A platform of networking and knowledge, CELSIUS takes a holistic approach to overcome technical, social, financial and political barriers to district heating and cooling solutions.

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Workshops and Events

30 November – 11 December, United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP21/CMP11), Paris
2 December: Amorce’s 11th District Heating Conference: “CELSIUS – Le développement des réseaux à Rotterdam et en Europe”
3 December: Cities & Regions Pavilion – TAP2015: “Gothenburg – Green Bonds and sustainable urban development”
7 December: Sustainable Innovation Forum, SIF15: CELSIUS is represented through Green Gothenburg

2 December: DEPA workshop -Introducing DEPA and highlighting the emerging opportunities in the market for district heating in the UK, Stockholm, CELSIUS: European CELSIUS Smart Cities project

9 December: CELSIUS and CITyFiED webinar: Tools for a smarter more energy-efficient future
10.30 – 11.30, Presentation of CITyFiED and CELSIUS, CITyFiED methodology and CELSIUS toolbox
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Past Workshops and Events

At the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona on 17 – 19 November, Katrina Folland, CELSIUS Coordinator, and Emilia Pisani Castañeda, CELSIUS Project Officer, received the World Smart City Finalist Award, recognizing pioneering smart Projects to aid cities in becoming more sustainable, efficient, economically viable and livable.

Celsius Animation

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District Heating and Cooling

District heating is a heating system consisting of a heating plant and a pipe network filled with hot water. The hot water is circulated by pumps, from the heating plant to the client and back again to the heating plant. A heat exchanger at the customer transfers the heat from the district heating network to the building’s own heating and hot water systems. The return water continues out through the return pipe and is pumped back to the heating plant, where it again is heated.