EPG is releasing its latest report, District heating in national Long-Term Strategies, which analyses the Long-Term Strategies for climate neutrality of 23 Member States and reports on their visions for modern, efficient and low-carbon district heat networks.
Modern, low-carbon district heat networks could significantly contribute towards the decarbonization of heating supply, particularly in the residential sector. However, they only supply 12% of heat in the EU, and some countries struggle with inefficient legacy networks in need of repair and upgrading. This analysis reviews countries’ Long-Term Strategies and analyses how well they tap into the decarbonization potential of low-carbon district heat networks.
”On Thursday, we are pleased to invite you to the upcoming Climate Recon 2050 online webinar, hosted by EPG and the Ecologic Institute, on enabling low-carbon district heating contained in the existing long-term climate strategies of EU Member States. In the first part of the webinar, EPG’s latest report will be presented by Luciana Miu, EPG Head of Clean Economy. Following that, Mihnea Cătuți, EPG Head of Research, will be moderating a panel discussion featuring industry representatives and sector experts,” EPG officials said.
The event will take place on 3rd November 2022, from 15:00 to 16:30 CET, via Zoom.