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In order to achieve a fast and cost-efficient energy transition in European cities, a systemic (integrated) approach is required. Integrated energy systems can be understood as the enhanced cooperation between energy carriers, infrastructure and sectors which helps harness efficiency gains and decrease the overall costs. This is in theory, but what about the practical implementations?
During the webinar Celsius Talk: Integrated Energy Systems on Friday June 3 at 10:00 CET, we will discuss how far we have gone since the release of the EU strategy for energy system integration (2020); we will hear about a new nation-scale integrated multi-energy system planning tool, developed by the EU project PlaMES; and a district heating network in Hengelo (NL), recognised as the most innovative heating network in the Netherlands.
The webinar is organised by the Celsius Initiative, a demand-driven collaboration hub for efficient, integrated heating and cooling solutions supporting cities in their energy transition to carbon-neutral systems. The Celsius Initiative is supported by the European Union’s Directorate-General for Energy and the Swedish Energy Agency.
TBC, European Commission
Matteo Pozzi, Optit, project PlaMES
Marion de Dooij, Ennatuurlijk
Moderator: Emilia Pisani, Johanneberg Science Park, Celsius Initiative