SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SOURCES

The resources available below and sorted by sub-themes, provide further knowledge on individual sustainable energy sources used for district heating:

KeepWarm Guidance Document

This guidance document has been created as a means of helping you navigate some of the key issues involved in upgrading your district heating (DH) by using more sustainable energy sources, namely from a variety of viable renewable energy sources and/or excess heat harvestable from industrial/commercial processes. Integrating and fully-switching to these greener DH alternatives makes sense not only at an operational level, but is greatly supportive, if not essential, for the successful implementation of a variety of Europe’s flagship policy initiatives.

This Guidance Document is currently being translated into the languages of KeepWarm project partners. Already available are:

Czech, Serbian,

Upcoming: Croatian, Latvian, Slovenian, Ukrainian

Solar district heating

Solarthermal heat

Biomass district heating

Excess heat district heating

Geothermal district heating

 
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