The six implications of the EU’s “Fit for 55” package for your Heating Network." was co-created with Euroheat and Power (Eloi Piel). In only 5 pages, it summarizes the first concrete steps that can help district heating networks prepare their organization for this transformation.
The results of this study provide valuable insight in the market expectations relating to digitalisation efforts such as TEMPO. As such, they will be integrated in the on-going replication effort within the TEMPO project.
In district heating (DH) systems, the time of use of energy is becoming more important. For example, the use of sustainable baseload units over peak units is favored. Also heat production units coupled to the electricity grid, such as cogeneration plants and heat pumps, can profit from fluctuating prices and balance the electricity network at the same time.
This brochure (2021) presents an overview of recent European district heating and cooling projects, financed by the European Commission. These innovative projects have been collected and analysed by Euroheat & Power in the framework of the Celsius Initiative.