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The SET HEAT project’s first workshop

by Linda Bertelsen
The first workshop of the EU-funded LIFE22-CET-SET_HEAT project took place in Opole, Poland

The first workshop of the EU-funded LIFE22-CET-SET_HEAT project took place in Opole, Poland.

On March 12-14, 27 participants representing 12 organizations participated in a dynamic exchange of insights and ideas centered on the crucial topic of decarbonization.

The workshop focused on exploring decarbonization scenarios tailored specifically for Energetyka Cieplna Opolszczyzny (ECO), the district heating company serving the community of Opole, Poland. Today, ECO serves the needs of 120,000 citizens and oversees the comprehensive cycle of heat and electricity generation, transmission, and distribution.

The project aims to accelerate the energy transition and decarbonization of district heating in four targeted Eastern European countries by integrating low-grade renewable and waste heat sources in existing high[1]temperature DH networks.

The DH companies directly participating in the project consortium are: − HEP-TOPLINARSTVO D.O.O. (Croatia), − AB “VILNIAUS SILUMOS TINKLAI” (Lithuania), − ENERGETYKA CIEPLNA OPOLSZCZYZNY SA (Poland), − COMPANIA MUNICIPALA TERMOENERGETICA BUCURESTI SA (Romania).

The first workshop of the EU-funded LIFE22-CET-SET_HEAT project took place in Opole, Poland
The first workshop of the EU-funded LIFE22-CET-SET_HEAT project took place in Opole, Poland