News & Events
DHC Investor Workshop
The REWARDHeat DHC Investor workshop will take place on 24th June from 10:30-12:00 CET. The event focuses on potential investors in the field of district heating and cooling to inform about the potential of the project’s innovations and to explore ways to leverage private financing into the sector.
Waste heat solutions for Europe’s green recovery
There is enough waste heat available in Europe to meet the demands of the entire building stock. Following the energy efficiency first principle, it is essential that this surplus energy is put to good use.
Heat Pump technology demonstrators: Find out more about the innovative uses of Heat Pumps and the way the ideas and systems are tested and demonstrated beforehand in pilot sites all over Europe.
REWARDHeat predesign tool
One of the main REWARDHeat objectives is the development of an open-source and free-available tool capable of providing predesign information of low- and neutral-temperature district heating systems.
Sustainable Places 2020
REWARDHeat project, participated in a workshop, within Sustainable Places 2020 conference,on the integration of renewable heating and cooling technologies in DHC solutions for sustainable living.
Installation of shunt in Albertslund
A shunt has been installed in the Albertslund demonstrator network, allowing the operator to lower/optimise the temperature in the housing area “behind” the shunt.
Webinar - Integral in District Heating
On July 30th, 2020 EHPA hosted the webinar “Heat Pumps - Integral in District Heating”, in which four innovative projects promoting heat pumps in different district heating applications across Europe have been presented.
Kick off event in Bolzano
The RewardHeat project officially kicked off on October 8th, 2019 at the first consortium meeting in Bolzano, Italy. Funded by INEA in the framework of the Horizon 2020 programme, REWARDHeat is coordinated by the Italian research institute EURAC.
REWARDHeat 1. Project Meeting
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in Europe, the first project meeting was held online on April 23-24. All project partners actively participated in a lively discussion over the course of the 2-day-event.
Webinar 5th Generation DHC
Renewable and waste heat resources are readily available in urban environments. A new generation of highly efficient district heating and cooling networks is needed to harvest these resources and use them to meet local energy demand.