In 2018, the most important take-aways of the project will be presented in a series of 14 webinars. The project's methods and results will be introduced and the value of the findings will beexplained to the audience in 14 one-hour sessions, stretching from March to December with a summer break. In the table below you can see the schedule for spring 2018.
The webinars are held every two weeks and are free and easily accessible as participants can attend via web browser.
Brian Vad Mathiesen, Professor at Aalborg University, Denmark, and Coordinator of Heat Roadmap Europe, introduces the project, explains its purpose and contribution and presents the achievements so far.
Dr. Bernd Möller, Professor at Europa-Universtät Flensburg, will explain the importance of energy mapping in Europe and the contribution of Pan-European Thermal Atlas (Peta 4.2) along with the methodology behind it and how it is used. Register here.
Brian Vad Mathiesen, Professor at Aalborg University and HRE Coordinator, and Andrei David, PhD Fellow at Aalborg Univeristy, will present about the use of heat pumps in integrated heat and energy planning. Register here.
Dr. Robert Harmsen, Assistant Professor at Utrecht University, will present the methodology of calculating the cost for reducing heating and cooling demand in industry. Register here.
Pär Dalin, President at DEVCCO, will present the how the current technologies can contribute to the covering the cooling demands and how they can be used in integrated cooling systems. Register here.
Dr. Tobias Fleiter, Coordinator at Fraunhofer ISI, will present the data about heating and cooling profiles along with their use in the baseline scenarios for the current energy systems in Europe. Register here.
Dr. Ulrich Reiter, TEP Energy, will present the methodology about calculating the costs for reducing heating and cooling demand in buildings. Register here.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 695989.