Smart Energy Systems
In 2022, the conference will have a Special session on Technologies and management strategies of low- and neutral-temperature district heating and cooling grids
- Storage technologies, pipes and substations adapted to low and neutral temperature district heating and cooling grids
- Demand and production flexibility management in low and neutral temperature district heating and cooling grids
This special session welcomes contributions with a focus on enabling technologies adapted to low- and neutral-temperature DHC grids. This includes innovative energy storage, piping and pumping technologies, large and small-scale substations. Monitoring and control of these components aimed at the efficient and flexible use of renewable and waste heat and interoperability between thermal and electric grids are also within the scope of the session.
The session has been organised in collaboration with the H2020 REWARDHeat project – Grant Agreement number 857811.