The EU funded Cheap-GSHPs project (Cheap and efficient application of reliable Ground Source Heat exchangers and Pumps ) aims to reduce capital and operating costs of shallow geothermal installation for heating and cooling, as well as improve their safety during installation and operation.
Post date: 23 cze 2017
The TESSe2b consortium would like to invite you to the Workshop on the subject „Thermal Energy Storage System for Energy Efficient Buildings“, which is part of the EU-supported project TESSe2b.
Post date: 30 Maj 2017
Post date: 25 Maj 2017
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:
Post date: 25 Maj 2017
This report, released by the European Geothermal Energy Council (EGEC) shows that over the last five years (2012-2016), the use of geothermal energy, particularly for heat, has slowly but steadily increased across Europe. In the European continent, there exist more than 100 geothermal power plants, with an installed capacity that amounted to around 2.5 GWe in 2016 (of which 1 GWe in the European Union, the others being shared between Turkey and Iceland); a major increase is expected by 2020 (rapid growth of the Turkish capacity).
Post date: 18 Maj 2017
hybridGEOTABS first newsletter contains a short introduction to the technology and objectives of this Horizon 2020 research project. It also gives a summary of progress as shared at the recent project meeting in Finland; in particular, the chosen demo buildings and technical developments.
Post date: 24 mar 2017
hybridGEOTABS first newsletter contains a short introduction to the technology and objectives of the research project. It also gives a summary of progress as shared at the recent project meeting in Finland, in particular, the chosen demo buildings and technical developments.
Post date: 21 mar 2017
Geothermal energy is limitless, ubiquitous and free at the point of use. When combined with the very high energy efficiency of TABS and application range of hybrid systems, it offers huge potential to meet heating and cooling needs in Europe, and reduce CO2 emissions.
Post date: 17 mar 2017
GEOTABS is an acronym for the combination of geothermal heat pumps with thermally activated building systems (TABS). It is an innovative clean technology for energy efficient and healthy buildings which has several advantages; the radiant heating and cooling system has already proven to be one of the most comfortable ways to condition indoor spaces, especially multi-storey offices.
Post date: 15 mar 2017
The European Geothermal Energy Council gives a tepid welcome to the EU Commission’s proposals for the revision of the EU energy framework.
The European Commission unveiled the “Clean Energy Package” including, amongs other things, the revision of the directives on Renewable Energy (2009/28/EC), the Energy Performance of Buildings (2010/31/EU), Energy Efficiency (2012/27/EU), and the design of the electricity market.
Post date: 5 gru 2016