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Read the 2nd Newsletter of the RELaTED Project


This second newsletter of RELaTED provides an insight to the progress of our concept for the de-carbonisation of District Heating (DH) networks.

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Energy Price Assessment: an insight to energy costs in the context of District Heating


District heating (DH) systems are one of the most energy efficient heating systems in urban environments and they are also key systems in the de-carbonization of heating energy in European Cities. 

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The first newsletter of RELaTED is out!


Read the first Newsletter of the RELaTED project. Learn about the first steps taken by the project partners towards demonstrating the Ultra Low Temperature District Heating concept in their regions.

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Unglazed Solar Thermal Systems for Building Integration, coupled with District Heating Systems


In this paper, the energy performance of a solar thermal (ST) façade system is studied in relation to its connection to a district heating system.

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A Flexible Approach to Deployment & Conversion of DH Net. to Low Temperature, with Increased…


District heating (DH) systems are key systems for the de-carbonization of heating energy in European Cities. In order to allow for this transition, while guaranteeing competitive energy costs, conversion of DHs is required. DH operation temperature needs to be reduced in order to increase the…

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Design of consumer thermal substations for the integration of distributed solar technologies in District Heating…


Victor Sanchez and Roberto Garay, of Tecnalia, will present a new consumer substation on the 5th International Solar District Heating Conference.

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RELaTED, a flexible approach to the deployment and conversion of DH networks to low temperature


RELaTED concept was presented on the 5th International Solar District Heating Conference in Graz, Austria. Roberto Garay and Victor Sanchez, of Tecnalia, drafted a paper to describe the RELaTED decentralized Ultra-Low Temperature DH network scheme.

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