Don't miss the next Heat Roadmap Europe 4 (HRE) workshop, which will take place during the EHPA DecarbHeat Forum, on 11-12 May in Brussels (Blegium) at the BEL. The session, titled “DecarbCities: addressing the renovation challenge”, taking place on 11 May, 14.00 – 15.30, will discuss solutions for turning cities into sustainable living areas using a combination of building renovations, best available heating and cooling technologies and low carbon energy sources.
As one of the keynote speakers, HRE project leader Professor Brian Vad Mathiesen will highlight the importance of energy planning for connecting electric and thermal infrastructures and using energy most efficiently in future cities. Session speakers, joined by ICLEI's Carsten Rothballer, will sit on a panel to discuss the best way to help local authorities making informed decisions on how to exploit the available heat sources and reduce carbon emissions and energy consumption in their cities.
#DecarbHeat 2017 will collect ideas from energy stakeholders on the next steps towards the vision of a 100 percent decarbonised heating and cooling sector by 2050 (80 percent by 2040). The conference addresses the future of heating and cooling policy and will explore scientists and policy makers' visions for a 2050 energy system, including what cities can do to help, the effects of digitalisation on the heating and cooling industry, and perspectives from the industrial sector. The Heat Pump City of the Year Award, for which ICLEI is a jury member, will be awarded at the event.
For more information and to register, please click here.