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.
This article presents three methods for optimising the operation of a District Heating/District Cooling network, focusing on the utility side of the network.
This article presents an overview of Thermal Energy Storage (TES), which can help balance energy demand and supply over time – and reduce CO2 emissions and costs.
The IEA publication Solar Heat for cities: The sustainable solution provides information about solar heating for cities and showcases nine solar district heating systems built in Europen cities.
This article describes different ways to optimise the production and supply of district heat and cooling, from smaller to larger optimisations.
Sewage water can be used to recover waste heat for heating or cooling buildings, and the use of waste water has high energy potential.
This article describes strategies to improve energy efficiency in data centres – such as using waste heat for district heating systems.
In this text you can learn about waste incineration and Waste-to-energy (WtE). It also describes the method’s role in recycling and its part in a circular economy.