The 14th International Symposium on District Heating and Cooling
District heating and cooling are proven urban infrastructures for capturing, moving and using heat and cold efficiently. They hold great potential to be key factors for a more resilient and sustainable energy system. Ensuring the future success of District Heating and Cooling calls for a multi-disciplinary approach to research and development since the use and integration of heating and cooling networks are interconnected in society through economic, environmental and energy considerations. This multi-disciplinary approach is reflected in the framework of the next International Symposium on District Heating and Cooling.
During the Symposium researchers will present and discuss their findings. There will be a peer review process by the scientific committee to ensure high quality of the presentations.
Call for Abstracts
The Scientific Committee invites researchers to submit abstracts in a number of areas including the following:
Resource efficiency and environmental performance
Exploring the future energy supply issues in District Heating and Cooling, including the integration of renewables, primary energy savings, CO2 emissions and the use of thermal storage. Development of large or regional heat networks. Combined heat and power and District Heating.