Energy sources, district heating / cooling, cogeneration

This report (D2.5) is one of various RELaTED reports describing low temperature concepts from different perspectives. The report refers to other RELaTED reports when relevant.  
Post date: 25 Sep 2019
Type: Publication

We are today at an important moment in the way we design our districts and cities. Optimising our energy consumption and developing new renewable energy sources has become a key challenge in Europe. One of the most promising solutions requires the decentralisation of our energy production.
Post date: 24 Sep 2019
Type: News

Découvrez le programme et la liste des intervenants en ligne ou téléchargez le programme  
Post date: 24 Sep 2019
Type: Ereignis

Find the Batimat, Interclima and Ideobain trade shows together under one roof in a unique opportunity to discover innovations in construction, technical, finishing works and bathrooms, meet current and future suppliers, take part in demonstrations, and get information/training on new techniques, technological advances and regulatory changes in the industry.   PROGRAMME-S
Post date: 23 Sep 2019
Type: Ereignis

As sustainable energy moves up the political agenda, low carbon solutions for heating and cooling are coming to the fore. District heating in Dresden is turning greener thanks to the Innovation Power Plant Reick  
Post date: 19 Sep 2019
Type: News

District heating is one of the most energy efficient systems to deliver heat in urban environments. Despite this fact, energy market requires a conversion of actual DH concept. This is the main objective of RELaTED concept, that will provide an innovative system of decentralized Ultra-Low Temperature (ULT) network solution that can pave the way for expanding and modernizing existing district heating networks.
Post date: 19 Sep 2019
Type: Publication

The Project District heating (DH) systems are one of the most energy efficient heating systems to deliver heat in urban environments, with proven reliability within many decades already. DHs are also identified as key systems to achieve the de-carbonization of heating energy in European Cities. Renewable and waste heat sources are foreseen at the same time as de-carbonized heat sources and the way to guarantee competitive energy costs with limited influence of fossil fuel supply price volatility.
Post date: 19 Sep 2019
Type: Link

On 8 October 2019, from 14:30-17:00, the first three Smart Cities and Communities projects GrowSmarter, Remourban and Triangulum, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, are hosting the session “From dream to reality: sharing experiences from leading European Smart Cities” at the European Week of Regions and
Post date: 18 Sep 2019
Type: News

Preview of PV Guangzhou 2020
Post date: 18 Sep 2019
Type: Ereignis

PV Chengdu 2020 is envisioning an exhibition floor of 15,000 sq.m, with 200 quality exhibitors displaying state-of-the-art PV technology, like raw material, PV panels, batteries, cells, inverter, controller, connector, cable, mounting system, production, monitoring, testing, cleaning equipment, PV application, storage battery, etc.   Contact :Guangdong Grandeur International Exhibition Group Contact Person: Ms. Mandy Tsang Tel: +86 20 2903 7372
Post date: 18 Sep 2019
Type: Ereignis