Programme

Would you like to take an active role at one of our next events? Find out more here

We are looking for fresh, forward-thinking, and strategic topics you’d like to see in the congress programme. We are not issuing a traditional call for proposals!

Submit your ideas through a form here. All submissions will be reviewed based applicability, readability, relevance, originality and on speaker qualifications / technical merit.
If you have any questions about the submission process contact Ines ia@euroheat.org

CONTINUOUS REVIEWING METHOD
If you submit your idea before 15th December 2018, you should receive the notification of acceptance/rejection on 15th January.

If you submit after 15th December, your idea will be taken into consideration and you should then receive the notification of acceptance/rejection within 4 weeks.

All notification of acceptance/rejection should be sent to authors on 21st February 2019.

You will benefit from Early Bird rates if you register before 28th February 2019.

 

 


 

 

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View the Wednesday Technical visits & Partner Events here


Congress Programme

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Monday 6 May 2019

08:30-14:00 FEDENE Colloque

16:00 – 17:30 Assemblée Générale de ViaSéva

16.00 – 17.00 Euroheat & Power General Assembly (EHP Members only)

17.00 – 17.30 First Timers Meet EHP Board
An opportunity for delegates attending the Congress for the first time to meet EHP Board members, staff and other newcomers.

19.00 – 19.45 It’s Nantes!

Civic Reception courtesy of Nantes Métropoles
Join us for a glass or two !

 

 

Tuesday 7 May 2019

09.00 – 09.45 Welcome Coffee & Business Exchange in the Exhibition Hall

09.45 – 12.00 It’s Not What You Expect, but We’re Starting! (Opening)

A Warm Welcome

Keynote – Presentation!

 Keynote: tbc

 

Think the Unthinkable

All of us, as businesses or as individuals, live with the risk of getting a little too comfortable in our comfort zone. Panellists will reflect on the importance of anticipating change and avoiding complacency with perspectives from both in and out of the DHC industry.

Moderator: tbc tbc | organisation  

♦ Presentation
tbc tbc | organisation 

♦ Presentation
 tbc tbc | organisation 

12.00 – 13.30 Lunch & Business Exchange in the Exhibition Hall

13.30 – 17.30 Side Event: 

 

13.30 – 14.30 Plenary

Description.

Moderator :  tbc tbc | organisation  

♦ Panel Debate
–  tbc tbc | organisation  
–  tbc tbc | organisation  
–  tbc tbc | organisation  
–  tbc tbc | organisation  

14.30 – 15.00 Break & Business Exchange in the Exhibition Hall

14.35 – 15.00 Campfire Session on Stand #tbc  (productive conversation / space limited)

  • Ask the Expert – Expert lead discussion:

15.00 – 16.00 Plenary

 Description

Moderator :  tbc tbc | organisation  

♦ Panel Debate
 –  tbc tbc | organisation  
–   tbc tbc | organisation  
–   tbc tbc | organisation  
–   tbc tbc | organisation  

16.00 – 16.30 Break & Business Exchange in the Exhibition Hall

16.05 – 16.30 Campfire Session on Stand #tbc       (productive conversation / space limited)

  • Ask the Expert – Expert lead discussions on

16.30 – 17.30 Young DHC Teaches Old Dogs New Tricks

The International DHC+ Student Awards: Launched in 2012, the DHC+ Student Awards highlight outstanding and original contributions to District Heating and Cooling related research, including economic and technological aspects of related energy sources, energy management, and the environmental consequences of energy utilisation.

Moderator:  tbc tbc | organisation  

♦ 3rd place: tbc
–  tbc tbc | organisation  

♦ 2nd place: tbc
–  tbc tbc | organisation  

♦ Winner – 1st place: tbc
–  tbc tbc | organisation  

 

19.00 – 22.30 Evening Function

Welcome to Les Machines de l’île an unprecedented artistic project. Born from the imaginations of François Delarozière and Pierre Orefice, it is a blend of the invented worlds of Jules Verne, the mechanical universe of Leonardo da Vinci, and the industrial history of Nantes, on the exceptional site of the former shipyards!

  • supported by tbc – Find out more:

 


Wednesday 8 May 2019

08.30 – 09.00 Welcome coffee

09.00 – 10.30 Parallel Sessions:

  • Society: tbc

Description. 

Moderator: Paul Voss | Euroheat & Power

♦ Towards an Energy Union
– tbc | European Commission

♦ Panel Debate
– tbc tbc | tbc
tbc tbc | tbc
– tbc tbc | tbc  

– tbc tbc | tbc

  • Technology & Projects: tbc

Description.

Moderator: tbc tbc | tbc

♦ presentation tbc
– tbc | tbc

  • Business & Industry: Biggest Failures

Description. 

Moderator: tbc tbc | tbc

Presentation
–  tbc tbc | tbc

  • Side Event

For details on a side event click here.

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break

10.35 – 11.00 Campfire Session on Stand #
      (productive conversation / space limited)

  • Ask the Expert –

11.00 – 12.30 Parallel Sessions and Workshops:

  • Society: tbc

Description.  

Moderator: tbc tbc | tbc

♦ Presentation
– tbc tbc | tbc

  • Technology & Projects: tbc

Description.

Moderator: tbc tbc | tbc

♦ The great unknown: The Cold Economy
– tbc tbc | tbc

  • Business & Industry: tbc

Learn how to identify a problem within your organisation or community and help find a solution through discussion and brainstorming with colleagues. Interactive Session: Format = World Café. The plan for this session is for city/business executives to present their organisation and a particular issue they are struggling with (e.g. customer relation, project money etc.) and the audiences come up with solutions.

Moderator: tbc tbc | tbc

♦ MONEY, MONEY, MONEY? DO WE HAVE THE SAME EXPECTATIONS?
How communicate the best way and create a common understanding on strategies, policies, procedures and outcome?
– tbc tbc | tbc

♦ WHAT ABOUT ‘SOCIAL’ MARKETING AND HOW?
How do citizens perceive energy transition/DHC? How to involve and get support from them.
tbc tbc | tbc

  • Side Event

    For details on a side event click here.

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch

13.30 – 15.00 Parallel Sessions and Workshops:

  • Society: tbc

Description.  

Moderator: tbc tbc | tbc

♦ Presentation
– tbc tbc | tbc

  • Technology & Projects: tbc

Description. 

Moderator: tbc tbc | tbc

♦ Presentation
– tbc tbc | tbc

  • Business & Industry: tbc

Description.

Moderator: tbc tbc | tbc

  Presentation
– tbc tbc | tbc

15.00 – 16.00 Farewell Drinks Reception

Technicla Visits

09:30-13:15 Technical Visits –

Group 1 – tbc | Start Time: 09:30 | End Time: 11:15
Group 2 – tbc | Start Time: 10:30 | End Time: 12:15
Group 3 – tbc | Start Time: 11:30 | End Time: 13:15


 

Interested in taking an active role?

We are looking for fresh, forward-thinking, and strategic topics you’d like to see in the congress programme. We are not issuing a traditional call for proposals!

If you are interested in presenting at one of our events, please take a moment to fill in this form If you want to put forward other ideas, (perhaps even for entire 90-minute sessions) please contact events@euroheat.org. We thrive on your input and look forward to receiving your ideas!

In addition to speakers, we are also constantly looking for experienced, strong moderators to help shepherd the panellists and the attendees in form of productive dialogue at the sessions, please contact events@euroheat.org.

Deadline:

CONTINUOUS REVIEWING METHOD
If you submit your idea before 15th December 2018, you should receive the notification of acceptance/rejection on 15th January.

If you submit after 15th December, your idea will be taken into consideration and you should then receive the notification of acceptance/rejection within 4 weeks.

All notification of acceptance/rejection should be sent to authors on 21st February 2019.

You will benefit from Early Bird rates if you register before 28th February 2019.

Specifications: Please provide a description of your proposed presentation, giving a flavour of what makes it so interesting/exciting; no illustrations or mathematical formulae thank you. Make it clear please why this will be a truly unmissable presentation!

If successful: If your idea is accepted for presentation, we will contact you for your biographical details, photograph and to provide guidelines for submitting your presentation.

One form per abstract: Please use a separate form for each idea you wish to submit yourself or on behalf of a colleague.