Renewable Heating & Cooling experts called for more support at the Annual Conference
The RHC-Platform and Euroheat & Power successfully concluded their joint annual conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Around 300 participants from over 25 countries gathered to share experiences and best practices with renewable heating and cooling technologies at building, district and city level. They all agreed that the conference, organised under the auspices of the Danish Presidency of the European Union and with support of the European Commission, exceeded expectations and demonstrated the importance of sustainable heating and cooling solutions on the road to an almost carbon-free energy landscape in 2050.
The two-day conference, held 26 April through 27 April, highlighted a large spectrum of topics related to renewable heating and cooling solutions. Participants in the conference had the opportunity to visit some of the numerous initiatives in Denmark integrating renewable sources and district energy: “Project Zero” in Sonderborg, the Amager geothermal plant, the new Copenhagen District Cooling project and the Green Lighthouse in Copenhagen.