Read the ReUseHeat Newsletter #7

It’s time for the seventh project newsletter! Read it here to find out about our demo site news, contribute to the ReUseHeat survey on urban waste heat potential and download the latest project reports and scientific publications. Don’t forget to participate in the Celsius Talk on Stakeholder Engagement (more information here)! Click here to subscribe

Celsius Talk on Stakeholder Engagement

When done properly, stakeholder engagement can be the key to the success of a district energy network. Yet, there are many different stakeholders, and each is to be engaged in a particular way. In the framework of the Euroheat & Power Congress Virtual Thursdays, this April the Celsius Initiative is partnering up with the REWARDHeat and ReUseHeat projects to address the question of

Waste heat solutions for Europe’s green recovery

On 19 March 2021, ReUseHeat joined forces with DryFiciency, REWARDHeat and R-ACES in a discussion on the opportunities to realising the potential of waste heat, and how they can be leveraged using the latest technological solutions. The discussion involved projects focusing on both industrial waste heat recovery (R-ACES and DryFiciency) and urban waste heat recovery

ReUseHeat at the V Madrid Subterra International Congress

Underground energies in large urban developments Madrid will be facing in the next years the development of large urban developments in which underground waste energies can play a significant role. For the first time in Spain, the A5 highway emblematic burying foresees the use of the clean, CO2 free and renewable energy from the underground

New open access article: Unconventional Excess Heat Sources for District Heating in a National Energy System Context

A team of researchers from the Department of Planning, Aalborg University has recently published an article based on the D1.5 of ReUseHeat “Urban excess heat utilisation in future energy systems” (access the original report here). This article belongs to the Section Energy Sources of the open access publication Energies 2020, 13(19), 5068; https://doi.org/10.3390/en13195068.   Abstract

ReUseHeat Newsletter #6 is out!

Find out how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the project implementation. Spoiler alert: ReUseHeat partners will keep working and sharing their results until September 2022! Read about our demo site change in Berlin, a new web-based visualisation tool, the latest policy webinar and “key innovations” of ReUseHeat included in the European Commission’s Innovation Radar! The

ReUseHeat creates a web-based visualisation tool

ReUseHeat aims to promote a cost-effective and technically viable decarbonisation of the current heating and cooling system by demonstrating modular and replicable solutions enabling the recovery and reuse of waste heat available at urban level from different sectors in order to cope with the current and future challenges of climate change.   To foster this

ReUseHeat is part of the Innovation Radar

The Innovation Radar is a European Commission initiative to identify high potential innovations and innovators in EU-funded research and innovation framework programmes. The goal of this initiative is to allow every citizen, public official, professional and business person to discover the outputs of EU innovation funding.   The Innovation Radar platform builds on the information