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The “Eurométropole de Strasbourg” (Greater Strasbourg) aims to be at the forefront of innovative cities in terms of Energy Transition. The...
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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 ... learn more
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Low temperature district heating can prove to be an important part in also keeping the globe’s temperature low. This webinar presents ... learn more
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No energy transition without sustainable cities; no sustainable cities without sustainable heating and cooling. As the 2016 European Commission’s Heating & Cooling Strategy made clear, district energy systems will have to play a significant role to make Europe’s broader climate and energy ambitions a reality. And cities will be in the driver’s seat to make a successful energy transition happen.