smartReFlex - RENEWABLE DISCTRICT HEATING & COOLING #smartreflex
100% RES District
heating & cooling
citizen ownership models
renewable energy sources
industry prosumer approach
building retrofitting planning
low-temperature DHC networks
industrial surplus heat
improvement of legal and
organisational framework

Werkzeuge und Dokumente zum Erreichen von 100% erneuerbarer Fernwärme und -kälte

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Ergebnisse aus den deutschen Regionen

Informationen zu den Ergebnissen aus den Regionen Baden-Württemberg und Schleswig-Holstein finden Sie in den Dokumenten:

 

Ertse Informationen zu den durchgeführten Workshops und Fallstudien sind in den Newslettern zu finden.

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Case Studies

Baden-Württemberg

Case Study Schopfloch

Schleswig Holstein

Case Study Trappenkamp

Thüringen

Case Study Gotha

 

 

Workshops

Workshops der Region Schleswig-Holstein

Workshop 1 "Design and planning"

"Das Dänische Modell - Erneuerbare Energie in Nahwärmenetzen Erfassen und Darstellen von Verbräuchen und Erzeugungspotenzialen"

English summary

More than twenty representatives from regional and local administrations/municipalities, public utilities, climate managers, consulting engineers, planners and politicians came to the regional education centre in Flintbek. Main goal of the day was to introduce the Danish way of heat planning and to explore whether and how the German partners could benefit from the Danish experience in the process of expanding and establishing district heating schemes based on renewable energy. Morten Hofmeister from PlanEnergi explained together with Prof. Bernd Möller the steps of mapping the present and future heat demand and the use of renewable resources in municipalities. Following the presentations of Anna Rohwer and Alexandra Oboda from Schleswig-Holstein there was a lively discussion on the different approaches in terms a technical mapping methods and also political guidelines to reach long term goals. In the last presentation of the workshop, Simona Weisleder from the Hamburg Institute gave a practical overview of the actual legal situation, financial aspects and funding programs to implement large scale solar thermal heat plants connected to district heating systems.

Einladung und Programm

Vortragsunterlagen Teil 1 (WS1a)

Vortragsunterlagen Teil 2 (WS1b)

 

Wopkshop 2 "Technical"

"Das Dänische Modell - Erneuerbare Energie in Nahwärmenetzen Technische Lösungen und Versorgungskonzepte in der Praxis"

English summary

About thirty representatives from regional and local administrations/municipalities, public utilities, climate managers, consulting engineers, planners and politicians came to the Science Centre in Kiel.

The second workshop was the only one, which takes two days. On the first day the basics of the technical possibilities and common application scenarios in Denmark have been presented. The participants could benefit from the input from PlanEnergi and the expertise of leading Danish Companies like Danfoss, EMD and Isoplus. Various possibilities to connect the customer to the district heating grid with the different advantages and disadvantages have been presented. Also the design of different sized pipes of a district heating grid have been discussed. With the calculation tool “EnergyPro” from EMD the participants could learn how to simulate combinations of heat generators in a district heating grid. As a result of the simulation is a profitability calculation and schedules of the heat generators in the considered period.

One of the regarded case studies in the SRf project was presented by the Hamburg Institute. It has shown that large solarthermal plants could also in Germany be an economic alternative to fossil fired heat generators in an existing district heating grid. On the second day the participants had the possibility to calculate some prepared tasks and get practical experience to the calculation tool.

Einladung und Programm

Vortragsunterlagen Teil 1 (WS2a)

Vortragsunterlagen Teil 2 (WS2b)

 

Workshop 3 "Organisation and financing"

Das Dänische Modell - Erneuerbare Energie in Nahwärmenetzen Organisationsformen und Finanzierung

English summary

About twenty representatives from regional and local administrations/municipalities, public utilities, climate managers, consulting engineers, planners and politicians came to the Regional Education Centre in Flintbek. The different framework in Denmark and Germany regarding price calculations, design of contracts and the possibility to monitor the return temperature in district heating grids have been presented and discussed. The German and Danish District Heating Organisations showed the different legal frames. A local finance institution showed the needs of risk assessment. The Hamburg Institute showed  advantages and disadvantages of different company structures.

Einladung und Programm

Vortragsunterlagen Teil 1 (WS3a)

Vortragsunterlagen Teil 2 (WS3b)

Ergebnisse aus anderen Regionen

Ireland

Italy

Spain

Project Coordinator

Mr. Riccardo Battisti
Ambiente Italia
Via Carlo Poerio 39,
20129 Milano (Italy)

Phone: +39 3939413523
riccardo.battisti(at)ambienteitalia.it

Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union
duration
01/03/2014 – 01/03/2017
contract no.
IEE/13/434/ SI2.674873