Guideline on drafting heat/cold supply contracts for small DHC systems

The main goal of this report is to support different actors in the preparation of heat/cold supply contracts. Emphasis is placed on the support of actors and target groups with low awareness and limited knowledge about DHC supply, who intend to develop projects and to invest in or to finance DHC projects.

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CoolHeating Handbook

Handbook on small modular renewable district heating and cooling grids. The handbook provides an overview of both, technical and non-technical (planning) aspects. The main characteristics of different heat sources from solar, biomass, geothermal and excess heat are described and the opportunities of their combination in small modular RE district heating and cooling system are presented. Seasonal and diurnal storage systems are included, as well as the use of heat pumps. Specific aspects of heating and cooling in small grids are shown.

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REPLACE Heating Calculator

With the “REPLACE your Heating System Calculator” you can find the best future-proof, resilient and climate-friendly alternative to your old heating system in just three steps. Individually for renovating or replacing your boilers or ovens, tailored to your home and your situation in 10 European target regions. The calculator works in 8 languages (BiH, DE, BG, ES, HR, MK, RS, SL) almost like an energy consultation.

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PowerFund tool

A web-based tool which helps energy poor citizens across Europe to identify and learn about collective innovative actions. The tool provides the users with an online marketplace for collective energy initiatives, such as energy communities and cooperatives, as well as an open space to learn about innovative financial instruments like crowdfunding, and how to use the potential of collective finance to overcome the economic and financial barriers.

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Business models for prosumers in Europe

The report explores the different business models being adopted to enable renewable energy generation and self-consumption in the European Union and explains why energy communities are necessary, what kind of value they bring in the framework of the energy transition, and how they can be empowered through EU member states’ energy policy and regulation.

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