RE-Source 2022

Euroheat & Power partners with RE-Source platform and organises a session on Renewable heat - the next frontier for sustainable cities

Direct sourcing of renewables – the key for Europe’s energy competitiveness, security and climate goals

The RE-Source event is the largest annual gathering in Europe of renewable energy buyers and suppliers. With more markets opening up to the corporate renewable sourcing opportunity, RE-Source 2022 is the perfect platform to networklearn and do business with key players from the renewable energy world.

With its REPowerEU action plan from May 2022, the European Commission strives to achieve energy security and independence in the next few years. The geopolitical shock of Russia’s invasion into Ukraine is felt across Europe in the form of a dramatic rise of fossil energy prices. The stability offered by Power Purchase Agreements is now more valuable than ever – and will be one of the main themes of RE-Source 2022.

Whether you are an experienced buyer or seller, or new to this sphere, this event will have relevant content for you. Each day will be customised to the different needs and interests of our participants, with three days  filled with sessions, workshops and roundtables on various topics:

  • On-site generation of power
  • The impact of the energy and climate crisis on energy procurement
  • More and faster RES deployment: how will it be delivered?
  • Pricing strategies for PPAs
  • Green hydrogen and PPAs
  • Renewable Heat Purchase Agreements
  • Mitigation of risk of PPA projects
  • Regional focus: PPA markets in Central and Southeastern Europe and more
  • Supply chain and Scope 3 emissions
  • 24/7: next level ambition for full grid decarbonisation
  • What your CFO needs to know
  • How to make PPAs suitable for SMEs

For the first time, Euroheat & Power partners with RE-Source platform and organises a session on renewable heat

The session, Renewable heat - the next frontier for sustainable cities, will take place on Friday, 7 October from 2:30 PM till 3:30 PM. We will explore business models and opportunities for renewable developers, local authorities, and corporate buyers, in this new territory.

Businesses and local authorities are increasingly seeking to source renewable heating & cooling.

Boosted by the quick uptake of solar and wind, power-to-heat rises as a relevant solution to drive Europe’s heat transition. Combining renewable PPA’s with large heat pumps and thermal storage, district energy networks help convert large amounts of renewable electricity into renewable heat, supporting the transition of EU cities and providing cost-efficient balancing and storage to the electricity grid.

When industrial processes (paper, cement, etc.) or tertiary activities (e.g. data centres) are powered by renewables, their excess heat becomes renewable heat that can be supplied to urban areas. This unlocks whole new business opportunities for corporates and supports the heat transition of EU Cities.

Join us on 6-7 October, in Amsterdam!
View the agenda and register now ๐Ÿ‘‰