Join the CHPA community on November 15 & 16, at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, Va. for the fourth annual National Summit on CHP!
The event will bring together a diverse group from across the country and the world, including industry experts, end-users and potential CHP hosts, government leaders, policymakers, utilities, climate advocates, and other members of the clean energy community.
This is the premier North American event focused on combined heat and power. Our program features panel discussions, breakout sessions, two cocktail receptions, and plenty of networking opportunities.
The European District Heating and Cooling sector is ready to accelerate the transition towards renewable and clean heat sources, phasing out fossil heating in buildings and in industries. The Fitfor55' package has established clear, ambitious targets for efficient DHC: by 2050, 100% of the sector's energy supply will come from renewable and carbon-neutral heating sources. The Euroheat & Power Summit comes at a crucial time, as Member States now must translate this vision into action.
At the dawn of a new European political mandate, the event will also shed light on the key pillars of a successful, and ambitious European heating & cooling decarbonisation action plan.
Join us and shape the sector's future with top-notch industry leaders, policymakers and civil society representatives!
Make sure you don't miss:
· The release of Euroheat & Power's policy blueprint for efficient and sustainable District heating and cooling.
· The exclusive presentation of a joint study in collaboration with Aalborg University with a spotlight on accelerating the heat transition by 2030.
· The Global District Energy Climate Awards Ceremony, rewarding the most innovative state- of-the-art district heating & cooling projects worldwide.
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Registration link: https: //euroheat. g lueup.com/event /81800/reg ister/
Heating buildings by burning fossil fuels causes significant emissions of greenhouse gases. Many states already recognize the need to move away from this and have established climate action goals to help. ASHRAE, with support from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), has developed a series of 17 webinars designed to engage and educate all stakeholders involved in community heat pump system design and implementation. The webinars, bearing 1.5 continuing education credits each, are free. The ASHRAE / NYSERDA Community Heat Pump Systems Webinar Series is divided into five relevant topic sections. Click on any of the topics to learn more and register.
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