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On Wednesday 14th March, THERMOSS representatives assisted the HEAT4COOL’s first technical workshop at Mostra Convegno Expocomfort (MCE) in Milan, Italy. The workshop comprised of three sessions including Heating and Cooling system simulation tools, where Exergy presented the innovative WARMe developments, which started initially with the THERMOSS project.

The THERMOSS project was introduced within a FENIX ´s presentation at the EKOinnovation Forum on 30th November in Krtiny, Czech Republic. The forum aims to accelerate the emergence of modern solutions into everyday life. Participants were provided with an interesting discussion of current and future trends in this area and introduced modern sustainable technologies that can provide European Union countries with global competitiveness.

 

 

On 22nd November 2017, the Technological Center of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic organized an information day focused on the Horizon 2020 programme (with emphasis on Nanotechnology, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing) in the National Technical Library in Prague. The THERMOSS project was introduced by Petra Colantonio from FENIX TNT.

 

As part of the THERMOSS Project, the innovative heating technology packages provided by BOSCH are initially tested in the facilities of CEA INES, the French National Institute for Solar Energy located in Bourget du Lac, before being installed in real demonstration sites.

Currently, CEA is running tests to evaluate Bosch technology packages primary energy savings. In the frame of WP5 “Deployment and Demonstration”, the tests are now performed with the heating substation HIU E PLUS from Bosch (HIU – “Heat Interface Unit”). The latter is meant for individual instantaneous space heating (from 1.5 to 15kW) and instantaneous domestic hot water preparation (until 39kW). After a positive result from the test, the new heating substations will replace the older components of building block apartments in Southampton, in collaboration with Southampton University.