The COOL DH project has been successfully implementing low-temperature district heating networks at the two demonstration sites in Denmark and Sweden. At the webinar that took place 29 April 2022, we discussed the barriers set by the current legislative framework and raised in a policy discussion what initiatives will enable the expansion of LTDH in Europe.
Two webinars for cities
Among the objectives of the COOL DH dissemination activities are to approach the end users and to inform stakeholders at a European level about the implementation and deployment of innovative solutions for the
district heating and cooling sector. To achieve this aim, the Grant Agreement and subsequently the dissemination plan provided for two webinars targeting cities, planned to inform the DHC European community about the potential of the use of low-grade heat sources for low and ultra-low-temperature district heating networks.
The first webinar took place on the 16th of April 2020 and was titled ‘’Low-Temperature District Heating’’. The second webinar was held on the 29th of September 2021 under the title “5th generation heat networks in
Europe”. Both webinars were organised by COOL DH and Celsius Initiative.
From the tradition to the future: the Østerby case
In the framework of COOL DH, a new LTDH-grid is built in the district in Høje-Taastrup, Denmark. Nowadays, the standard and old district heating systems are replaced by low-temperature district heating (LTDH) or ultra-low-temperature district heating (ULTDH) networks, where the supply temperature will be respectively between 50-60°C in LTDH and below 50°C in ULTDH.
Discover how it will be possible in this recorded webinar from the 17th of November:
Technical solutions that makes LTDH a success
Technical solutions that makes LTDH a success – this is how we do it! Welcome to join us in a webinar that dives into some of the technical solutions for low temperature district heating.
European technical webinar
After the first European Technical Workshop organised in Brussels in June 2019, it’s now time for the first European Technical Webinar to get feedback from the DHC+ community about the COOL DH results.
Webinar on business models, 17th September 2019,
In this webinar we will discuss legislation frameworks as well as differences between Denmark and Sweden affecting the business models. We will also discuss the overall features of the business models concerning LTDH in the two countries.
COOL DH Innovation Webinar, 12th December 2018
In this first webinar in the project we will be sharing some of the findings from the first year of COOL DH and the innovation part of the project.