Four Horizon 2020 projects – Heat Roadmap Europe (HRE), Hotmaps, Planheat and Thermos – discussed ground-breaking modelling tools for heating and cooling planning during an interactive workshop organised in Denmark. The workshop emphasised the importance of research, innovation and demonstration projects for thermal planning tools.
The event will be organized within the Dynamic Light project supported by the INTERREG Central Europe platform. The event shall be attended by decision-makers as well as policy and procurement officers on municipal and regional level; street light engineers, architects, urban planners, and designers; researchers, lecturers, and trainers on technical, financial and legal aspects of public infrastructure who would like to integrate our trainings into their courses.
INEA has signed grant agreements with 29 projects that were selected for H2020 Energy funding. Some projects have already started, whereas the others will be launched the latest by January 2019.
“While the world is becoming more energy efficient, strong global growth is offsetting those gains. As a result, we are consuming more energy and emitting more carbon dioxide.”
The European Heat Pump Association (EHPA) is pleased to invite you to the second edition of the HPCY webinar series. This series is dedicated to presenting best practices from the Heat Pump City of the Year award (HPCY) as well as from other EU projects that promote innovative solutions for the decarbonisation of the heating and cooling sector in Europe.
The population of Oskemen in East Kazakhstan will benefit from the introduction of modern energy efficient diesel buses, which will partially replace the city’s ageing public transport fleet with the help of an EBRD loan.
At EMCE 2019, Industry shall present their newest services, technologies and future designs in the field of E-Mobility, Power Distribution as well as Energy Storage.