Small, modular and renewable district heating & cooling grids for communities in South-Eastern Europe

Rutz, Dominik and Janssen, Richard and Ugalde, Juan Manuel and Hofmeister, Morten and Sorensen, Per Alex and Jensen, Linn Laurberg and Doczekal, Christian and Zweiler, Richard and Pukšec, Tomislav and Duić, Neven and Doračić, Borna and Sunko, Rok and Sunko, Blaž and Markovska, Natasha and Karanfilovska, Meri and Rajaković, Nikola and Batas-Bijelić, Ilija and Kazagić, Anes and Ademović-Tahirović, Alma and Smajević, Izet and Jerotić, Slobodan and Mladenović, Bojana and Fejzović, Emir and Babić, Amra and Mataradžija, Milada and Kolbl, Mitja and Zrinski, Tomi (2016) Small, modular and renewable district heating & cooling grids for communities in South-Eastern Europe. = Small, modular and renewable district heating & cooling grids for communities in South-Eastern Europe. In: 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, 06.-09.06.2016., Amsterdam, Nizozemska.

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Abstract

Small modular district heating/cooling grids can be fed by different heat sources, including solar collectors, biomass systems and surplus heat sources (e.g. heat from industrial processes or biogas plants that is not yet used). Especially the combination of solar heating and biomass heating is a very promising strategy for smaller rural communities due to its contribution to security of supply, price stability, local economic development, local employment, etc. On the one hand, solar heating requires no fuel and on the other hand biomass heating can store energy and release it during winter when there is less solar heat available. Thereby, heat storage (buffer tanks for short- term storage and seasonal tanks/basins for long-term storage) needs to be integrated. With increasing shares of fluctuating renewable electricity production (PV, wind), the Power- to-Heat conversion through heat pumps can furthermore help to balance the power grid. The objective of the CoolHeating project, funded by the EU’s Horizon2020 programme, is to support the implementation of "small modular renewable heating and cooling grids" for communities in South-Eastern Europe. © 2016 ETA-Florence Renewable Energies.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Keywords (Croatian): biomass ; cooling ; heating ; heating grids ; solar thermal
Subjects: TECHNICAL SCIENCE > Mechanical Engineering
Divisions: 500 Department of Energy, Power Engineering and Environment > 510 Power Engineering and Energy Management Chair
Indexed in Web of Science: No
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Citations SCOPUS: 0 (13.09.2017.)
Date Deposited: 13 Sep 2017 06:15
Last Modified: 09 Jan 2018 09:39
URI: http://repozitorij.fsb.hr/id/eprint/7931

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