The international network for district energy, promoting sustainable heating and cooling in Europe and beyond.
The international network for district energy, promoting sustainable heating and cooling in Europe and beyond
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Euroheat & Power News
Register now for the International District Cooling & Heating Conference
Make a donation for the Global District Energy Climate Awards
We need your input for the 2018 Global District Energy Days
Calendar Euroheat & Power Meetings & Events
Commission to review permits of Large Combustion Plants
Other policy updates on our website
DHC+ Research & Innovation News
HRE4/4DH workshop: Tools and methods for strategic analyses in heating and cooling
Visit the STORM Demonstration Site in Rottne, Sweden!
Latest News on STORM Controller
PLANHEAT Trainings on Heat Planning Kicking Off in September
Member & Industry News
UK decentralised energy ‘has a very strong future’
A green heating network in Béthune
2nd largest district heating network of Île-de-France
Latest Industry News on Our Website
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Euroheat & Power and Finnish Energy have teamed up for the 2018 Global District Energy Days. During this two and half days event you will get the opportunity to discuss major issues of importance for European and global district energy sectors across a range of technical and commercial issues; from resource assessment and innovative technological design, to market and policy developments.
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The adoption of an implementing act by the European Commission brings into effect “Best Available Technique” (BAT) conclusions for Large Combustion Plants, such as power stations and district heating plants. Read more in the official press release.
07.08.2017 Vilnius CHP project gets green light from EC
This workshop intends to bring together experts on heating and cooling system analyses from various ongoing (EU and beyond) H2020 research and innovation projects to exchange experiences, lessons learned and ways forward with regard to heating and cooling focused energy system analyses. The workshop aims at both getting a better understanding of today’s state of the art as well as identifying promising ways forward to improve existing tools and methods.
It will take place on 11 September 2017, from 13.30 to 15.30 at BLOX HUB, Copenhagen. Download programme here and register by 1 September at HRE4@isi.fraunhofer.de.
This event precedes the 3rd International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and 4GDH, inviting its participants to arrive earlier to the city.
The local heating plant in Rottne, a city close to Växjö, is one of the STORM demo sites and this year the plant has its twenty year anniversary!
To celebrate this, STORM project partner Växjö Energie, organises an open house on 26th of August. During that day you can experience guided tours of the local heating plant, you can find out how the production works and learn about the impact of the smart district heating controller. The visits target customers of the heating network and other interested locals, as well as local policy-makers, industry experts and professionals working on energy efficiency and renewables.
After some early test versions, the first version of the STORM controller was finalised in 2016. It has been consequently activated in the demonstration sites. This first version focused on further developing models for the Forecaster and Tracker functionality, while keeping a basic version of the Planner. The second version of STORM, launched during 2017, incorporates a more advanced version of the Planner while also seeing upgrades for both the Forecaster and Tracker. The demo sites are updated with the new version during the course of 2017. Therefore, evaluation results of both versions will be made available in due time. The STORM website has been updated to better showcase the control strategies and modules of the controller.
The PLANHEAT project aims to improve local authorities’ capacity to tackle decarbonising their heating and cooling systems. In order to do so, free webinars and workshops are organised to train municipalities and regions in using the PLANHEAT tool. In September, the first training courses are taking place, starting with a kick-off webinar on 4 September.
Training schedule module 1 “Input data needed for mapping and planning new heating and cooling scenarios”:
Don’t miss out and reserve your place!
2017 marks 50 years since Alfred Ernest Haseler founded the UK’s District Heating Association.
In 1985 it became the Combined Heat and Power Association and in 2015 it was renamed to the Association for Decentralised Energy. Decentralized Energy spoke to Director Tim Rotheray about the evolution of the organisation, progress made and obstacles yet to be overcome.
The City of Béthune has selected Dalkia for its new heating network, which will serve 6,500 household equivalents via a public service concession. A single “green” network will replace the two existing networks and draw from local, renewable and recovered energy, including mine gas from former mines supplied by Française de l’Energie.
By now contributing over 50% of renewable energies to the energy mix of the district heating network of the city and towns of Saint-Denis, Stains, Pierrefitte and L’Ile-Saint-Denis, this boiler unit, converted to biomass, illustrates the dynamism of the local area and its action in favour of the energy transition.
02.08.2017 Solar thermal district heating could help UK decarbonise
28.07.2017 Inside London’s hidden power station
17.07.2017 European heating sector well positioned for renewables integration
06.07.2017 District energy resurgence as German cities respond to Energiewende
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