The project relies on the preparation of strategies for developing heating and cooling networks in six European pilot cities (Ansfelden - Austria, Heerten - Germany, Litomerice - Czech Republic, Helsingor - Denmark, Matosinhos - Portugal, Brasov - Romania) based on an in-depth analysis of demand and future needs in heating and cooling, on the long-term potential of renewables and waste heat, drivers and barriers and 2050 scenarios.
The progREsHEAT team during a project meeting in Helsingor, Denmark
The project team is holding a series of webinars on various topics related to district heating and cooling.
Three webinars already took place:
- Assessing the potential for combined heat and power in EU member states – insights from Austria and Germany
- The success story of the extensive Danish district heating system
- Waste heat integration into district heating networks – Experiences from district heating providers.
If you are interested in the issue, we warmly invite you to watch the recordings of the progRESsHEAT webinars that you will find here.
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Barriers to district heating systems - Empirical results from six European case studies
14 October 2016
The progRESsHEAT webinars are free and open to all.
progRESsHEAT is co-funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union
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