heat recovery

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Description: District Cooling and Heating:   The 7th edition of the International DHC + Summer School is organised in collaboration with the French consortium led by Efficacity and Les Mines ParisTech (with the support of Dalkia, ENGIE, Danfoss & Kamstrup). It will take place from 25 to 31 August 2019 in Paris and will bring together participants from all over the world for a full week of intensive training with key industry experts and academics.
Post date: 14 Jun 2019
Type: Event

The ReUseHeat report "Accessible Urban Waste Heat" shows a significant heat recovery potential from unconventional excess heat sources. Approximately 1.2 EJ (or 340 TWh) per year are possible to recover from data centres, metro stations, service sector buildings, and waste water treatment plants. This corresponds to more than 10 percent of the EU's total energy demand for heat and hot water, which is approximately 10.7 EJ (or 2,980 TWh).  
Post date: 13 May 2019
Type: News

The 2nd International Conference on Energy, Environment and Economics (ICEEE 2017) focuses on energy, environment and economics of energy systems and their applications.   Contributions are invited, but not limited to, the following topics:   Energy  
Post date: 25 May 2017
Type: Event

Case di Luce is an example of sustainable urban regeneration in a densely urbanized area. The site, located in the town of Bisceglie Italy, was a former industrial site that was not in use. All old building structures were demolished and the area cleaned up in order to give way to innovative energy efficiency constructions. Case di Luce is exactly that.  The building features low carbon design which leverages seasonal variations of the solar path in order to optimise the comfort of its tenants.
Post date: 15 Dec 2016
Type: Case

The HSB Living Lab is a residential block for student and guest researcher apartments that include flexible living units and multifunctional-shared space. Located at the Johanneberg Science Park district in Gothenbnurg (Sweden), HSB living lab is a showcase for how individuals can lead a sustainable lifestyle in their home. The 33 people residing in HSB live and work there in order to test the innovations and technical solutions equipped in the building.
Post date: 6 Jul 2016
Type: Case

This scheme is now closed.   “RYŚ” programme – Grants for thermo-renovation of single-family residential buildings in Poland   The “RYŚ” programme is administered by the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management WFOŚiGW. The fund was initiated in 2015 and is due to continue until 2023 with a total budget of €95M, that includes €29M for non-refundable forms of support.  
Post date: 30 May 2016
Type: Link

During the summer of 2015, a greywater heat recovery system covered 100% of the domestic hot water needs of 224 dwellings in Clichy-la Garenne (near Paris, France).  
Post date: 4 May 2016
Type: News

Innovative solutions offer decentralised ventilation integrated into building features
Post date: 21 Jul 2015
Type: News

Banking on energy savings Innovative business model pays for Soviet-era flats to become more energy efficient. Many of the Soviet era apartment blocks in Latvia are in poor technical condition, are corroding rapidly and highly energy inefficient, with little heat insulation and old-fashioned heating systems. But flat-owners in the cities of Valmiera and Cesis are achieving significant improvements to their properties without having to make any payment thanks to an innovative award-winning finance and renovation scheme that began in 2008.
Post date: 4 Feb 2014
Type: Case