Optimization of supply, storage and demand for electricity and heat
Increasing self-consumption of local renewable energy in residential buildings at the lowest cost
Intelligent management and optimization of all energy flows in the building

SAVE TODAY, USE TOMORROW!

Thermal Energy Storage Systems

Confernce Venue: Stadthalle Wels, Pollheimerstrasse 1, A-4600, Wels, Austria
Date: 28th February 2019, afternoon session (3 hours)

Organized by: CREATE, HYBUILD, SCORES, TESSE2B, THERMOSS and SUNHORIZON
Workshop registration for free HERE.
Contact person: Petra Colantonio, petra.colantonio@fenixtnt.cz
Download the workshop flyer.

Workshop is organized within the World Sustainable Energy Days, session “Innovation Workshops Energy and Buildings

Six H2020 research and innovation projects are pleased to invite researchers, industrial companies, professionals and wide public interested in the topic of thermal energy storage for the common workshop called “Save today, use tomorrow”. Projects representatives will introduce their results and lead interactive discussions related to the topic. The event will be held in English.

Workshop registration is free of charge, but it is necessary to be registered on the WSED conference in order to participate in the workshop.

News

18.01.2019 | New cluster project - HEAT4COOL

We have started cluster cooperation with Heat4cool project!
The Heat4Cool concept proposes innovative, efficient and cost-effective solutions that support EU energy efficiency policies through optimal integration of relevant rehabilitation systems. The project develops, integrates and demonstrates an easy to install and highly energy efficient solution for building retrofitting.

Looking forward to fruitful cooperation!

11.01.2019 | SCORES at TESSe2b workshop in Nottingham

SCORES at TESSe2b workshop in Nottingham!
Both industry and academia will join together to discuss current innovations in the field of energy storage and efficiency in the built environment. The focus will be placed on integrated solutions for residential, commercial and public buildings using renewable sources. The workshop will take place on 24th January 2019 at the University of Nottingham. Our project will be introduced by representatives of IPS.