On June 21st, a RHC-ETIP session at the EUSEW with flash presentations of innovative projects from the different Renewable Energy Sources in Heating and Cooling (RES-HC) sectors. The event attracted even more people than the meeting room capacity allowed for. After the presentations, discussions took place on the role of the EU in RES-HC related innovation and ideas/experiences on how to overcome possible bottlenecks were exchanged.
The RHC-ETIP offered indeed the possibility for innovative projects to be presented to wider audience. More specifically, one project has been selected for each of the seven following technology categories:
- Biomass – Pilot scale torrefaction of local biomass residues (Torplant)
- District heating and cooling
- Heat pumps
- Hybrid systems
- Thermal energy storage
- Solar thermal heating and cooling
The event also provided both visibility for the Renewable Energy Sources technology and possibility for networking.