Comsof Heat Open Training

Are you interested in using Comsof Heat for future projects? Do you want to know if Comsof Heat will meet your business needs? Then join this Comsof Heat Open Training.

In this training, you will learn about the key benefits and functionalities of the software, and you’ll discover if the software is suitable for your business needs. After this training, you will have the basic skills to get started with Comsof Heat, and you’ll be able to design your first DHC network.

The training includes theory and practice. For the practical exercises, you will receive a trial version of the software for a period of 2 months.

This open training is for anyone who is working on energy master planning, feasibility studies, business case development, and techno-economic assessments of district heating networks. This can include representatives of local authorities and governments, planners and designers from engineering and consultancy firms, district heating operators, partners…etc.



Session 1 – 19th October 2022 – 14h – 16h CET time (13h – 15h UK time)

  • Introduction
  • Overview of key software benefits and features
  • Overview of reference projects and use cases

Session 2 -26th October 2022 – 14h – 16h CET time (13h – 15h UK time)

  • General network design methodology
  • First district heating network design with Comsof Heat
  • Practical info for the exercises

Session 3 – 2nd November 2022 – 14h – 16h CET time (13h – 15h UK time)

  • In-depth configuration of design rules
  • Design strategies
  • Transport & distribution network design
  • Practical info for the exercises

Session 4 – 9th November 2022 – 14h – 16h CET time (13h – 15h UK time)

  • Design networks with heat source constraints
  • Investment analysis
  • Roll out planning
  • Cloud calculations
  • Practical info for the exercises
  • Close-out

Three separate sessions of 1 hour will be organized for guidance with the exercises. Date and time will be announced at the first session on 7th October.



Places are limited so book early to save your seats.

For questions, contact: [email protected]