COOL DH 1st European Technical Webinar

  • Euroheat & Power Events
  • 19 September 2019 - 19 September 2019
  • webinar
  • by COOL DH

COOL DH 1st European Technical Webinar:
The Pioneer of Low-Temperature District Heating

On 19 September 2019, DHC+ held the 1st European Technical Webinar of COOL DH, one of the most innovative initiatives in Europe about low-temperature district heating.

The objective of COOL DH action is to support cities in their endeavour to plan and deploy new, efficient district heating and cooling systems and extend, refurbish existing ones to higher standards. Thus allowing greater uptake of renewables, recovering of excess heat or cold while improving the overall efficiency of the systems.

After the first European Technical Workshop organised in Brussels in June, the 1st European Technical Webinar allowed to get feedback from the DHC+ community about the COOL DH results. The webinar was be a valuable occasion to gather researchers, technicians and utilities to debate about the future of district heating, the use of surplus heat and local resources for low- and ultra-low temperature networks.

The webinar focused both on technical and non-technical topics concerning the COOL DH innovations and front-runner demo sites (i.e. Europe’s largest LTDH network in Lund) with a particular attention to the envisaged technical solutions being applied.


19 September 2019
10.00 – 12.00 (CEST)

To access the webinar recording, simply click on the following link

  • 10.00 – Introduction
  • 10.10 – General presentation of COOL DH
    Reto Hummelshoj – COWI
  • 10.20 – Legislative and regulatory framework study
    Steen Gravenslund Olesen – COWI
    How to avoid the risk of legionella in Low-temperature networks
    Per‐Olof Johansson Kallioniemi – Lund University
  • 10.40 – Innovative piping systems for Low Temperature District Heating
    Klaus Grønnegaard Lauridsen – Logstor
  • 11.00 – LTDH Connected appliances
    Klara Ottosson – Kraftringen
    Optimising cascade couplings for optimal use of low temperature sources
    Markus Falkvall – Kraftringen
  • 11.40 – Q&A Session
  • 12.00 – Conclusion
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