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

AGENDA

09.00   Welcome Coffee & Registrations

09.30   Welcome

09.35   Keynote Speech on ongoing policies – Horizon 2020

  • Session 1: Project presentation by project coordinators

10.00   Heat4Cool

10.10   Thermoss

10.20   SunHorizon

  • Session 2: Coupling renewable and heating & cooling solutions/ New technologies

10.35   Adsorption and friends: Development of flexible solutions for solar thermal cooling, Fahrenheit – Heat4Cool, SunHorizon

10.50   Bringing Natural Gas at the highest electrical efficiency: The case of SOLIDpower – Thermoss

11.00   District heating pilot site in Budapest, Thermowatt – Heat4Cool

11.10   Solar and Heat pumps: How to couple the most socially accepted low carbon H&C technologies (BOOSTHEAT, TVP Solar, DualSun) –  SunHorizon

11.30   From data to value – Connectivity Solutions, Bosch Thermotechnik – Thermoss

11.40   PMC thermal storage: The new era of batteries, Sunamp – Heat4Cool

11.50   Panel discussion

  • 12.15   Lunch break 
  • Session 3:  HOW DIGITAL SOLUTION CAN SUPPORT THE DECARBONISATION OF HEATING AND COOLING?

13.45   How Monitored data can make H&C more sustainable: Schneider Electric monitoring and communication system – SunHorizon and    Thermoss

14:05   Data checking analysis and validation, Thermoss

14.15   Heat4Cool Smart Energy Management Tool: From monitoring to comfort profiling and control automation, Hypertech –            Heat4Cool

14.25   Panel Discussion

  • 15.30 End of the meeting

 

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