district heating and cooling

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The Alliance has been set by five Horizon 2020 projects: EMB3Rs, INCUBIS, R-ACES, SO WHAT and S PARCS, which together have received a total of €14.5 million in funding from the European Commission. The main goal of the alliance is to maximise the projects’ impact and improve the quality and relevance of their outputs, ultimately contributing to boost energy efficiency, waste heat recovery, and energy cooperation in the European industries.  
Post date: 13 Dub 2021
Type: Novinky

Concept:   The renewable transformation of heating and cooling is underway but requires innovative next-generation policies. Currently, renewables are estimated to serve just 10 % of the thermal energy demand.   The implementation of district heating and cooling (DHC) systems based on renewable energy sources (RES) is a solution that is spreading, particularly among small communities in search of energy independence.  
Post date: 22 Bře 2021
Type: Odkaz

Energy system integration is the pathway towards an effective, affordable and deep decarbonisation of the European economy.   An integrated and transnational policy framework is needed to maximise the synergies between different energy sectors.   This policy workshop will discuss the current status of energy system integration and what the future might have in store.  
Post date: 4 Bře 2021
Type: Event

This webinar is part of the training modules offered by the District Energy in Cities Initiative.   It provides key insights of business models to ensure the viability of district energy projects for both heating and cooling systems.  
Post date: 8 Úno 2021
Type: Event

In the framework of the innovative COOL DH project, a new LTDH-grid is built in the district in Høje-Taastrup, Denmark. Nowadays, the standard and old district heating systems are replaced by low-temperature district heating (LTDH) or ultra-low-temperature district heating (ULTDH) networks, where the supply temperature will be respectively between 50-60°C in LTDH and below 50°C in ULTDH.  
Post date: 13 Lis 2020
Type: Event

2020 is a year with many firsts: a world-wide pandemic that threatens our society, but also countries stepping up their climate ambitions and the European Union announcing the Climate Neutral Cities mission as well as many opportunities for cities with the Green Deal Policy Framework.   The Celsius Initiative also has some firsts this year: co-creating the forerunner groups together with the Celsius Cities and the first virtual Summit – Celsius Summit 2020  
Post date: 6 Lis 2020
Type: Event

THE FUTURE OF THERMAL GRIDS   Welcome to an international conference on district heating and cooling organised by Euroheat & Power and the COOLDH project.   District heating and cooling is key to the decarbonisation of Europe and the transition to sustainable energy.  
Post date: 3 Lis 2020
Type: Event

In three online live sessions and with practical online exercises, participants will be trained to apply the free THERMOS energy planning software.  
Post date: 21 Říj 2020
Type: Event

After more than 4 years, INDIGO project has come to an end.    INDIGO is an Horizon 2020 funded project under GA # 696098 that was born with the objective of developing a more efficient, intelligent and economical generation of District Cooling systems by improving system planning, control and management.  
Post date: 16 Říj 2020
Type: Novinky

27 October 2020 | 10:00-11:00 (CET) – Turboden:   Decarbonisation of Heat and Power   Register HERE   Thermal comfort is the biggest source of carbon emissions, the fossil fuel gases that contribute to climate change and decarbonising heat and power is key to meet the targets for cutting carbon emission by 2050.  
Post date: 9 Říj 2020
Type: Event