Heat Roadmap Germany:
Aligning district energy and building energy renovation –
A vision on strategic integrations
BPIE organised a workshop in Berlin on 24 January 2019, in the context of the Heat Roadmap project.
A morning session focused on the link between district energy and building renovation and how to align governance in a strategic approach to combine and integrate the two areas, with presentations from the project and frontrunner cities.
In the afternoon, a Market Uptake Dialogue presented business cases and business strategies to encourage market uptake. The event focused on how to decarbonise the energy system, gathering and discussing cases from the audience to investigate replicability. How to address barriers for the market uptake of recommended heating and cooling solutions?
You can access the presentations here:
HRE – Political and technical implications from the European heating and cooling transition – Tobias Fleiter, Fraunhofer ISI
The main pillars to decarbonise the Heating & Cooling sectors – Susana Paardekoper, Aalborg University
Aligning governance in a strategic approach to combine district energy & building energy renovation – Roberta d’Angiolella, Martin De Groote, BPIE
From HRE results to governance requirements: realizing innovative district approaches & recommendations for Germany – George Stiff, ICLEI
Future of cooling and district systems – Jakob Bjerregaard, Devcco
Opportunities & barriers towards a low-carbon district approach, the case of Essen, Germany – Kai Lipsius, Essen Green Capital Agency
Opportunities & barriers towards a low-carbon district approach, the case of Treviso, Italy – Marina Coghetto, Province of Treviso
Opportunities & barriers towards a low-carbon district approach, the case of Treviso, Italy – Maurizio Tufaro, Province of Treviso
Business cases and strategies for decarbonising districts: Country-specific relevance of identified solutions – Daniel Trier, PlanEnergi
Agenda can be found here.