Thermal planning tools

KeepWarm results, resources and offered services

Outline to the Sustainable Adoption Roadmap:

This guide is meant to inspire the owners/operators of diverse types, sizes and development-stages of DHSs to implement similar measures to the ones developed during the KeepWarm project in their own communities. It also aims to stimulate public authorities, policy-makers, investors and other stakeholders to streamline and prioritise DH retrofits by establishing those policies, regulations, funding schemes, etc. needed to facilitate and replicate DH modernisation all across Europe.

For a deeper approach on the topic, please check the full technical Sustainable Adoption Roadmap.

Package of useful tools for implementation of thermal systems:


Additional useful resources

Peta4, is the Pan European Thermal Atlas, which provides a geographic representation of low-carbon heating and cooling demands in 14 EU Member States, excess heat potentials, prospective district heating networks, availability of renewable energy resources such as geothermal, solar irradiation, biomass and more.

THERMOS (Thermal Energy Resource Modelling and Optimisation System) tool - provides advanced energy system data and models in a user-friendly open-source software to make heat network planning faster, more efficient, and more cost effective.

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