Energy is vital to the functioning of our societies. We need solutions that make it possible to combine sound economic growth with little environmental impact and customer convenience.
District Energy is the key to sustainability. Its infrastructure enables significant carbon footprint reductions by allowing cities to harvest the potential of renewable energies and surplus heat that would otherwise go to waste!
Post date: 21 Δεκ 2020
40th Euroheat & Power Congress goes hybrid – we meet online and onsite!
The Euroheat & Power Congress focuses on topics related to District Energy. The congress provides a unique forum for discussing and enhancing knowledge on major issues of importance for European and Global District Energy sectors.
Post date: 21 Δεκ 2020
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 Οκτ 2020
July and August 2020 will be remembered as one of the hottest months ever recorded, bringing heat waves, droughts, wildfires and floods across the globe.
While European cities have been sweltering in the heat, we all have been looking for cooling: in the countryside or at the coast, or inside our buildings.
Post date: 7 Οκτ 2020
“Integration of Renewable Energy Technologies in district Heating and Cooling solutions for sustainable living”
Post date: 5 Μάιος 2020
The future is now!
Post date: 15 Απρ 2020
Cooling accounts for 10% of global electricity consumption and demand is expected to triple by 2050. Given this context, innovative technical and financial solutions are required to ensure that cleaner and more efficient cooling solutions are adopted. Cooling as a Service (CaaS) is an innovative financial instrument to overcome key market barriers to clean and efficient cooling, without upfront investment, with integrated financial tools to recapitalise technology providers.
Post date: 7 Απρ 2020
Cooling demand is expected to increase almost 60% by 2030 in Europe. District cooling (DC) can support satisfying this demand in a sustainable way by utilising the most efficient cooling supply options available and distributing the produced cooling to consumers rather than using stand‐alone, often inefficient and poorly maintained distributed systems. This also has the potential to significantly decrease primary energy consumption.
Post date: 11 Μαρ 2020
Solar-Biomass Reversible energy system for covering a large share of energy needs in buildings
Renewable energy system integrated at the building scale
Post date: 10 Ιαν 2020
The Hotmaps project aims at designing a toolbox to support public authorities, energy agencies and urban planners in strategic heating and cooling planning on local, regional and national levels, and in line with EU policies.
The beta-version of the Hotmaps toolbox is now online; in the following year the tool will be updated and new releases will be available.
Post date: 19 Μαρ 2019