Materials produced for the KeepWarm project available for download:
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:
Upcoming: Croatian, Latvian, Slovenian, Ukrainian
The purpose of this Service Pitch Book is to relay the availability of replicable, bankable examples of DH-retrofits for both energy efficiency (EE) and integrating more sustainable energy sources (i.e. RES and/or excess heat, ExH), as well as providing information about national contexts, especially useful to audiences outside a particular country. It highlights the pilot DHSs which have been actively participating in KeepWarm’s activities, giving them visibility as well as stimulating networking opportunities to reach out to them directly for improving DH even further.
Below you can find the Showrooms with the DHS projects KeepWarm is working with in each individual country.
In the framework of KeepWarm a series of deliverables were produced, summarising the different project results. They are freely available for download here:
- D2.1 Training needs assessment and plan (lead: UNIZAG FSB): This document is a description of the training needs of participating DHS and an overview of the trainings that will be held on the different topics.
- D2.2 Report of trainings conducted (lead: UNIZAG FSB): This deliverable reports about the trainings that resulted of the needs assessment of DHS. The materials used during the trainings can be found in our Learning centre or on partners' respective country pages.
- D2.3 Training Package (lead: UNIZAG FSB): This is a summary of all training materials used by KeepWarm, some of them developed by partners themselves, others are adapted and translated open source materials. They can all be found in our Learning centre or on partners' country pages in their respective languages.
- D4.2 Report on local working groups (lead: REGEA): This document reports about the local working groups that were established for each DHS to be retrofitted, which were responsible for the implementation and monitoring of DHS retrofits. Find here the reports for each country: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Latvia, Serbia, Slovenia, Ukraine
- D4.3 Report on support provided to DHS (lead: REGEA): This report summarises the support provided to each DHS operator/owner by each project partner involved in this task.
- D5.1 Regulatory framework and barriers review for retrofitting DHS (lead: JSI): This public deliverable provides an overview of the existing regulatory and policy framework in participating countries, which is influencing the retrofitting and modernisation of DHS.
- D5.2 Action plans for retrofitting of DHS (lead: JSI): This document summarises the action plans for retrofitting of DHS that were developed with relevant stakeholders during expert meetings on national or regional levels, to enable efficient and successful implementation of different DHS retrofitting approaches.
- D5.4: Support to 2nd comprehensive assessment (lead: JSI): This deliverable summarises recommendations for the 2nd comprehensive assessment of CHP & DHS in 2020.
- D6.3 Promotional materials (lead: ICLEI Europe): Here, the project's promotional materials that had been and were to be developed are described. You can find the full set of now available project materials on top of this page. Some of them also exist in a printed version.
- D6.4 Marketing materials (lead: ICLEI Europe): This document contains a description of the marketing materials mentioned above. They are: 1. the service pitch book to promote how KeepWarm's replicable services can benefit DHS utilities, investors, cities and/or other actors, and 2. a guidance document aimed at highlighting the benefits of DHS and overcome their poor reputation in the region.
- D6.5 Project Website (lead: ICLEI Europe): This document explains the initial version of this website. It has since been developed and extended a lot. Don't hesitate to take a look around!
- D3.2 Business models (lead: LWK Steiermark): Development of tailor-made business models for each of the selected DHS systems, based on the most promising and suitable alternative evaluated beforehand.
- D4.5 Report on replication models (lead: REGEA): This report summarises all identified schemes/models for the replication of investments.
- D5.3 DHS recommendations for strategy/plan integration (lead: JSI): Recommendations for support of DHS retrofit integration in multi-level policy plans.