Some learnings of two european projects about district heating and cooling will be at the core of this free webinar.
It will be hold on the 10th of March 2020 from 10h30 to 12h (CEST).
- Introduction by Mr Gabriele Pesce (Project Officer, EuroHeat&Power, BE) and Mr Benoit Hofer (Project Officer, CAP Construction, BE)
- TEMPO: Technologies to decrease district heating temperature levels, by M. Dirk Vanhoudt (Researcher Energy Technology, VITO, BE)
- HeatNet NWE: A CO2 calculation tool to estimate the benefits of your project, by Ms Audrey Pierre (District Heating Officer, Cerema, FR)
- TEMPO: Finding and analysing faults with machine learning, by Mr Christian Johansson (PhD, CEO, NODA Intelligent Systems, SE)
- Heatnet NWE: Best practices taken from the Transition Roadmaps of UK and Ireland, by Benoit Hofer (CAP Construction, BE)
- Q&A session
This free webinar is proposed to you by Euroheat&Power, as part of the TEMPO project, which is part-funded by Horizon 2020, and by the Cluster CAP Construction, as part of the HeatNet NWE project, which is part-funded by the Interreg North-West Europe programme.
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The TEMPO – Temperature Optimisation for Low Temperature District Heating across Europe – project develops technical innovations that enables district heating networks to operate at lower temperatures. Innovative solutions and new business models are deployed by 3 pilots located in both urban and rural areas to demonstrate the benefits of these solutions.
Interreg HeatNet NWE
The project “Transition strategies for delivering low carbon district heat” (HeatNet) addresses the challenge of reducing CO2 emissions in North-West Europe by creating an integrated transnational NWE approach to the supply of renewable and low carbon heat (incl. waste heat) to residential and commercial buildings, developed and tested in 6 local district heating and cooling networks (DHC) in UK, Ireland, Belgium, France, and the Netherlands.