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We would like to invite you to the workshop “TOWARDS LOW CARBON HEATING AND COOLING IN BUILDINGS:  three different perspectives” at ISH: World’s leading trade fair for HVAC + Water

The workshop is a collaborative cluster event organised by three Horizon 2020 projects (SunHorizon, Heat4Cool, and Thermoss) and will take place on 12th March 2019  09:00-15:30 in Frankfurt (Germany) – Transparenz 2 in Portalhaus.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/towards-low-carbon-heating-and-cooling-in-buildings-three-different-perspectives-tickets-55973992719

Did you know that the building sector is considered the biggest single contributor to world energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions? It is now time for a change! Significant energy savings can be achieved in buildings if they are properly optimized. Let THERMOSS project help you select the most suitable solution for you.

Date: 24 January, 2019
Place: University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
Organizer: TESSe2b project

Both industry and academia will join together to discuss current innovations in the field of energy storage and efficiency in the built environment. The focus will be placed on integrated solutions for residential, commercial and public buildings using renewable sources.

We proudly share with you an article about the THERMOSS project published in the winter edition of the European Energy Innovation Magazine!

Find THERMOSS on page 35: http://www.europeanenergyinnovation.eu/OnlinePublication/Winter2018/mobile/index.html#p=34

European Energy Innovation provides a stream of high quality, well-written informative articles that will keep you up to date with the latest thinking on energy and transport in Europe – whether you work in the EU institutions, in industry or in academia.

The THERMOSS Consortium proudly share with you our third project newsletter, highlighting the latest news and information about THERMOSS progress. Read more about the new partners on board, new demo site and much more. Download the newsletter here.

Actors from the whole construction value-chain, including academia, industry, and representatives of the European Commission are currently discussing the topics of innovation in the Built Environment in Europe at the 8th ECTP conference. The topics of the event revolve around Energy Efficient Buildings, Infrastructure & Mobility, Materials & Sustainability, Heritage & Regeneration, and Active Ageing & Design. In addition, the ECTP conference offers an exhibition area in which key results from innovation projects are presented.

The consortium has gathered at the premises of Bosch for the fifth General Assembly meeting in Lollar, Germany. We welcomed two new partners Riga Technical University and Solid Power who have introduced themselves and explained their roles in the project. We are currently discussing project progress then, later, all partners will participate in an exploitation workshop to agree on the future use of THERMOSS results.