The European Strategic Energy Technology (SET) Plan – proposed by the European Commission in order to accelerate the deployment of low-carbon energy technologies – recognises the essential role of renewable energy sources for heating and cooling as a part of the EU’s strategy to improve the security of the energy supplies and to foster a competitive edge in the related highly innovative industries.
Post date: 29 Jun 2020
EHP - Webinar Series
Country Focus: National Heating and Cooling Transitions Across the EU
Online | GoToWebinar
10 June 2020 - 14:00-15:00
EU frameworks may be essential, but they only work if they are complemented by national measures. Learn more through this EuroHeat & Power Webinar on decarbonisation strategies in Member States.
Post date: 5 Jun 2020
An innovative, thin and quick-to-install prefabricated ‘click-in’ underfloor heating system capable to be installed directly on the existing floor and connectable to the radiator system.
Innovative underfloor heating system to reduce energy consumption
Post date: 20 May 2020
HEAT PUMPS SKILLS FOR NZEB CONSTRUCTION
Post date: 14 May 2020
Making heating and cooling for European consumers efficient, economically resilient, clean and climate-friendly
Promoting replacement of heating, cooling units
Post date: 6 May 2020
REHVA is The Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning associations founded in 1963. We are an umbrella organization that represent over 120,000 HVAC designers, building services engineers, technicians and experts across 27 European Countries.
Post date: 29 Apr 2020
As response to the coronavirus (COVID-19 or SARS-CoV-2) pandemic, REHVA experts drafted a guidance document on how to operate and use building services in areas with a coronavirus outbreak to prevent the spread of COVID-19 depending on HVAC or plumbing systems related factors.
Post date: 28 Apr 2020
Compact bio-based thermal energy storage for buildings
Post date: 15 Apr 2020
This 600 square-metre plot was used to erect a new service centre that would not only encompass a bank branch but also consultation rooms for customers and staff. Overall the building spans a total usable floor area of 1800 square metres. The energy consultant used dynamic computer simulations and local climate records to design the building and select materials.
Post date: 14 Apr 2020
The university city of Freiburg is home to an innovative city hall that is now the biggest surplus-energy building in Europe. The building boasts outstanding thermal insulation that allows for low-temperature heating and high-temperature cooling. To minimise energy demand, the building is fitted with a ventilation system that uses heat recovery. The building is heated and cooled efficiently by using energy in the ground water.
Post date: 16 Mar 2020