EUROHEAT&POWER International II/2021


Publication date: 20.04.2021
Advertising closing date: 26.03.2021

Energy Economics

Digitalization Brings Great District Heating Efficiency Gains
Interview with Anton Koller, Divisional President Danfoss District Energy & Buildings

Transformation of District Heating/LowTEMP

Low Temperature District Heating for the Baltic Sea Region
Britta Schmigotzki, Atene Kom, Berlin/Germany

Pilot Energy Strategies as an Instrument for Implementing Low-Temperature District Heating in the Baltic Sea Region
Lilian Bernhardt-Senft, BTU Cottbus, Stefan Simonides-Noack, City administration of Cottbus, Cottbus/Germany

Economic Framework and Business Models for Low Temperature District Heating
Håkan Rosqvist and Cecilia Thapper, Sustainable Business Hub, Sweden

The Urban Energy System of the Future: Low Temperature District Heating in the 3-pipe Solution in Halmstad
Patrik Johansson, Agreeo AB, Halmstadt/Sweden


Hydrogen CHP – The Enabler
Stefan Liesner, 2G Energy, Heek/Germany

Efficient Design of Experiments for a Time Intensive Dynamic Simulation of a Grid-driven Micro-CHP Unit
Andre Huber, Mustafa Flayyih, Frank Burmeister, Manfred Lange, Rolf Albus, Klaus Görner, Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen, Essen/Germany

District Heating for Berlin
Joachim Metzner, Siemens Energy, Erlangen/Germany

Decarbonizing the Energy and Heat Sector While Staying Profitable
Jan Andersson, Peter Knookala, Wärtsilä Finland Oy, Helsinki/Finland


Assessment of a Seasonal Cavern Thermal Storage for District Heating in the City of Graz
Gerhard Totschnig, Demet Suna, Nicolas Pardo-Garcia, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Vienna/Austria

DHC Networks

Low-Temperature Networks with High-Performance Pipes as Energy Efficiency Drivers
Michal Vimr, Uponor GmbH, Frankfurt/Germany

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