

Drinking Water

The Industrial Park is connected to two sources of drinking water. EOP uses its own drinking water source – two wells located outside the EOP site. This drinking water is pumped to the third well on EOP site at the coal handling building. From there it goes to the water treatment plant and further to the distribution network on EOP site.

The back-up source of drinking water for EOP is the source Hrobice (operated by VaK Pardubice). The connection point for the new projects in the Park is the existing drinking water distribution on EOP site.

Sewerage

There is a sewerage system in the Industrial Park owned by EOP – the drainage as well as the sewerage system.

The drainage system is led through the whole EOP site and runs into the industrial water channel. It is possible to connect the new projects to this existing drainage system.

The sewerage system leads through the EOP site and runs into the EOP central water purification plant. It is possible to connect to this sewerage system at EOP, too.

Other Synergies with EOP

The neighbourhood of EOP offers even more synergies, for example waste removal using the EOP central intermediate depot, use of EOP by-products during the construction, storing, catering, site management, healthcare services, EOP railway siding connected to the national railway network in Opatovice nad Labem and access through EOP site.