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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...
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...
Conference “Decarbonising Cities with Unconventional Sources”
The ReUseHeat project and Celsius Initiative organise together their final conference. Key findings on the waste heat potential and urban waste heat recovery will be presented at L42 Business Center, Brussels on September 7th. The conference is co-hosted by the LIFE4HeatRecovery project.
Position Paper on Key Texts of the European Commission's Fit for 55 Package
The European Commission’s proposals will have a big impact on DHC, and the wider H&C sector. REWARDHeat is well placed to provide important knowledge and can give input to the ongoing policy discussion and the revision of the chosen directives.
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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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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