The first Geothermal-DHC regional cluster workshop will focus on the Baltics and, due to the geological conditions, on the use of low temperature heating and cooling networks.
Norway (Rao Martand Singh, NTNU), Sweden (Kristina Lygnerud, IVL / Lund University as well as Peter Anderberg, Heat Academy), Denmark (Soren Skjold Andersen, Termonet) and Germany (Ruediger Grimm, geoENERGIE Konzept). The afternoon session will focus on the opportunities and challenges for the implementation of geothermal energy supplied heating and cooling networks in the Baltics, including expert tlaks from Estonia (Alla Shogenova, Anna Volkova & Alvar Soesoo, TalTech), Lithuania (Rokas Valančius, KTU) and the hosting country Latvia (Olegs Linkevičs, JSC Latvenergo & Ivars Ščerbickis, SC «Conexus Baltic Grid»).
The workshop will close with a joint panel discussion addressing “Pathways to introduce geothermal energy supported DHC networks and use of geological potential in heating sector”.
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