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Euroheat & Power unites

the Combined Heat and Power, District Heating and Cooling sector throughout Europe and beyond, with members from over thirty countries: including all existing national district heating associations in EU countries and the majority of new EU Member States; utilities operating DHC systems; industrial associations and companies; manufacturers; research institutes; consultants and other organisations involved in the CHP/DHC business.

Euroheat & Power works

for energy supply in balance with ecology, promoting the advantages of CHP/DHC in general and the use of renewable energies to preserve primary energies in particular, and pursues international measures to enhance innovation and the further development of the sector.

Euroheat & Power represents

the interests of the sector at the political level, in particular in relations to the European institutions and other international organisations.

Euroheat & Power follows

all European policies of relevance for CHP/DHC, such as energy, competition, environment and research policy.

Euroheat & Power interacts

regularly with the European Commission, European Parliament, Eurostat, the European Committee for Standardization, the Energy Charter, the International Energy Agency and many other institutions.

Euroheat & Power initiates

and takes part in research, development and demonstration projects concerning district heating and cooling technologies, markets and policy.

Euroheat & Power supports

networking between its members to foster technical information and experience exchange in a market-driven environment.

Euroheat & Power publishes

studies, reports, a monthly electronic newsletter for its members and other informative material. The association runs a public website as well as an intranet dedicated to information for members only and is co-editor of the international magazine Euroheat & Power.

Euroheat & Power provides

a contact point for expert advice and analysis for CHP/DHC related issues to all interested parties.