LowTemp // The future of thermal grids

Organiser Sustainable Business Hub
Time 2019-09-24 09:0017:00
Location STUDIO, Nordenskiƶldsgatan 24, Online
Conference, September 24

Smart, low temperature district heating and cooling systems offer new possibilities for greater energy efficiency by lowering heat losses and utilising more renewable energy and waste heat, especially in energy efficient buildings. This is the future of district heating.

In the conference you will meet participants from the district heating companies, municipalities, suppliers and universities. You will get a peak view into pioneering new thermal grids and learn about examples of refurbishment and optimization of existing district heating grids to enable lower temperatures. We also take a look at the challenges and the business models of the next generation district heating.

The future of thermal grids is the mid-term conference for Interreg Baltic Sea project LowTEMP. It is arranged by Sustainable Business Hub in cooperation with Kraftringen and Urban Magma.

The program is being updated regularly. Please visit our website for more information HERE>>

Revealing two speakers at the conference:

Sven Werner, the Swedish guru on district heating, gives an insight into the development of low temp and the next generation of district heating.

Sara Kralmark is responsible for the development within the EU-project COOL DH. Sara will present the plans for building the world´s largest lowtemp district heating system at Brunnshög in Lund.

Note that the conference is free of charge. However no-show without noticing the organizer is charged with 300 SEK.

The LowTEMP project makes the district heating supply in the partner regions smarter and more sustainable. The project promotes the installation of 4th generation district heating grids. For more information, visit http://www.lowtemp.eu