COOL DH & Celsius Talk: Low Temperature District Heating
You are kindly invited to the upcoming COOL DH & Celsius Talk on low temperature district heating (LTDH) on Thursday April 16th at 10:30 CET.
The future is now! Decarbonised district heating systems are already here and some of them are spelled “LTDH”. As a matter of fact, low temperature district heating can prove to be an important part in keeping the globe’s temperature low as well. This webinar is hosted in partnership with COOL DH, a Swedish-Danish, EU-funded project aimed towards the development and demonstration of LTDH systems. Together with COOL DH we will present some of the opportunities and challenges cities may encounter in their endeavour towards a sustainable and efficient energy system. We will cover how to plan for the deployment of new DHC systems, as well as the extension and refurbishing of existing ones to a higher standard, using local low-grade heat sources.
Listen, exchange and connect with:
- Sten Gravenslund Olesen, Project Manager in Smart Energy Systems at COWI, who will present the concept and technologies behind low temperature district heating and the various benefits it presents.
- Sara Kralmark – Project manager within business development at Kraftringen, who will present innovative business model solutions associated to LTDH systems, with focus on the COOL DH demo site of Brunnshög in Lund, Sweden.
- Christian Holm Christiansen– Senior Specialist at the Danish Technological Institute (DTI), who will describe some of the obstacles that can be encountered and that need to be solved beforehand.
- Gabriele Pesce– Project Officer at Euroheat & Power, whom will be the moderator.
Don’t miss this chance to know more about how to take the step into the sustainable future of the heating sector!
|Sten Gravenslund Olesen – Project Manager in Smart Energy Systems at COWI
With over 20 years of experience in design and implementation of energy savings in buildings and for the industry sector as well as with the transition of the district heating sector towards low-temperature energy supply. In recent years, Steen has worked with development and testing of models for advanced utilisation of BigData to promote the implementation of smart energy systems on city level.
|Sara Kralmark – Project manager within business development at Kraftringen
Since 2013 Sara has been managing technical and business development projects in the energy sector, contributing to sustainable city development. Her experience ranges from EU projects and innovation processes to RnD studies in a wide range of subjects. Currently she is responsible for the investigation of Kraftringen’s possible LTDH business models
|Christian Holm Christiansen – Senior Specialist at the Danish Technological Institute (DTI)
A specialist in energy products and systems since 1995, Christian is a technical expert in the field of district heating and has been involved in various research and demonstration projects on low temperature district heating and energy efficiency in buildings. Currently, he is part of the Horizon 2020 project RELaTED investigating concepts of ultra-low temperature district heating and distributed energy resources.
|Gabriele Pesce – Project Officer at Euroheat & Power
Gabriele is specialised in project management with vast experience in preparation, design and management of EU projects and tenders within different financing programmes. He organises, coordinates and supports the DHC+ team and the Euroheat accountant in managing financial aspects, related to EU projectsIn the field of advocacy, he follows the files concerning Sustainable Finance.