DHC+ is launching a series of weekly webinars in a completely different format. Grab your favourite coffee or tea mug, join us every Thursday at 14:00 and have a break while discussing district energy related topics in a very informal atmosphere. We look forward to connecting with you! In the meantime, keep calm, stay home and wash your hands!
Take a break with DHC+!
We all noticed that remote working during the coronavirus pandemic is more complicated than it first seems… Some are struggling with new routine, others are struggling to switch off at all, but the majority of us are struggling to combine work and full-time childcare. We share your pain and want to stay by your side in these times of uncertainty!
DHC+ is launching a series of weekly webinars in a completely different format and available for everyone! Grab your favourite coffee or tea mug and have a break while discussing district energy related topics in a very informal atmosphere. We look forward to connecting with you! In the meantime, keep calm, stay home and wash your hands!
DHC+ Summer School 2020
Thursday, 9 April at 14:00 CET
The next edition of the DHC+ Summer School will take place in Karlshamn (Sweden) at the end of August. Are you curious about the destination, programme, group challenge, registration or participation fees of the 8th International DHC+ Summer School? Then ask all your questions directly to the organisers and hosts! Feel free to share your experience from the previous editions to encourage future participants! 😉
The future is now! Decarbonised district heating systems are already here and some of them are spelled “LTDH”. As a matter of fact, low temperature district heating can prove to be an important part in keeping the globe’s temperature low as well. Jointly organised by the COOL DH project and the CELSIUS initiative, the webinar will present some of the opportunities and challenges cities may encounter in their endeavour towards a sustainable and efficient energy system. We will cover how to plan for the deployment of new DHC systems, as well as the extension and refurbishing of existing ones to a higher standard, using local low-grade heat sources.
Integrating renewables both from electric and thermal sources as well as waste heat leads to a more flexible, efficient and sustainable system. In this sense, district energy and thermal storage can act as a local energy backbone and help balance the grid. Let’s explore how via RewardHeat and Magnitude projects.
Join us here (link to be provided soon)
District Heating Upgrade
Thursday, 30 April at 14:00 CET
Usually, the overall upgrading process to improve the efficiency of DH grids is complex and sophisticated. It is time-consuming, long-lasting and implies high investments. UpgradeDH partners aim at simplifying this process by providing guidance and their expertise, and start a series of public webinars on technical and non-technical aspects of upgrading projects.