Sustainable Places is a renowned venue for showcasing results coming out of the EU Horizon 2020 and EU Horizon Europe Framework Programme via the participation of cutting-edge research and innovation projects. It involves designing, building and retrofitting the places we live and work in a more sustainable way. Sustainability targets and climate change objectives cannot be met without addressing buildings and the built environment at the building, district and urban scale to include our transport and energy infrastructures.
District Heating & Cooling in the future energy system
At Sustainable Places a clustering workshop will take place where the DHC+ Projects SENERGY NETS, ConnectHeat, RewardHEAT will be presented. The workshop is focussing on district heating & cooling (DHC) and sector coupling with smart grids and will gather in the same session several DHC-related EU-funded projects to exchange views and build synergies.
Each year, Sustainable Places features topics that are shaping how we think about cities and the built environment. The following list is non-exhaustive and proposals received on other topics related to sustainability will also be examined:
- Energy Communities, Smart Cities and Urban Transition
- Renewable Energy Technologies
- Sustainable Construction & Renovation
- Decarbonization & Circularity, Climate Change mitigation and adaptation.
- Facilitating the energy transition: Policy, Finance, Training
- Sustainable Urban Renewal & Cultural Transformation
- Digitalization, Smartness & Artificial Intelligence
- Resilience and Energy Security
Programme will be soon released.
Registration’s fares and deadlines are already out. You can attend in-person or online.
The tickets area vailable here: www.sustainableplaces.eu