Croatia - CoolHeating

Croatia - CoolHeating

Croatia - CoolHeatingFollower communities have the opportunity to learn from the CoolHeating process of initiating new projects. Information sharing with representatives of these municipalities and dedicated joint events multiplies the CoolHeating outcome. In Croatia, the following two follower communities are involved: • City of Osijek • City of Velika GoricaHome - CoolHeatingCoolHeating transfers knowledge from partners in countries where renewable district heating and cooling examples exist (Austria, Denmark, Germany) to countries where there are less examples in the sector (Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina). Core activities, besides techno-economical assessments, include measures to

CoolHeating – PlanEnergiObjective. To support the implementation of “small modular renewable heating and cooling grids” for communities in South-Eastern Europe. This will be achieved through knowledge transfer and mutual activities of partners in countries where renewable district heating and cooling examples exist (Austria, Denmark, Germany) and in countries which have less development in this field (Croatia SDH prefeasibility studies in Bosnia and Croatia – Solar In mid-March, the CoolHeating partners published seven prefeasibility studies of district heating and cooling across five municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia. Because of geographical features, most projects favoured biomass, but solar thermal does play a crucial role in the proposals created for the SDH prefeasibility studies in Bosnia and Croatia In early 2016, EU-funded CoolHeating began using the know-how acquired during best practice projects in Austria, Denmark and Germany to help with the implementation of small modular renewable heating and cooling grids in southeastern Europe. In mid-March, the CoolHeating partners published seven prefeasibility studies of district heating and cooling across five municipalities in Bosnia and HORIZON 2020: COOLHEATING PROJECT, 11 PARTNERS FROM 8 HORIZON 2020: COOLHEATING PROJECT, 11 PARTNERS FROM 8 EUROPEAN COUNTRIES | Small modular coolheating systems based on renewable energy sorces; knowlwdge and technology transfer to SEE countries.

SDH prefeasibility studies in Bosnia and CroatiaInvestment in biomass and solar district heating in Ozalj, Croatia [in EUR]. Source: CoolHeating . The EUR 21.6 million system would be feasible if calculated at consumer prices of 70 EUR/MWh for heat and power. The business plan put the internal rate of return at 12 % and the payback period at 9.7 years, based on a 15-year simulation.(PDF) Geographic Distribution and Economic Potential of The objective of CoolHeating is to support the implementation of "small modular renewable heating and cooling grids" for communities in South-Eastern Europe. The value of finding Croatia s CoolHeating - WIP Renewable EnergiesMarket uptake of small modular renewable district heating & cooling grids for communities. Duration: 2016 – 2018 Client: European Commission (H2020) WIP Role: Coordination, Communication and Dissemination, Market uptake www.coolheating.eu The objective of CoolHeating is to support the implementation of "small modular renewable heating and cooling grids" for communities in South-Eastern Europe.

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