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Certified online training programme for optimised thermal energy network planning

by Kathrine

The THERMOS H2020 project, supported by DBDH as an official THERMOS Ambassador, has developed an online training programme to support better heating and cooling planning.

The free webinar based programme starting on 24 September 2019 will train local and regional energy authorities, and other stakeholders managing local energy networks to accelerate a faster upgrade, refurbishment and expansion of thermal district energy systems, and the development of new low-carbon systems.

Via three instructor-led webinars, participants will not only learn and exchange about state-of-the-art energy mapping and modelling, but also be amongst the first to apply the open-source THERMOS energy planning software.

The free, open-source software is offering address-level data for the optimised expansion of an existing thermal energy system, the planning of new ones, or assessing the performance of specific network vs. non-network solutions.

Develop your own case study with THERMOS, and receive exclusive guidance on how to apply the software best for your purposes.

Webinars will take place on 24 September, 8 October, and 22 October at 16:00 European time and will provide participants with up-to-date knowledge about innovation and best practices in heating and cooling planning and financing from city practitioners and energy planning experts from the Center for Sustainable Energy in Bristol.

Participants will also be awarded a testifying certificate stating the competences and knowledge acquired upon successful completion of the programme.

For more information about the training and registration click here or sign up here right away!

For a full overview of dates and times, download the agenda here.

Find testimonials of previous editions here.