Focusing on cutting-edge, high-potential, and market-ready technologies that will break the paradigm of the current approach
Proposing an industry-focused & innovation-intensive approach for effective and wide-scale building heating and cooling systems
Validating through the district heating / cooling experimental network at seven test sites and covering three climates
Up to 30% in Energy savings, competitiveness, as well as social, environmental and economic positive effects
Global R&D leaders in Energy and Infrastructural solutions together in THERMOSS
THE SCOPE OF THE PROJECT
The main goals of the project are to provide an outstanding contribution to the EU-wide deployment of advanced technologies for heating and cooling, enhance the energy efficiency of residential buildings and facilitate their connection to district heating and cooling networks.
THERMOSS project is trying to bring modern technologies to save energy and costs to...
Ensure an efficient match between supply and demand of energy through real-time management of thermal energy at building level, then scaled up to district level for District Heating and Cooling (DHC) connected buildings.
Increase the efficiency of residential building thermal retrofitting, with a target of 30% energy consumption reduction.
Sharpen the construction and energy industry awareness as to the need to provide open access to a heating / cooling technology database to promote the deployment of the most effective solutions.
Demonstrate a high potential of replication throughout Europe, allowing a large market introduction of the selected THERMOSS solutions before 2025, while guaranteeing a payback period below 10 years, by bringing the proposed THERMOSS technological solutions to a TRL 7.