We are pleased to share that we are one of the hosts the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) 2021 Networking Village.
From 25 – 29 October, Celsius will offer two daily opportunities to have an informal chat with leading experts on different topics related to heating and cooling in European cities. Make sure you register for EUSEW and drop in to our digital fika (a Swedish way of sharing coffee, pastries and small-talk) at 9:30 and at 14:30 every day.
Monday, 25 October
9:30 – Dublin – Waste heat from data center project (John O’ Shea, Codema) Click here to enter the meeting
14:30 – The role of heat pumps in decarbonising cities (A winner of the EHPA Awards) Click here to enter the meeting
Tuesday, 26 October
9:30 – Vilnius – Transition from 3rd to 4th generation DH / District cooling (Paulius Martinkus, Vilnius District Heating Company) Click here to enter the meeting
14:30 – Stakeholder engagement (Amélie Ancelle, Energy Cities) Click here to enter the meeting
Wednesday, 27 October
9:30 – Belgrade – Removing fossil fuels as energy sources in district energy networks (Biljana Marković, JKP Beogradske elektrane) Click here to enter the meeting
14:30 – Cooling – Renewable Cooling under the Revised Renewable Energy Directive (Lukas Kranz, TU Wien) Click here to enter the meeting
Thursday, 28 October
9:30 – Umeå – the Open Data Umeå platform (Torgny Forss, Municipality of Umeå) Click here to enter the meeting
4:30 – Flexibility in energy systems (David Steen and Per Löveryd, FlexiGrid) Click here to enter the meeting
Friday, 29 October
9:30 – Strasbourg – Energy democracy (Jacqui Cullen, Ville et Eurométropole de Strasbourg) Click here to enter the meeting
14:30 – Financing (Jorge Rodrigues de Almeida, Smart Cities Marketplace) Click here to enter the meeting
EUSEW, taking place from 25 to 29 October, is the biggest event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe, and this year’s online edition will be no exception. Featuring a 4-day Policy Conference, an Awards Ceremony, the European Youth Energy Day and the Networking Village, the event provides valuable opportunities to engage with leading minds and practitioners in the field of clean energy.
Participants will be able to visit the online Networking Village to connect with thousands of clean energy researchers, enthusiasts, industry representatives and more. Spanning one-to-one meetings, an interactive exhibition and inspiring Energy Talks, this year’s Networking Village offers a unique opportunity to form new connections and kickstart new projects.