Dublin’s Energy Agency Codema is pleased to invite you to our free upcoming webinar to explore the important role of the Public Sector in developing district heating across Ireland. Although the webinar will focus on the Irish context, the topics discussed are relevant for all North-West-Europe and beyond. Check the agenda and register to secure your place. Read More
The Euroheat & Power Congress focuses on topics related to District Energy. The congress provides a unique forum for discussing and enhancing knowledge on major issues for the European and Global District Energy sectors, including both technical and business approaches, from new developments in legislation and latest operational experiences, to the most recent technological developments, and fresh research results. Read More
This event will examine the opportunities for developing district heating and cooling in Ireland, including existing and planned schemes, national policy and finance and experience from the international market. HeatNet NWE is supporting the event, the project will be presented by Donna Gartland, from Codema, and by Eddie Conroy, County Architect from the South Dublin County Council (HeatNet partners). This first national conference is already attracting much interest in Ireland and abroad, so make sure to register now to secure your place. Read More
Inspired by remunicipalisation initiatives all over Europe, an increasing number of local authorities are expanding their role, no longer simply acting as planning authorities but becoming operational stakeholders and driving forces for the local energy transition. New integrated municipal companies are increasingly being set up.
Local energy companies from Cadiz (Spain), Ettlingen (Germany), Heerlen (the Netherlands), Kalundborg (Denmark) and Nottingham (United-Kingdom) will present their experiences. Read More
This will be the first out of the nine webinars that will present the HeatNet Project’s pilot projects and findings. All webinars will target national audiences, which is why national languages will be used instead of English. This webinar is dedicated to Boulogne-sur-Mer’s pilot project and is thus in French. Read More