This article aims to investigate the advantages of DH in an intersectoral
context: offering versatile technology expansion options and therefore the ability to provide
flexibility to the electric system.
The ReUseHeat project is jointly organising with the Celsius Initiative their closing conference: “Decarbonising Cities with Unconventional Sources” on 7 September 2022 at L42 Business Centre, Brussels, Belgium.
We would like to thank everyone for their interest in participating in the 10th International DHC+ Summer School and are happy to inform you that this edition has been fully booked! If you whish to take part in next edition, contact [email protected]
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This study contributes to an enhanced knowledge of European DHC markets, needed
to develop policies, initiatives and projects contributing to achieving the decarbonisation
targets set by the European Green Deal.
The European Commission has published four studies that look at different aspects of the decarbonisation of heating and cooling in the EU. Roughly half of the energy consumed at present in Europe is used for heating and cooling, and most of it is based on fossil fuels.
The Solar Heat Worldwide report is giving an overview of the general trends, highlight special applications and outstanding projects, document the solar thermal capacity installed in the important markets worldwide, and ascertain the contribution of solar thermal systems to the supply of energy and the CO2 emissions avoided as a result of operating these systems.
This event will provide an overview of the potential of agrobiomass in rural areas highlighted from different perspectives from policy makers, industry experts, national associations and other stakeholders with a focus on the best practices to be shared and discussed with the audience.