The final event of the EU-financed SmartReFlex project will take place from 24 to 25 November 2016, in Kolding, Denmark, presenting and discussing the key findings and experiences on increasing the diffusion of smart and flexible district heating and cooling (DHC) systems in European cities, based on high shares of renewable energy sources (RES). The event focuses on further steps towards implementation, including financial support, as well as replication to other regions.
At the end of the first day, two site visits will be provided:
- Vejen district heating plant. Consumer-owned, established in 1960. Straw boiler, wood chips boiler, surplus heat, heat pumps, gas and oil boilers.
- Hejnsvig district heating plant. Consumer-owned, established in 1992. Solar thermal, wood pellet boiler, natural gas engine, natural gas boiler.
On the second day, depended on the number of participants, two additional site visits will be provided:
- District heating plant with solar thermal and seasonal heat storage (pit thermal energy storage)
- District heating plant with solar thermal and heat pump.
Registration deadline: 10 November 2016.
For further information, please visit the relevant SmartReFlex webpage at the link below.