PLANHEAT Final Event -


Nantes (France)

Euroheat & Power Congress 2019

PLANHEAT Final Event

06 - 08 May 2019

Call for local authorities: learn how to use PLANHEAT tool to decarbonize the heating and cooling systems of your cities

The project

Started on 1 October 2016, PLANHEAT has been funded by the European Union's H2020 Programme under grant agreement 723757 in order to develop an open-access and free tool that supports cities in planning and simulating scenarios to decarbonize their heating and cooling system in a techno-economic sustainable way.

After 3 years, PLANHEAT is ending on 30 September 2019 and the Project Consortium succeeded in developing an easy-to-use tool that allows the interconnections among three modules (the mapping module, the planning module, the simulation module) and to evaluate low carbon H&C scenarios via a dedicated KPI panel. 

The Training Plan

To improve local authorities’ capacity to tackle decarbonisation of their heating and cooling systems, specific training sessions dedicated to the involved cities and regions have been set up and will be organized to support them:

  • Training module 1: transition strategies & input data needed for mapping and planning new heating and cooling scenarios
  • Training module 2: how to map demand and supply using the PLANHEAT mapping module
  • Training module 3: how to generate and simulate sustainable scenarios for heating and cooling using the PLANHEAT planning and simulation modules
  • Training module 4: how to use the PLANHEAT integrated tool for the mapping and planning of sustainable heating and cooling

Find out more about the training calendar on the Project’s website.

Final Event

The main goal of PLANHEAT project is not only to realize a tool, but to make this tool used by EU cities.

As Project Coordinator of PLANHEAT, we are glad to invite you to the project’s final event, which is organised as part of the Euroheat & Power Congress 2019 taking place in Nantes, France from 6-8 May, 2019.

Considering RINA role of project coordinator, during the final event Stefano Barberis – RINA R&D Opportunity Management– and Matteo Porta –RINA  Industrial Design & CAE –  will present PLANHEAT Tool and the final outcomes of the project.

Local authorities can secure a reimbursement before the event and currently still 19 cities/regions can apply for reimbursement. 

Would you like to learn how to decarbonize the heating and cooling systems of your city thanks to PLANHEAT Tool?

Register now for the Final Event!

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Stefano Barberis