Low-Temperature DHC as a Key Solution for Decarbonising the Heating and Cooling Sector
15th – 17th June, 2022 | Helsingborg, Sweden


The REWARDHeat project is organising a 3-day event in Helsingborg, Sweden. The main conference takes place on Thursday, 16th June with a morning session on 'Smart DHC Networks' that will explore the technology combinations that are likely to supply heat demands in the future, with best practice examples from the Nordics. The afternoon session will focus on the 'REWARDHeat DHC Investor Perspectives'. The project seeks to turn low-temperature DHC networks into a new asset class, making modern district energy solutions a profitable investment opportunity, while contributing to the achievement of EU climate targets. International examples will be compared with the Swedish case, where the DHC market is highly competitive.

The days either side of the conference will be dedicated to site visits. Two unique site visits are planned on Wednesday 15th June, to exhibit Helsingborg city’s DHC system. On Friday 17th June, site visits will be arranged to demonstrate the low-temperature network in the city of Lund, with transport provided from Helsingborg. All these events are free to attend.

Detailed programme here:

REWARDHeat Agenda.pdf


Register here until 1st June: