Interview with Dr. Tobias Fleiter, Coordinator of the Business Unit “Demand Analyses and Projections” at the Competence Center Energy Technology and Energy Systems of the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI in Germany.
Dr. Fleiter introduces the FORECAST model and how it functions, explains its importance and added value, outlines how it can facilitate energy planning and summarises the key results and messages already coming out of the FORECAST model, as brought to you by the Heat Roadmap Europe (HRE) project.
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Interview with Dr. Urban Persson, Assistant Professor for Energy Technology at the School of Business, Engineering and Science at Halmstad University in Sweden.
Dr. Persson introduces the Pan-European Thermal Atlas (Peta4) of the Heat Roadmap Europe project, explains how it functions, outlines the benefits stakeolders can gain by utilizing it and provides key messages of the use of this powerful, free-to-use heating and cooling mapping platform brought to you by the Heat Roadmap Europe (HRE) project.
Watch all 4 clips here.
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An overview of what the Smart Energy System concept would look like in Denmark, produced by Blue Planet Innovation.
The Smart Heating Europe video explains some of the key concepts behind Heat Roadmap Europe studies.
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Learn more about HRE4 with the videos from the HRE4 Workshop that took place in Brussels, on the 7th of March 2017. Here you can find all of the four videos for this workshop.
Overview of some key features in version 4 of the Pan-European Thermal Atlas, which is freely accessible from here.
A lecture-style explanation of the current energy system, and the role of sustainable heating in an energy transformation.
Eco Eye is a documentary-style series broadcast on RTÉ One. This episode looks at a post-fossil fuel future, and the ways in which European countries are aiming to achieve this. It includes a segment on the role of harnessing waste heat, and the role it can play in decoupling carbon emissions from growth.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 695989.