RHC-ETIP, DG ETIP and DHC+ brokerage event

  • Euroheat & Power Events
  • 16 November 2017 - 16 November 2017
  • Brussels

The European Technology and Innovation Platform on Renewable Heating & Cooling (RHC-ETIP), Deep Geothermal (DG ETIP) and the DHC+ Technology Platform successfully organised a brokerage event focused on the upcoming Horizon 2020 Energy Work programme 2018-2020 on the 16 November 2017 in Brussels.


Over 100 participants attended the event, which fostered cross-sectorial cooperation between the different technologies under the scope of the platforms. The collaboration across different sectors was highlighted several times by the European Commission as one of the main priorities of the next Energy Work Programme.


A Plenary Session took place in the morning with representatives from the European Commission and Executive Agencies.

In the afternoon the participants attended parallel sessions according to their preferences.


Networking sessions at 14:00

  • DHC (integration with renewables) RES8, RES5, EE1, EE4, CC6
  • Renewable energy system integrated at the building scale (RES4)
    • 14:00 – Roundtable and overview of the call
    • 14:10 – Carlos Arsuaga, CIRCE PV ÎĽ-INVERTER with local Storage and a thermal management system based on PCM
    • 14:20 – Ketikidis Chrysovalantis, Chemical Process and Energy Resources Institute, Innovative P2H2P storage solution for residential buildings
  • Deep Geothermal
    • 14:00 – Introduction, roundtable and overview of relevant calls presented by EGEC
    • 14:15 – 14:30 Presentations by the participants
  • Biomass (RES21, RES22, RES23, RES24, RES25, RES26, RES27, RES28, RES12, RES16, RES17)
    • 14:00 – Roundtable and overview of relevant calls
    • 14:15 – Ioana Ionel, Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara
  • Sustainable process & Solar Thermal
    • 14:00 – Introduction, roundtable and overview of relevant calls
    • 14:15 – Guglielmo Cioni, Senior Advisor – TVP Solar SA High vacuum flat solar panels for industrial heat, solar cooling and district heating applications
    • 14:25 – Bruno Vanslambrouck, Ghent University
    • 14:35 – Ignat Tolstorebrov, Norwegian University of Science and Technology High temperature heat pumps with natural working fluids for industry


Networking sessions at 15:00

Networking sessions at 16:00

  • Deep Geothermal
    • 16:00 – Introduction, roundtable and overview of relevant calls presented by EGEC
    • 16:15 – 16:30 Presentations by the participants
  • Modelling, certification, education (EE5, EE8, EE14, CC1,CC2,CC5,CC6 erasmus+)
  • Local H&C Solutions
  • Energy Efficiency in buldings (EE2, EE13, EeB01, EeB03, EeB05, EeB06, ICT10, EE9, EE10, EE11, EE12, EE17)
    • 16:00 – Roundtable and overview of relevant calls
    • 16:15 – Javier Urchueguia, UPV, SIMBIOTIC: a new way to plan the Energy Transition from digitalization and the control of GHG emissions
    • 16:25 – Marine Doquet-Chassaing, ACCENTA, Decarbonizing building thermal energy through intelligent heat storage
  • Sustainable Process industry & Solar Thermal
    • 16:00 – Introduction, roundtable and overview of relevant calls
    • 16:15 – Bruno Vanslambrouck, Ghent University Very low temperature district heating networks, fed by low grade industrial waste heat, solar thermal energy and linked with seasonal thermal storage
    • 16:25 – Neil Turley, NetGreen Solar Ltd


The event took place at the Ateliers des Tanneurs:

Rue des Tanneurs, 58-62
1000 Bruxelles

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