Workshops

We are happy to announce that THERMOSS policy workshop is planned for the 9th January 2020. The topic of the workshop is “Can we achieve zero carbon in buildings by 2050?” and it will take place in Southampton, UK. The workshop will be co-organised by FENIX TNT and the University of Southampton. You can read all the details about the workshop and see its full agenda on our website – here.

The registrations are already open – save the date & see you soon in Southampton!

On 6th of June a joint workshop “Solar & Thermal Energy: Europe’s precious energy sources for efficient industries and buildings” took place at the Sustainable places 2019 conference in Cagliari (Italy).
THERMOSS project was a part of the joint workshop organised alongside HYCOOL, SHIP2FAIR, SUNHORIZON and HYBUILD, projects joined by the common focus on solar energy used for efficient heating or cooling production systems. THERMOSS Project Coordinator, Ms Federica Fuligni from EXERGY presented the achievements of the THERMOSS project, with a special focus on optimization of the energy systems at different levels, from central systems to district heating networks.
Presentations of each project were followed by questions regarding technical challenges, the role of digitalization and social acceptance of the innovative systems. The following discussion revolved around similarities and differences of presented projects. A special focus was given to the improvement of shortcomings in future initiatives.
Sustainable Places has been a success for the THERMOSS project and we already look forward to the next year!

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.

Federica Fuligni from EXERGY presented updates about THERMOSS project at the “SAVE TODAY, USE TOMORROW!” workshop. The workshop took place in Wels, Austria on 28th February 2019 and was a part of World Sustainable Energy Days 2019, session “Innovation Workshops Energy and Buildings.” The topic of the workshop revolved around thermal energy storage systems and six different European projects were presented.

General projects presentations were followed by an interactive poster session and discussion about goals, plans and achievements. We were more than happy to share our thoughts and experiences with other professionals and spread the word about our project.

It was a pleasure to meet our partners, researchers, professionals and the general public interested in the topic of thermal energy storage.

Thanks to all the people involved, and all the people that attended the workshop.

See you next time!

Frankfurt WS

On 12th March 2019, THERMOSS coordinator and project partners gathered at “Towards low carbon heating and cooling in buildings” workshop organized within the framework of ISH fair in Frankfurt, Germany.

Three H2020 projects – THERMOSS, Heat4Cool and SunHorizon – were presented and representatives of these projects explained how their technology benefits both the building sector and environment.

The THERMOSS approach was presented by project coordinator Federica Fuligni from EXERGY to the audience of more than 50 people. The project introduction was followed by two sessions of presentations called “Coupling renewable and heating & cooling solutions/New technologies” and “How digital solution can support the decarbonisation of heating and cooling?”

At the end of each session, the audience had an opportunity to raise questions during panel discussions. It was great to talk with fellow professionals about different ways to reduce buildings’ energy consumption and CO2 emissions while increasing cost savings.

See our photo report in the gallery.

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