D2Grids project: newsletter #1 has been released !

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Check out the first newsletter of the D2Grids project for news on 5th generation district heating and cooling, and on partners' progress. In this edition : the inauguration of the Paris-Saclay network, an interview of Herman Eijdems (Mijnwater), Blockchain technology and D2Grids...and much more !

D2Grids newsletter #1

D2GRIDS is the acronym for "demand-driven grids". It is an Interreg North West Europe (NWE) project lasting over 3 years (2018-2022). Mijnwater Ltd. based in the Netherlands is lead partner. The project comprises 12 partners and 7 secondary partners. Five pilot sites located in Paris-Saclay (France), Bochum (Germany), Brunssum (Netherlands), Glasgow and Nottingham (United Kingdom) will develop 5G DHC networks.

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