The trainings will be held online and are focused on the stakeholder groups interested in urban waste heat recovery and integration in district heating networks. Lectures, discussions and virtual site visits will be part of the trainings. The training sessions include both technical results and results linked to the business models, as well as experiences from the demonstrators.
6th of April 10:00-13:00 CET: Hospital (Madrid)
26th of April 10:00-13:00 CET: Dashboard (Nice/La Seyne Sur Mer)
4th of May 10:00-13:00 CET: Metro (Berlin)
24th of May 10:00-13:00 CET: Datacenter (Braunschweig)
The trainings consist of three parts each with an approximate duration of 45 minutes followed by a 15 minutes break.
Part 1: Introduction
Presentations about the potential of urban waste heat sources and business models for waste heat recovery with a focus on the demo case and on the waste heat source – Steffen Nielsen, Aalborg University and Kristina Lygnerud, IVL, ReUseHeat Project Coordinator.
Part 2: Problem Solving Workshop
This part will focus on the problems that have occurred on the sites. The participants will be divided into groups, where they will try to come up with solutions for the problems identified.
Part 3: Virtual Tour and Q&A
Screening of a video from the demo site and discussion with the participants.