Join us on Monday 28th of October 2019, 15:00 (CET) to meet Prof. Ianakiev and explore research and commercial cooperation opportunities in the field of smart heating networks.
The last REMOURBAN dissemination webinar will again offer a venue for market actors to meet the innovators developing the solutions for the smart city of the future. Learn what they are up to, ask them questions, and explore cooperation opportunities on the field of smart heating networks.
Hosted by the EU funded project REMOURBAN and Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum, Prof. Anton Ianakiev and specialist Arnout Andrews will discuss the Low Temperature District Heating (LTDH) energy model developed for the area of Sneinton in the city of Nottingham.
Adapted from Danish examples to UK conditions, this sustainable and local LTDH model reduces and reuses heat waste from existing high temperature networks, helping the city to cope with climate change and build resilience to external energy price pressures.
Prof. Ianakiev is Senior Lecturer of Sustainable Energy Systems at Nottingham Trent University and develops research in the field of smart heat networks. He is an expert in the development of LTDH systems with distributed energy storage, incorporated renewable energy sources and usage of smart metering systems to optimise the heating system and reduce the overall running costs.
Arnout Andrews is Managing Director and Senior Adviser at Adecoe Ltd., a company specializing in the domestic energy and the social housing sector. With over 20 years of experience assessing national and international energy and housing projects, Arnout will share his professional opinion on the results achieved in the intervened area.
The webinar will be held in English and will last approximately 30 minutes.
Click here to watch the webinar!
INTRODUCTION TO REMOURBAN AND DISTRICT RETROFITTING IN NOTTINGHAM
Matthieu Grosjean: Project Manager, Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum
How becoming smarter and greener relates to Nottingham’s LTDH system?
THE LTDH MODEL DEVELOPED IN SNEINTON, NOTTINGHAM
Prof. Anton Ianakiev: Prof. in Sustainable Energy Systems, Nottingham Trent University
Putting into practice NTU’s research outputs on smart heating networks.
USER’s PERSPECTIVE: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LTDH ENERGY MODEL
Arnout Andrew: Senior Advisor, Adecoe Ltd.
Pros and cons of the LTDH energy model developed by NTU: an insider's view.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511