This text from the ReUseHeat project defines a performance assessment procedure, and applies it to four solutions for urban excess heat recovery.
Policy & Planning articles
This text describes Energy System Integration and the role of district heating and cooling in the new European Commission Strategy on Energy System Integration.
The European Green Deal puts Europe on the path to climate neutrality by 2050. In this text, you will find links to more information about this crucial policy action plan.
“We don´t lack money, we lack good projects to lend money to”, “future investments will be extreme transparent” and “keep on working with...
District heating will have a key role in the decarbonisation ambition for the EU. At the same time, the DHC systems are governed by numerous laws and policies, at EU, national and local levels.
“We don’t lack money, but we lack good projects to lend money to” – answered a banker during an interview on financing urban excess heat...
Interconnecting cities district heating grids can achieve more efficient production units, better economics and more resilience.
DH systems operating at lower temperatures than conventional systems enable utilizing heat sources with low temperature like waste heat.
The utilisation of residential buildings as thermal energy storage has been implemented in a pilot project i Kvillebäcken in Sweden.
This webinar focuses on surplus heat recuperation from a public transportation system, and from a waste incineration plant.
This presentation suggests how to lower carbon emissions in cities, and lists reasons why better planning is needed.
Examples of local heat planning for renewable district heating solutions is presented, with experiences from the Denmark, Milan and London.