progRESsHEAT Final dissemination webinars: How to accelerate the deployment of renewables in heating & cooling systems?
30 October 2017
Over the past 2,5 years, the progRESsHEAT project has been seeking to assist local, regional, national and EU political leaders in developing policy and strategies to ensure a quick and efficient deployment of renewables in heating and cooling (...)
Just released: "Boosting renewables in heating & cooling systems and energy efficiency - Recommendations to guide and inspire policy makers"
9 October 2017
The progRESsHEAT project has just released a new publication: "Boosting renewables in heating & cooling systems and energy efficiency - Recommendations to guide and inspire policy makers"
In 2015, about 50% of the final energy consumed in (...)
Supplier obligation can be a cost effective model for more renewable energies in the heat sector
17 May 2017
About a year ago the EU Commission put its highly regarded proposal for a heating and cooling strategy forward in order to support the use of renewable energies comprehensively.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI - (...)
The progRESsHEAT team in Herten: A journey through time!
12 April 2017
On the occasion of a project meeting held end of March in Düsseldorf, Germany, the progRESsHEAT team took a tour to Herten, one of the case study cities of the project.
The day started with a presentation of the district heating system of the (...)
Smart District Heating and Cooling in Paris Saclay: The most innovative DHC grids in Europe
21 February 2017
This article is an excerpt from the publication:
Efficient district heating and cooling systems in the EU
Case studies analysis, replicable key success factors and potential policy implications
French district heating systems have been (...)
25 January 2017 // Smart Reflex webinar: Renewable district heating and local heat planning
11 January 2017
Organised in the framework of the Smart Reflex project
Heat planning at local level is a crucial activity to ensure that renewable energy sources available in the area are adequately exploited, thus creating economic and (...)
How to develop support schemes for Renewable Heating and Cooling: A publication by the FROnT project
3 November 2016
The FROnT project is an IEE project closely linked to porgRESsHEAT as it aims at promoting a level playing field for Renewable Heating and Cooling (RHC) in Europe, and develop strategies for its greater deployment.
The FROnT manual of good (...)
Missed the progRESsHEAT webinars? Watch the recordings!
12 September 2016
In the framework of the progRESsHEAT project, we are holding a series of webinars on various topics related to district heating and cooling.
Three webinars already took place: Assessing the potential for combined heat and power in EU member (...)
Webinars: Denmark’s successful district heating system, Waste heat & district heating
11 August 2016
The progRESsHEAT project team warmly invites you to participate in two webinars: The success story of the extensive Danish district heating system
31 August 2016, 14:00-15:30
This webinar will focus on the success story of the extensive (...)
progRESsHEAT webinar on 24 June: Assessing the potential for combined heat and power in EU member states – insights from Austria and Germany
8 June 2016
The EU Energy Efficiency Directive requires Member States to assess potentials for Combined-heat- power applications and district heating solutions based on regional information. Most member states have submitted assessments to the Commission. (...)