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RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES FOR DISTRICT HEATING AND COOLING


Welcome to our RES DHC website! Here we provide you with news, information and know-how on transforming DHC systems towards higher shares of renewable energy sources.

DECARBONISATION

Transformation of existing district heating and cooling systems is a key issue for the heat transition.

EVENTS

Upcoming events, webinars or trainings provide opportunities for exchange and collaboration.

KNOWLEDGE

Useful resources, tools and latest results are available for download here.

H2020 PROJECT

What is the project RES-DHC and how does it work?

This project is represented in:

EU     AT     DK     FR     DE     IT     PL     CH

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How To…

take the first steps towards transforming your DHC system

DECARBONISATION

Transforming heat supply to RES DHC increases local added value and provides liveable climate conditions for the future

POWER-TO-HEAT

Coupling DHC with renewable electricity provides support to the power grid, making it more resilient

SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY

Freely-available solar energy can potentially provide more than the half of the annual heat demand

DEEP GEOTHERMAL ENERGY

Deep geothermal energy has large potential to supply base load heat with up to more than a hundred mega watts

INDUSTRIAL WASTE HEAT

Integration of surplus heat into DHC increases system efficiency and reduces primary energy consumption

BIOENERGY

Biomass as a renewable energy source can be used for heat only as well as for combined heat and power (CHP) production and can be easily stored

LOW TEMPERATURE USE

Smart integration of heat pumps in DHC provides heat at lower, more-useful temperatures

DISTRIBUTION

DHC networks connect local renewable energy sources with consumers by supplying heat through a series of pipes

MULTI-FUNCTIONAL HEAT STORAGE

Thermal storage provides flexibility to heat generators and security of energy supply

Take a look at the RES DHC Leaflet.

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