EuroHeat&Power international III-IV/2019


Publication date: 14. October 2019
Advertising closing date: 24. September 2019


DHC+ Student Awards Ceremony in Nantes
Aksana Krasatsenka, Euroheat & Power, Brussels/Belgium

Energy Business

Heat from Underground Energy London
Henrique Lagoeiro, London South Bank University, London United Kingdom

District Heat Load Statistical Study
Andrea Menapace, Free University of Bozen, Bozen/Italy

The Framework for Evaluation of Technical and Economic Potential in Heat Pump-based New District Heating Systems
Gasper Setgnar, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana/Slovenia

Energy Policy

Energy Efficiency Directive: Customer Empowerment?
Dominika Moczko, AGFW, Frankfurt/Germany

Revised Renewable Directive Paving the Way for the Future Heat Markets
Monika Kuusela, Fortum Corporation, Fortum/Finland

District Energy Approach in the Revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive
Erik Thornström, Swedenergy, Stockholm/Sweden

IT Solutions

Improving and Expanding DHC with Web-based Decision Support Service
Dr. Andrej Jentsch, Richtvert, Münster/Germany

Artificial Intelligence Dedicated to DHC
Alexis Pradaut, DCBrain, Lannion/France

IT Solutions

High Temperature District Cooling – Possibilities and Challenges
Maria Jangsten, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg/Sweden


Efficiency of Strainers
Dirk Waldow, Günter Waldow, W-Filter GmbH, Speyer/Germany

50 DHC Networks

Electrical Flexibility Potential of Hybrid Industrial Heat Networks in Germany
Britta Kleinertz, FfE - Forschungsgesellschaft für Energiewirtschaft mbH, Munich/Germany