This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691624
With 120 participants from 19 countries and many different backgrounds, the first Solar District Heating conference in Malmö, Sweden was a success. Presentations are available under the documents section of the SDH website.
What will (at least for a short period) be the world’s largest solar thermal plant for district heating is now being constructed in Dronninglund in Denmark.
After six years of planning and building, the Second World War bunker which will deliver district heat to a district of Hamburg thanks to a combination of solar thermal collectors, large heat storage and other environmentally friendly energies has been inaugurated in March 2013 for the International Building Exhibition IBA.
The solar district heating guidelines provide technical and non-technical thematic information about the implementation process of solar district heating plants. A new factsheet describes available calculation tools that can be used during the preliminary investigations. All solar district heating guidelines are available to download here.
The new committee called 'Smart Cities' aims at deepening innovation issues. AIRU members take part voluntarily into the committee, sharing experiences and know-how and investigating new technical opportunities.
Save the date! The 5th International Solar District Heating Conference will take place on 11 and 12 April 2018 in Graz, Austria.
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