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Cooling Down

PUBLISHED: April 17, 2023

The objective of the COOLING DOWN project is to propose a vision for a renewable cooling sector in Europe in the coming decades, and issue policy recommendations and proposals to achieve it. (more…)


Call for Sponsors: Geothermal Heating & Cooling Days 2024

PUBLISHED: May 14, 2024

Great news for companies looking to align with sustainable energy solutions! Geothermal Heating and Cooling Days 2024, to be held in Paris on 9-11 September, is now open for sponsorship opportunities. Your support is essential in making this event a success - be a vital part of organising it with us! (more…)


Geothermal District Heating & Cooling Days 2024

PUBLISHED: April 11, 2024

The Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Days 2024 will take place in Paris, France, on 9-11 September 2024. District heating and cooling and geothermal energy offer vital options to decarbonise the heating and cooling sector and reduce the dependency on energy imports in Europe. Although these concepts have a long tradition of use in Europe, they still cover a niche with a significant potentia


Sustainable Solutions for Space Cooling

PUBLISHED: February 23, 2024

On April 4th, CoolLIFE will organise an online event aiming to engage and update key stakeholders, gather valuable feedback, and collectively outline the plan for the second half of the project. The event will serve as a platform to showcase the project’s progress, address any challenges, and align our actions with the project’s objectives. During the event, we will feature a panel discussion


Powering tomorrow & Mitigating heat urban island: unleashing the potential of sustainable cooling in Europe

PUBLISHED: November 27, 2023

After another summer of unprecedented high temperatures and heat island effect, several cities around Europe experienced many challenges to implement efficient and effective cooling solutions without overburdening the electricity grids. In pursuing a more sustainable future, it is imperative to comprehend and manage the cooling demand of residential and non-residential buildings, such as data cent


Towards a Net-Zero Future: the vital role of geothermal and solar thermal in providing sustainable cooling solutions

PUBLISHED: April 19, 2023

The webinar, "Towards a Net-Zero Future: the vital role of geothermal and solar thermal in providing sustainable cooling solutions" took place on 15.05.2023 and experts from the COOLING DOWN Consortium and beyond, gathered to explore innovative renewable cooling solutions in a changing energy market. (more…)


The European geothermal sector emerges stronger from the COVID 19 slowdown

PUBLISHED: June 8, 2022

Brussels, 8 June 2022 - The publication of the EGEC Market Report provides an in-depth assessment of the geothermal industry’s evolution during the year 2021.The European geothermal sector made a strong recovery from the COVID slowdown in 2021. (more…)


Decreasing Europe’s dependency on gas imports through renewable heating and cooling

PUBLISHED: March 7, 2022

EGEC drafted a letter reaching out to the President of the European Commission to highlight the importance of geothermal energy in enabling the EU to meet its objectives of energy independence and mitigating the current energy price crisis as well as preventing future ones. (more…)


Geothermal energy use in multivalent district heating and cooling networks – an important option for greening the H&C sector!

PUBLISHED: August 31, 2021

Geothermal energy offers many advantages for the clean and sustainable energy transition by covering the demand of low temperature heat between 10°C and around 150°C. Geothermal energy is a long-term stable and reliable heat source providing high system efficiencies and low surface space consumption. However, the overall share inside the heating & cooling market is still less than 2%. (more&


The EU Tender Scheme in the Green Recovery Plan should include renewable heating and cooling

PUBLISHED: May 25, 2020

Today EGEC together with five renewable associations sent a joint letter to Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President for the Green Deal, and Kadri Simson, Commissioner for Energy, proposing for an EU Tender Scheme which makes the Green Recovery Plan more inclusive. (more…)

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