ROYAL HEATING – Energy Efficiency retrofit of historical buildings

  • Events
  • 05 February 2020 - 05 February 2020
  • Stockholm, Sweden

You are invited to a Heat Academy master class in Stockholm on 5th February. The session will address the opportunities and challenges in retrofitting old and historically sensitive buildings e.g. with district energy and modern energy efficiency solutions. Up-grading old housing stock is a high potential area for investments in decarbonising cities. However, it can prove to be a challenging and costly process. There is much to gain for all parties in establishing collaboration in sharing experiences and replicating best practice. Sweden has a long and proven experience in installing and operating competitive district energy and energy efficiency solutions, and has in the process developed a unique know-how and a tool-box of solutions, which could be of value for other countries now addressing the same topic. At the master class we will be highlighting cost effective and scalable technologies, practices and business models making it viable – technically, politically and commercially – to retrofit energy efficiency solutions and district heating to old and historically sensitive buildings. The programme will involve study visits of relevant buildings.


The workshop is organised by the Heat Academy in collaboration with Smart City Sweden.


For more information – see here. Registrations can be made to Peter Anderberg [email protected] or Mark Woodward [email protected].


On the 4th February there will be a separate International Outlook event highlighting market trends, new technologies and commercial opportunities in the ongoing decarbonising of the heating and cooling sectors. This activity is organised by Smart City Sweden in collaboration with Urban Tech Sweden, Nordic Solutions for C40, the Swedish Energy Agency and Nordic Heat.


The workshop takes place at Smart City Sweden offices in Stockholm – Hammarby kaj 18, starting at 12.30. The event is free of charge. For more information and registration, please contact Peter Anderberg [email protected] or Anna Liljestrand [email protected].

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