We bring together stakeholders from the biomass, geothermal, solar thermal and heat pump sectors to define a common strategy for increasing the use of renewable energy technologies for heating and cooling.
Our Horizontal Working Groups bring together interested experts from different technology panels to work on common horizontal topics, defined on the basis of main challenges to be addressed by the RHC-sector.
Sustainable and Integrated Energy Systems in Local Communities
The aim of the SERENE project is to develop and demonstrate sustainable, integrated, cost-effective and customer-centric solutions for local communities. The idea is to integrate different energy system carriers and new renewable generation units in the local communities based on their social and technical status today to meet their energy needs in the coming years.
Circular Biomass Build Up
LIFE CB2Us main objective is to demonstrate a circular economy concept for processing biomass waste from urban landscaping to produce biochar, generating in addition energy, achieving as a result district heating with negative net emissions in Stockholm.
As part of the thermal renovation of a building with 24 social dwellings, installation of a bioclimatic greenhouse on the existing roof. The idea is to test the thermal exchange between the building and the greenhouse. The greenhouse will capture heat to be used to heat domestic hot water, while the building will heat the greenhouse in the winter.