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Development of České Budějovice district heating plant didn't stop, even during two-month state of emergency
Even the two-month state of emergency, which ended a few days ago in the Czech Republic, did not stop the development of the České Budějovice district heating plant, one of the three KeepWarm district heating demonstration cases in the...
Projekt KeepWarm dospěl do investiční fáze
V dubnu 2018 odstartoval evropský projekt 8. rámcového programu pro výzkum a inovace Horizont 2020, zaměřený na zlepšení výkonnosti systémů dálkového...
ČEZ has started building a heat pipeline from Temelín to Budějovice, to cover a third of the city's consumption
ČEZ began building a 26-kilometer-long hot water pipeline between the Temelín nuclear power plant and České Budějovice. The costs are 1.445 billion Czech crowns (approximately 54 Million Euros). Temelín heat should cover 30%...
„Zelená“ výroba tepla z odpadu má v Brně zelenou
Rada města Brna schválila na konci dubna pokračování projektu Odpadové hospodářství Brno II (OHB II), jehož cílem je výstavba třetí spalovenské linky v zařízení...
EU project proves decarbonisation of heating and cooling to be cost-effective with existing technologies
Is it really worthwhile to aim at low-carbon heating and cooling systems? Is it possible to achieve this with existing technologies? Those questions were answered on the basis of solid data by the soon-to end EU-funded Heat Roadmap Europe 4 (HRE4)...