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CEA is testing the Bosch technology packages for primary energy savings in THERMOSS, at French National Institute for Solar Energy. The current real heating system is running until 11th July on CEA’s semi-virtual dynamic thermal test bench, it is based on Bosch’s solar Combisystem Cerapur JUPA SHU10 GC9000, HDS 400 buffer tank, gas boiler backup is integrated and combined with SUPRAECO A SAS 4-2 ASE heat pump with outdoor split unit in climatic test chamber.

The THERMOSS project is one of the 155 energy efficient H2020 and FP7 projects presented in the 6th edition of the EeB PPP Project Review 2017.
This yearly publication presents the progress and results of 110 co-funded projects within the EeB PPP under the 7th framework programme (FP7) for 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 and 45 co-funded projects under the HORIZON 2020 programme for 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Read more at the European Construction, built environment and energy efficient building Technology Platform (ECTP)

The THERMOSS project was presented by Petra Colantonio from FENIX TNT during the Workshop of the Partnership
in Public and Private Sector in HORIZON 2020. The event was organised by the Technology centre CAS in Prague,
the Czech Republic and took place on 24th May 2017.
The aim of the workshop was to inform about results made during the programs PPP Factories of the Future,
Energy-efficient Buildings and SPIRE a Photonics.

The THERMOSS Leaflet and Roll Up Banner to be used during dissemination events were designed by EXERGY and can be downloaded from the section Documents.

The aim of the leaflet is to present main information about the project and to provide a simple form of familiarisation with the project to the general public. It gives the overview of the project concept, goals, approach and impact.

On the 7th and 8th September 2016, the THERMOSS project held its Kick-Off Meeting in Brussels, Belgium. The THERMOSS project aims to produce an outstanding contribution to the wider deployment of advanced building heating and cooling technologies in the EU, addressing the challenge of 30% energy consumption reduction in buildings and 20% in districts. THERMOSS was funded by the European Commission under its HORIZON2020 programme for Energy-Efficient Buildings. 12 partners from EU and Switzerland will collaborate and will be led by Exergy Ltd for the 42 months of the project duration.