Smart networks 
integrating renewable and
waste energy sources


The overall objective of REWARDHeat is to demonstrate a new generation of low-temperature district heating and cooling networks, which will be able to recover renewable and waste heat, available at low temperature. Read more...

Expected Results

REWARDHeat will demonstrate cost-effective solutions for DHC systems, which can satisfy at least 80% of the energy demand of the system with locally-available renewable energy and waste heat sources. Read more...

News + Events

Newsletter #4 - Smart networks integrating renewable and waste energy sources

To learn more about the project and our ongoing efforts, read the fourth newsletter.

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DHC Scenarios

A heating sector model was designed and applied for each demonstrator in the RewardHeat project. The TIMES model generator was used to build and model nine scenarios.

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Green Heating and Cooling Workshop: Heat Pump RD&I in EU Projects

The aim of the event was to debate what is needed for the EU to effectively and thoroughly decarbonize "heating and cooling" on the way to a climate neutral Europe by 2050.


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Demonstration Networks and partners

The REWARDHeat project is coordinated by EURAC Research, based in Italy, and involves a total of 28 partners from 10 European countries.
Partners include industrial organisations, utilities, SMEs, research organisations, universities, and international associations.

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