Act!onHeat Training Programme 2024: Session 2 Webinar


The second session of the Act!onHeat Training Programme focused on using digital tools for making the design of heating and cooling networks more efficient in cities. The software THERMOS provides instant analyses for optimising local district energy network planning processes to facilitate the deployment of new low-carbon heating and cooling systems and a fast upgrade, refurbishment, and expansion of existing systems.

During this session, we heard from two European cities already experienced in using the tool for their district heating planning, as well as from the software developers, CSE.

Missed the second session? Watch the full recording here. You can also find the presentations of all speakers below.

Register for the final session in the series here.

Optimising the design of district heating and cooling networks

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The training programme is part of the EU-funded ActionHeat Project including partners from Fraunhofer ISI, e-think, Creara, CSE — Centre for Sustainable Energy, Technische Universität Wien, eclareon, and ICLEI Europe.

Learn more about the full Training Programme here.


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