Key findings on the waste heat potential and urban waste heat recovery and along with all the experience from the four demonstration cases will be presented by ReUseHeat.
Celsius Initiative will share its main outcomes on the importance of collaboration and knowledge sharing between cities, the similarities and differences between cities in H&C transition as well as key learnings from the Celsius format (e.g. Forerunner Groups and Celsius Talks).
The session on technical solutions for waste heat recovery is co-organised and co-hosted by the LIFE4HeatRecovery project, which demonstrates the effectiveness of smart district heating and cooling networks with distributed low-temperature waste heat sources.
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9:00-9:30 – Welcome coffee and registration
9:30-10:00 – Intro from ReUseHeat & Celsius project coordinators, Kristina Lygnerud, IVL & Katrina Folland, Johanneberg Science Park
10:00-10:15 – Keynote from EU guest speaker, Georg Houben, European Commission
10:15-11:30 – ReUseHeat & Celsius major outputs, moderated by Aksana Krasatsenka, Euroheat & Power
- Urban waste heat potential in Europe & a new dimension to the HRE maps, Urban Persson, Halmstad University, Steffen Nielsen, Aalborg University
- ReUseHeat demo sites: Waste heat recovery from hospital (Madrid), dashboard (La Seyne-sur-Mer), metro (Berlin), data centre (Braunschweig)
- Celsius: a demand driven collaboration hub, Emilia Pisani, Johanneberg Science Park
- Roundtable discussion
11:30-12:00 Coffee break
12:00-13:00 – Parallel sessions
- Engaging low-temperature waste heat suppliers into district heating, moderated by Marco Cozzini, EURAC Research, co-organised with Life4HeatRecovery
- Growing networks: engaging local stakeholders for sustainable energy systems, moderated by Oliver Ingwall King, Johanneberg Science Park
- The citizens of the energy transition - What role do they have?, moderated by Mats Tiborn, IMCG - Impact Management Consulting Group
13:00-14:00 Lunch break
14:00-15:00 Hands-on sessions
- ReUseHeat Handbook & Business models for urban waste heat recovery, moderated by Kristina Lygnerud, IVL
- Replicability of urban excess heat recovery projects: key learnings from Reuseheat and next steps, moderated by Giorgio Bonvicini, RINA
15:00-15:30 Conclusions & outlook, Kristina Lygnerud, IVL, Katrina Folland, Johanneberg Science Park & Szilvia Bozsoki, European Commission
15:30-17:00 Marketplace for Cities & Companies & Investors followed by networking drinks
For any inquiries, please contact the organiser John Kapetanakis at [email protected]