This report from the Carbon Trust provides advice on how to carry out stakeholder engagement in practice within heat networks.
Five key lessons from the Carbon Trust, based on their experience supporting local authorities in developing district energy projects.
This text describes Friendly Sam, a toolbox developed to formulate optimisation-based models of energy systems.
Transition strategies for delivering low carbon district heat: 6 guides to put you on the right track
The HeatNet NWE project aims to introduce 4DHC (4th generation District Heating) in North West Europe. Here are six guides from the project.
This handbook from the Upgrade DH project describes technical and non-technical approaches for upgrading existing systems.
This text provides an overview of ways to fund the scaling of demonstrator projects, including how to manage requirements from financers.
This article is based on a webinar within the project Flexi-Sync and describes the approach taken in the project to optimise district energy flexibility.
Scaling is essential, but also challenging. Learn more about recommendations for successfully scaling your heating and cooling demonstrator projects.
This checklist provides guidance on what steps to take to improve your chances of aquiring funding for the scaling and replication of your demonstration project.
This text from the ReUseHeat project defines a performance assessment procedure, and applies it to four solutions for urban excess heat recovery.
This text describes Energy System Integration and the role of district heating and cooling in the new European Commission Strategy on Energy System Integration.
This database collects useful web applications and interactive maps from around the world to be used for the study of sustainable Energy Systems.