EHP Webinar Series

  • Euroheat & Power Events
  • 30 September 2020 - 30 November 2020
  • Online
  • by EHP

The Euroheat & Power webinar series aims to keep our community connected, share knowledge and provide new learning opportunities.

Webinar Schedule

Further information and registration for the upcoming webinars HERE | Watch the recordings of previous webinars on our YouTube Playlist

 

    •  27 October 2020 | 10:00-11:00 (CET) – Turboden:
      Decarbonisation of Heat and Power

Webinar highlights include:

By joining this webinar, you will:
• Take part in mutual learning through open discussion (Q&A)

Your expert:
• Andrea Magalini, Turboden

      • More webinars to come stay tuned!
      • Ideas That Move Us Forward  | Your webinar? Find out more HERE

 

Questions – Comments – Suggestions email events@euroheat.org

 

Great thanks to the Euroheat & Power team for running the Webinar Series: Ideas that Move Us Forward. Excellent member service. Euroheat & Power are able to attract the most passionate people from the DHC industry and our digital heat webinar exceeded our expectations. Nice way of presenting and what a great energy with the audience during the Q&A.

Steen Schelle Jensen
Head of Product Management – Solutions Heat/Cooling Division
Kamstrup A/S

 

Past webinars:

  • 16 September 2020 | 11:00-12:00 (CET) – AustroflexHeat Networks 4.0

💻 This session was recorded and is available here

Webinar highlights included a summary of (ultra) low temperature heat networks and their importance, insights to several project cases, like Villach Landskron (Austria) including current obstacles and how to overcome those.

Your experts were:
• Christian Engel, Austroflex (presentation PDF)
• Lorenz Leppin / Ingo Leusbrock, AEE-INTEC

Thank you very much!
  • 26 August 2020 | 15:00-16:00 (CET) – Vattenfall: How Smart Energy System Integration becomes reality: building blocks and challenges

💻 This session was recorded and is available here

This webinar took a look at Berlin where Vattenfall is making Smart Energy System Integration happen. Building blocks: Power-to-heat (electric boilers, large heat pumps etc.), CHP plants (fired by natural gas, later on hydrogen or synthetic fuels), heat buffers, excess heat integration, utilisation of originally renewable sources (e.g. geothermal or solar thermal) and smart system operation based on „smartly metered data“.

Presenters:

• Markus Witt, Vice President for Asset Management BU Heat, Vattenfall

Thank you for the clear explanation Markus!
Thank you very much!
Great integration – congratulations!
  • 1 July 2020 | 14:00-15:00 (CET) – Kamstrup: New Digital Opportunities for District Heating

💻 This session was recorded and is available here

Topics explored in the webinar included:

• An overview of the new EED (European Energy Directive) requirements for remote readable heat meters
• The growing importance of smart meters and how this will enable digital district heating and cooling
• How digitalisation can impact planning, operation and maintenance of district heating and cooling networks
• Current obstacles to getting started

Presenters:

• Steen Schelle Jensen, Head of Product Management, Kamstrup
• Kasper Neve, Aars District Heating Company

Further background information is available online at www.kamstrup.com

Thank you very much, interesting presentation.
Great value, time well spent.
I was really looking forward to hearing what the speakers had to say!

  • 30 June 2020 | 11:00-12:00 (CET) – FortumEspoo Clean Heat – Carbon Neutral District Heating in Espoo in the 2020s

💻 This session was recorded and is available HERE.

Topics explored in the webinar included:
• Steps to carbon-neutral district heating in the Espoo, Kauniainen and Kirkkonummi regions in Finland in the 2020s. The development work is now being accelerated with a new intermediate goal to discontinue the use of coal in 2025.
• The growing importance of demonstrating successful sector integration cases in practice.
• Expanding utilisation of waste heat sources, among other things.

Presenters:

• Timo Piispa, Head of Heating & Cooling Finland, Fortum
• Heikki Keskiväli, Manager, Strategic Projects, Heating & Cooling Finland, Fortum

Please contact Heikki should you have any questions on Espoo Clean Heat by email here.
Further background information is available online at www.fortum.com/espoo

Very interesting presentation & discussion! Thank you all!
Thanks for organizing. Very interesting.
Thanks a lot for this meeting.
Many thanks for the meeting and for the recording.

  • 17 June 2020 | 14:30-16:45 – City Focus: Local Leaders on the Front Lines of the Heating and Cooling Revolution

💻 This session was recorded and is available HERE.

Half of Europe’s energy consumption today is made up of heating and cooling and most of that demand is met through the burning of oil and gas. In an increasingly urbanised world, cities have both the power and the responsibility to deliver the change we need and make the heating and cooling revolution happen.
Many European cities have inspiring stories to tell about how have managed or how they plan their heat transition towards a 100% green, reliable system based on local sources and heat networks. During the webinar we will hear from four remarkable cities from all corners of Europe, from very advanced decarbonised systems going the extra mile, to retrofitting and decarbonising existing networks, to getting a new network started.
Tune in, discuss with the cities and ask all your questions during the break-out sessions!

Moderator: Sofia Lettenbichler

Speakers:
• Ivan Ivankovic – City of Zagreb
• John O’Shea – Codema-Dublin’s Energy Agency
• Laura Uuttu-Deschryvere – City of Helsinki
• Lydia Hameeteman – Advisor and Programme Manager Energy Transition – City of Rotterdam
• Paulius Martinkus – Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer Vilnius District Heating Company

  • 10 June 2020 | 14:00-15:00 – Country Focus: National Heating and Cooling Transitions Across the EU

💻 This session was recorded and is available here on our YouTube channel

EU frameworks may be essential, but they only work if they are complemented by national measures.
Our 3 speakers will discuss the heating and cooling transitions in their respective Member States, highlighting common challenges and concrete measures to advance decarbonisation.

Moderator: Emma Coker, BloombergNEF, Low Carbon Heat Analyst

Speakers:
• Rémi Chabrillat, French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME), Director production and renewable energy
• Susanne Schmelcher, German Energy Agency (Dena), Senior Expert Engineer
• Tjalling de Vries, Dutch Ministry of Economics, Programme Manager Heat

Your EHP contact for this webinar : Pauline Lucas

  • 27 May 2020 | 14:30-15:15 – Bright Thinkers WebinarMove your organisation from defense to offense in disruptive times

In this session, Andy Bailey, best-selling leadership author and founder of business coaching firm, Petra Coach, will lead you through D.S.R.O. planning. It stands for Defense, Stabilize, Reset and Offense. It’s a four-step process for mitigating loss in your business and planning for intentional action that will ensure your business overcomes the disruption and prepares for the upturn – better and stronger than before.• Presenter: Andy Bailey | PETRA COACH – Entrepreneur CoachNo recording – if you missed to register and attend please contact the team at Petra Coach. Here’s what just some of our webinar participants had to say:

The webinar was easy to follow and I learned new goals and strategy that I can apply in the future.
The presenter was excellent.
I learned about some things I wasn’t very familiar with in a short period of time.

  • 19 May 2020 | 09:00-10:00 – Online Breakfast Debate: Planning the Renovation Wave: how district energy can help?

💻 This session was recorded and is available here on our YouTube channel

The webinar aims at exploring how measures aimed at enhancing the energy efficiency of buildings and the decarbonisation of the heat supply can combine to deliver a Renovation Wave that makes the difference we need.

Moderator: Giulia Forgnone, Euroheat & Power

Speakers include:
• Karlis Goldstein, Energy Efficiency Adviser to the Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson
• Sorcha Edwards, Secretary General of Housing Europe
• Max Peters, Project & Network Manager, Energy Agency of the State of Baden-Württemberg

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