Project activities: LowTEMP addresses municipal representatives responsible for urban and energy issues, heat suppliers, planners, engineers and energy agencies, and provides them with knowledge on technical, organisational and financial strategies to implement low temperature district heating.
Within the LowTEMP project, partners from nine Baltic Sea region countries come together to make the district heating supply in their municipalities and regions, and in other Baltic Sea regions, more sustainable by integrating low temperature district heating solutions. Project activities provide local and regional authorities as well as other institutions responsible for the energy supply, with the know-how and strategic tools on how to plan, finance, install and manage low temperature district heating systems.
The project activities shall lead to the restructuring of the existing district heating systems towards future sustainable low temperature district heating grids. More efficient energy supply systems mean energy saving, better economy and cleaner air in Baltic Sea region.
Project partners are 19 organisations from nine Baltic Sea region countries:
- Institute of Fluid Flow Machinery, Polish Academy of Sciences (IMP PAN) (Poland)
- Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU) Cottbus – Senftenberg (Germany)
- ZEBAU – Centre for Energy, Construction Architecture and the Environment GmbH (Germany)
- Holbaek Municipality (Denmark)
- Gate 21 (Denmark)
- Lejre Municipality (Denmark)
- Tartu Regional Energy Agency (Estonia)
- Sustainable Business Hub (SBHub) (Sweden)
- City of Malmö (Sweden)
- Thermopolis Ltd. (Finland)
- District Heating Kurikka (Finland)
- Riga Technical University (RTU) (Latvia),
- Vidzeme Planning Region (Latvia)
- Gulbene Municipality Council (Latvia)
- Klaipeda University (Lithuania)
- Public Institution Housing Energy Efficiency Agency (Lithuania)
- ANO Energy Efficiency Centre (ANO EEC) (Russia)
- District Heating Enterprise Ltd. – OPEC Gdynia (Poland)
- AGFW – Energy Efficiency Association for Heating, Cooling and CHP (Germany)
Project web page: www.lowtemp.eu, https://projects.interreg-baltic.eu/projects/lowtemp-112.html
Contact person in TREA: Kalle Virkus (firstname.lastname@example.org, +372 551 2424)
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