6-8 May 2019

Nantes, FRANCE

350+ PARTICIPANTS

15+

SESSIONS

50+

SPEAKERS

30+

EXHIBITORS

Countdown

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Presentations

 

Presentations

The presentations given at the 39th Euroheat & Power congress will be displayed here:


#SessionSpeakerPresentation TitlePDFVideo
1OpeningNew Perspectives! Welcome and Opening of the 39th Euroheat & Power CongressWatch
2Back to the Present: Changing the Future TodayMarkus WITT | VattenfallPDF
3Back to the Present: Changing the Future TodayMarc DELAYE | VeoliaPDF
4Back to the Present: Changing the Future TodayGudrun SENK | Wien Energie PDF
5#ET talks │ Engineering words into actionWatch
6Smart City | Side Event brought to you by DalkiaErwan Lemarchand | Métropole Européenne de Lille (MEL)Smart City – Which strategy to apply?PDF
7Smart City | Side Event brought to you by DalkiaMathieu Hulot | Dalkia Smart BuildingIntelligent DistrictPDF
8Smart City | Side Event brought to you by DalkiaBertrand GUILLEMOT | DalkiaPricing for a ProsumerPDF
9Pitch your Idea – Take a Risk – Change the WorldWatch
10Pitch your Idea – Take a Risk – Change the WorldRalf-Roman Schmidt | AITSMART HYBRID SUBSTATIONPDF
11Pitch your Idea – Take a Risk – Change the WorldAndrej Jentsch | RichtvertEnabling decision makers to choose district heating and cooling much morePDF
12Pitch your Idea – Take a Risk – Change the WorldAlexis Pradaut | DC BrainNEW CHALLENGES FOR DHC NETWORK OPERATORPDF
13Pitch your Idea – Take a Risk – Change the WorldTheodoros_ALDAKOS | My MountainsAiM – Spend your time with what mattersPDF
14Clean Energy for all Europeans – Implementing the PackageDominika Moczko | AGFWEnergy Efficiency Directive: Customer Empowerment?PDFWatch
15Clean Energy for all Europeans – Implementing the PackageMonika Kuusela | FortumRevised Renewables Directive paving the way for the future heat marketsPDFWatch
16Clean Energy for all Europeans – Implementing the PackageErik Thornström | SwedenergyDistrict energy approach in the revised energy performance of buildings directivePDFWatch
17Young DHC Teaches Old Dogs New TricksGašper STEGNAR | University of LjubljanaThe framework for evaluation of technical and economic potential in heat pump-based new district heating systemsPDF
18Young DHC Teaches Old Dogs New TricksAndrea MENAPACE | Free University of Bozen-BolzanoDistrict Heat Load Statistical StudyPDF
19Young DHC Teaches Old Dogs New TricksHenrique LAGOEIRO | London South Bank UniversityHeat From Underground Energy LondonPDF
21Why Waste Heat?Mariette Bilius | DCMR Environmental Protection AgencyExergy as a decision aid in heating optionsPDF
22Why Waste Heat?Rolf Kuby | AurubisHeat Transition – Industry as solution providerPDF
23Why Waste Heat?Kim Winther | Fjernvarme FynExperience with utilization of waste heat in Odense, DenmarkPDF
24Why Waste Heat?Jian Jun Xia, P h.D | Tsinghua UniversityIndustrial Surplus application in ChinaPDF
25DHC – Putting your Money where your Mouth isGreg Gebrail | EBRDMaking District Heating Great Again in Economies in TransitionPDF
26DHC – Putting your Money where your Mouth isRemi Cuer | KyothermThird-Party ESCo Financing of District Heating networksPDF
27DHC – Putting your Money where your Mouth isJoost Declerck | BelfiusFinancing of DH Projects : a Banker’s PerspectivePDF
31Swedish model for fossil free and resource-efficient district heatingPaul Westin | Swedish Energy AgencyPDF
28Swedish model for fossil free and resource-efficient district heatingDaniel Wennick | SWEDENERGYPDF
29Swedish model for fossil free and resource-efficient district heatingEmilia Pisani | Celsius Innovation ClusterPDF
30Swedish model for fossil free and resource-efficient district heatingJohan De Cuyper | Cetetherm GroupPDF
32Cool Stuff for Attractive DHCMatteo Pozzi | OptitSmart sector coupling and increasingly smart plant operationsPDF
33Cool Stuff for Attractive DHCKonrad Wojdan & Michał Guzek | Transition TechnologiesHeat demand forecasting and operational optimization of a real-life, large district heating networkPDF
34Cool Stuff for Attractive DHCJens Ole Hansen | RambollThe technical and financial side of modern energy systems – combined heating and cooling using heat pumpsPDF
35Cool Stuff for Attractive DHCArnela Kursomovic | KraftringenFlat station solution for multifamily housesPDF
36Cool Stuff for Attractive DHCPetri Tuominen | VexveIncreasing Intelligence In Underground District Energy NetworksPDF
37PLANHEAT Plan today, save tomorrow | Final EventStefano Barberis | RINA consultingIntroductionPDF
38PLANHEAT Plan today, save tomorrow | Final EventLeen Van Esch | VITOMapping Module PDF
39PLANHEAT Plan today, save tomorrow | Final EventMatteo Porta | RINA ConsultingPlanning Module PDF
40PLANHEAT Plan today, save tomorrow | Final EventHrvoje Dorotic | University of ZagrebSimulation ModulePDF
41PLANHEAT Plan today, save tomorrow | Final EventMarko Ruzic | City of Velika GoricaBest practice examplePDF
42The World is not Enough – Beyond Traditional MarketsDonna Gartland | Irish District Energy AssociationIntroduction to Irish DH MarketPDF
43The World is not Enough – Beyond Traditional MarketsHelma Kip | EnnatuurlijkDistrict heating is becoming a ‘hot’ topic in Dutch energy policyPDF
44The World is not Enough – Beyond Traditional MarketsOlivier Racle | ENGIEMiddle East & APAC: We need to focus on CoolingPDF
45The World is not Enough – Beyond Traditional MarketsPeter Garforth | Garforth International LLCDistrict Energy in the USA and Canada – What will it take to deliver on its enormous potential?PDF
46The World is not Enough – Beyond Traditional MarketsCelia Martinez | UN EnvironmentDistrict Energy in Cities: A Global Initiative to Unlock the Potential of Energy Efficiency and Renewable EnergyPDF
47DHC for All – Involving Citizens, Customers and ConsumersÖzgür Öner | GdWWhat can district heating do for the housing sector? District heating as part of the solution for greenhouse gas mitigationPDF
48DHC for All – Involving Citizens, Customers and ConsumersEmilie Magdalinski | Jacques Delors InstituteHeating practices in Europe: how to improve consumers’ involvement? PDF
49DHC for All – Involving Citizens, Customers and ConsumersLaurent Comeliau | Nantes MetropoleNantes Metropole Great Debate on energy transition PDF
50DHC for All – Involving Citizens, Customers and ConsumersLily Frencham | ADEDistrict Heating and Consumers: The paradox of choicePDF
51PLANHEAT Plan today, save tomorrow | Final EventBritt Verhesen | City of AntwerpHow Heat Planning Accelerates Antwerp’s Climate NeutralityPDF
52PLANHEAT Plan today, save tomorrow | Final EventAnastasia Gkika | City of AthensAthens’ First Step Towards a Heat StrategyPDF
53PLANHEAT Plan today, save tomorrow | Final EventTomislav Novosel | North West Croatia Regional Energy Agency (REGEA)Croatian regions in the heat transitionPDF
54PLANHEAT Plan today, save tomorrow | Final EventJulien Joubert | EnergyCitiesHeating & Cooling Strategies as Key Pillar for a local and participative transitionPDF
55Cooling – The Other Side of a Shiny CoinLaurence Sottel | DanfossPDF
56Cooling – The Other Side of a Shiny CoinPär Dalin | DEVCCOGet DC off the groundPDF
57Cooling – The Other Side of a Shiny CoinMargo Külaots | FortumDistrict Cooling – Tartu ExperiencePDF
58Cooling – The Other Side of a Shiny CoinMaria Jangsten | Chalmers UniversityHigh Temperature District Cooling – Possibilities and ChallengesPDF
59Cooling – The Other Side of a Shiny CoinIvo Eiermann | Johnson ControlsThe cool new way of sustainable heatingPDF

 

 

 

 

 

In case you would like to have a look at the presentations given during the 38th Euroheat & Power Congress held in Glasgow, Scotland in May 2017 please click here.