Involvment of the tenants in Gårdsten in Gothenburg has made it possible to install district heating to white goods.
This webinar focuses on surplus heat recuperation from a public transportation system, and from a waste incineration plant.
Thermal energy storage (TES) can balance the demand and supply during peak periods, as well as maximising system efficiency.
Two critical issues for end-users are low price and high-quality service, which are both essential in order to maintain long-term demand.
This presentation describes the long-term project by Gothenburg Energy on how to go ahead with short-term storage in buildings.
This presentation suggests how to lower carbon emissions in cities, and lists reasons why better planning is needed.
The market perspective of how to become more customer-oriented in district heating, and comfort agreements, are presented.
Examples of local heat planning for renewable district heating solutions are presented, with experiences from the Denmark, Milan and London.
From list of energy use solutions to strategy for energy transition. Than – create the plan for specific needs in the neighborhood.
The creation and implementation of London’s energy strategy is presented, as well as the London Heat Map that forms the city’s energy master plans.
The main drivers and barriers for the deployment of heat pumps in district energy systems are explored in this webinar.
This webinar shares information about economics and business models, funding types, risk analysis and pricing supported by examples and best practices from Göteborg Energi.
Based on Barcelona’s DistriClima experience, the financial risks associated with district heating investments are discussed this webinar.
A sound financial plan is crucial, when developing district energy systems in the cities.
A clear and reliable business model is the key for securing political and financial interest and attaining a return on investment.