May 2019

A joint workshop “Solar & Thermal Energy: Europe’s precious energy sources for efficient industries and buildings” will be a part of the Sustainable places 2019 conference. It will take place on Thursday 6th June from 14:00 in Cagliari, Italy.

The workshop about the social acceptance of renewable energy technologies is co-organized by THERMOSS project and four other innovative Horizon 2020 projects (HYCOOL, SHIP2FAIR, SUNHORIZON and HYBUILD) involved in developing sustainable energy solutions for both the residential and industrial sectors.

The Sustainable places conference is a platform for sharing ideas and thoughts about designing, building and retrofitting the places we live and work in a more sustainable way.

You can still register for the workshop via this link and for the conference here.

As EuroSun 2018 Conference Proceedings were published online recently, we are happy to show you the conference paper about THERMOSS project.

The paper titled “Comparative Dynamic Performance Tests of Two Real Technology Packages for Buildings Heating System Retrofit” was written by David Chèze, Nicolas Lamaison, Patric Breitenbach and Federica Fuligni for the EuroSun 2018 Conference that took place from 10th to 13th September 2018 in Rapperswil, Switzerland.

As the title of the paper suggests it contains all the details about the comparative tests of SHP & HIU technology packages developed by THERMOSS.

Find the full paper in our download section:

https://thermoss.eu/download/papers/

Stephanie Gauthier from the University of Southampton attended the “International Conference on Renewable Energy 2019” (ICREN19). At the conference, Stephanie presented a new THERMOSS project poster, that summarizes all the basic information about our UK demo sites and you can download it here.

The ICREN19 is an annual meeting held in different countries focusing on international participation of researchers with an interest in renewable energy studies. This year, it took place from 24th to 26th April at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France.

Download the poster in our downloads section.

Find the abstract of the presentation here.