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THERMOSS project has just hit the 30th month of its progress. Therefore, the Consortium met at the end of March at the facilities of Riga Technical University (RTU) in Latvia.

The General Assembly have discussed all project achievements, updates, plans and future goals for the remaining 12 months of the project. During the meeting, FENIX TNT interviewed some partners whose relevant experience in THERMOSS project will be assembled in a project video. The Consortium has also visited the Latvian pilot sites.

The Latvian residential demo sites are important as they are mainly detached houses. In the 4 houses, different technologies will be installed, such as micro fuel cells, gas absorption heat pump and hybrid heat pumps. The micro fuel cell uses gas to generate electricity for daily usage without any extra costs, while the gas absorption heat pump produces heat by extracting it from the air.

All these technologies use gas as a fuel to some extent but are not yet very much present in Latvian territory. That means THERMOSS is really a ground-breaking project. We are already looking forward to our next project workshop at Sustainable Places 2019.

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Last week in Amsterdam, our Project Partner CEA presented THERMOSS project developments at City-Zen Days. The focus was on the “2 WAYS SUB STATION” heat interface unit developed at CEA as a part of THERMOSS Project. You can learn a bit more about it in the poster of the event, by Nicolas Lamaison (CEA).

City-zen Days Amsterdam showcases innovative projects aimed at building a methodology and tools for energy efficient cities, industries and citizens.

Take a look at our poster if you want to know more about how the two-way-substation helps to create new generation heating networks!


THERMOSS project representatives submitted an abstract to the Solar World Congress 2019.

Organised by the International Solar Energy Society (ISES), the International Energy Agency’s Solar Heating and Cooling Programme (IEA SHC) and Chile’s Solar Energy Research Center (SERC), the Congress will be held alongside the IEA SHC 2019 Conference from 4-7 November 2019 in Santiago, Chile.

Its goal is to share innovative ideas around the topic of transforming energy systems and markets, sending people home “inspired and motivated to continue moving the world towards 100% renewable energy”.

During the Congress, various projects will be presented and forums, policy discussions and business exhibits will be open for all participants. There will also be a plethora of workshops.

The abstract upload is now closed and we already look forward to the beginning of November!

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.

EuroSun 2018 Conference

We are happy that we can share details about THERMOSS project with you!

A scientific paper named “Comparative Dynamic Performance Tests of Two Real Technology Packages for Buildings Heating System Retrofit” by David Chèze, Nicolas Lamaison, Patric Breitenbach and Federica Fuligni was presented at the ISES EuroSun 2018 Conference.

EuroSun 2018 Conference was the 12th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry and took place in Rapperswil, Switzerland from 10th to 13th September 2018.

This twelve-page paper was recently published online with DOI so you can read it yourself at

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:

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:

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.