TEMPO Project - Newsletter #3

Brescia: Existing high temperature district heating network

The A2A pilot project involves part of the Brescia district heating network in a low building density area consisting mainly of terraced houses and some apartment blocks.


Nurnberg region: New rural district heating network

A new network in the Nurnberg region will supply heat to a less dense area of new buildings, heated by residual heat of a biogas plant and biogas CHPs.



Report On The Integrated Innovations In A2A Network

The very first report on the results of the integrated innovations in A2A network is finally available. TEMPO project is fully operative and it’s time to take stock of the implementation status of the solution packages. The document illustrates how the TEMPO innovations are implemented in the A2A demonstrator


TEMPO Website is finally renewed

It was time to improve the TEMPO website experience, in particular after the first amendment. New demos description, new images, a section dedicated to events and to deliverables. Now it is easier to know more about our project and its results.


Save the Date: 28th January 2021, Webinar on Windsbach demo and solutions for low-density heat areas

New year, new TEMPO event. On 28th January 2021 a webinar dedicated to the Windsbach demo will be organized. The virtual event will focus on the implemented innovation in the German sites and to the low-density heat zones in general. Stay tuned for more information. Registrations will open soon.


Latest publications: Economic benefits of fourth generation district heating

In this paper by Helge Averfalk and Sven Werner from the Halmstad University, the potential economic benefits of reducing the temperature in DH networks are analyzed. In this paper, the differences in heat supply costs for two different temperature levels have been estimated for various future heat supply options.


TEMPO Session at the Euroheat & Power Congress in Vilnius in May 2021

The next EHP Congress will go hybrid and this time a one-day session will be exclusively dedicated to TEMPO. On 4th May 2021, experts will debate about AI and Big Data management in the field of district heating. Stay tuned for more information !


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 768936

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