[Event] Heat Roadmap Europe Workshop: Flagship Research on Modelling for Unlocking the Decarbonisation Potential in Heating and Cooling

Workshop on scenario building and energy system analysis under the framework of the EU-funded Heat Roadmap Europe project, held on March 16 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

In this workshop, scenario building and energy system analysis will be presented to provide scientific evidence for different decarbonisation pathways in Europe. For each of the 14 EU countries participating in HRE, scenario building helps understanding the role of energy technologies as well as the costs and benefits for the EU energy system under different sets of specific assumptions.

This event will inspire those who want to include integrated heating and cooling systems in their energy transition plans by providing state-of-the-art planning tools, solutions and insights.

This workshop is organised in the framework of the European H2020-funded Heat Roadmap Europe project that will be running from 2016 until 2019. Its main goal is to study the heating and cooling sector in Europe by quantifying the effects of increased energy efficiency on both the demand and supply side, in terms of energy consumption, environmental impacts and costs. The overall aim in HRE4 is to develop low-carbon heating and cooling strategies, which are called Heat Roadmaps, and subsequently to quantify the impact of implementing them at a national level for 14 EU Member States. BPIE is part of the consortium of 23 partners.

The workshop is free and will take place on Friday 16 March 2018 at NEMO Science Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. More information can be found at this link.