Don't miss EHP's 41st congress in Turin, Italy. The 2023 edition will look into the most promising pathways for District Heating & Cooling to play its part in solving the global energy & climate crisis, spurring local change for global impact.
Bio360 Expo is an international assembly point comprising a large international exhibition and multi-track conference programme dedicated to advancing bioenergy, the bioeconomy and atmospheric carbon removal.
The Enlit community will come together in Frankfurt from 29 November - 1 December 2022, to meet and inspire each other and to develop their discussions and actions to take steps forward in the energy transition.
You are invited to the Zero Friction Impact Event on the 18th of October! Discover how the power of digital transformation can help you be successful with the energy transition for collective heating and cooling suppliers.
Flexi-Sync has explored district heating and cooling flexibility, both in terms of the flexibility provided by heat customers and the district energy provider. The conference will provide key results from the project
The new funding will be used to grow the (development) team so it can enrich the Zero Friction platform with even more interesting functionalities. The funds will also enable Zero Friction to expand into new geographies to boost the transition to more sustainable heating and cooling.
Goerlitz (DE) and Zgorzelec (PL) will invest in RES heat generation and connect its district heating networks with a cross-border pipeline, to jointly supply the European city with climate-neutral district heating based on a RES generation of 160 GWh per year.
The 10th edition of the DHC+ Summer School, focused on “Transformation towards sustainable DHC” took place between 21 -26 August 2022 in Gottingen, Germany, and gathered 28 participants from all around Europe.
The scheme will promote green district heating based on renewable energy and waste heat. The measure will contribute to the implementation of Germany‘s National Energy and Climate Plan and to the EU's strategic objectives relating to the EU Green Deal, in particular the EU's 2050 climate neutrality target.
Heating grids still lose a quarter of their heat yearly. This problem is becoming even more urgent with the rising fuel prices and the strong need for CO2 reduction. Gradyent has developed software that helps heating companies to optimize their heat systems and to reduce CO2, so that they can continue to supply affordable and reliable heat. Gradyent has raised €10 million in a Series A funding round from existing investors Capricorn Partners, ENERGIIQ and Helen Ventures and new investor Eneco.