DRIMPAC project was part of “Integration of renewable energy technologies in district heating and cooling solutions for sustainable living Workshop”
Yesterday, 28 of October 2020, DRIMPAC project was part of “Integration of renewable energy technologies in district heating and cooling solutions for sustainable living Workshop” during the second day of Sustainable Places, that this year, due to the pandemic, was held via webinar.
It’s always a pleasure to be able to showcase our objectives and challanges with the public of Sustainable Places!
There is a large potential to integrate substantial shares of renewable energy sources in district heating and/or cooling systems, reducing dependency of DHC on fossil fuels and ultimately leading to a more efficient and sustainable energy system. A number of EU funded projects are currently working on this topic. The objective of the workshop was to share each project concept with other sister projects and interested stakeholders in order to exchange new ideas, lessons learnt from implementation, proposals about the successful integration of renewable technologies in DHC. This year we were able to present the results reached in the first two year of the project. Thanks to Marco Barbagelata and STAM S.r.l. for representing our project! Thanks to Carolina Ferrandis Pomés, María Victoria Cambronero Vázquez and WEDISTRICT for charing and coordinating the event, and cheers to R2M Solution for organizing SP2020.
We were happy to be sharing the floor with all these amazing projects.
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