Lessons learned from the Integration of Heat Pumps in District Heat Networks

Wednesday 7th July 2021 10:00 to 12:30

Registration open - Energy Centre

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It has been recognised that heat networks are an important element in the decarbonisation of heating and cooling of buildings in the UK. This interactive meeting will bring together UK and European experts to discuss the use of district heat networks to reduce carbon and deliver heating, cooling and power in a low carbon way. 

 

Timings: 10.00am - 12.30

 

Programme 

  • ectogrid - An energy solution for future sustainable cities - Helen Carlström, EON Group
  • Lessons from Norway  - Gert Neilson, Xrgy 
  • Queens Quay regeneration project and the use of District Heating - Jonathan Bowes, Strathclyde University
  • Interactive facilitated networking and discussion - Carole Bond
  • GreenSCIES - Heat pump integration into 5th generation networks - Chris Dunham, Carbon Descent
  • D2GRIDS project - Demand-driven Grids a thermal smart grid is based on low temperatures - Herman Eijdems, Mijnwater
  • COOL DH - Case study of a 5th generation district heating network in Lund Sweden - Ali Moallemi
 
 

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