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25 Feb 2015

Benefits of Decentralised Production of Heat and Power: householders and small energy users in the spotlight

The purpose of this event, held alongside the European Commission's Heating and Cooling Conference, was to share the latest findings and exchange ideas on how to spur the development of local, decentralised combined heat and power generation technologies. The event provided first-hand information on the development of the micro-cogeneration market and set out the way forward for the sector.

The speakers' presentations and press release from the event are available below:

Shaping today the energy system of tomorrow

Setting the scene: Europe’s heat and power flexibility challenges
Dr. Fiona Riddoch (COGEN Europe)

Micro-CHP: delivering the EU’s energy and climate objectives
Cate Lyon (Delta-ee)

Achieving cost-optimal balance between heat supply efficiency and demand moderation
Dr. Christian Friebe (Thüga Group)

From emerging technology to mass commercialisation: Industry perspectives on new business models and customer engagement with micro-CHP

CODE 2 Project: Insights into small-scale CHP
Arjen de Jong (Energy Matters)

Industry-wide convergence for market uptake: lessons from ene.field project and German Fuel Cell Alliance
Alexander Dauensteiner (Vaillant)

New business models for mass market adoption
Alex Heys (Flow Group)

Micro-CHP: at the heart of future energy networks for state-of-the-art buildings
Régis Contreau (GrDF)

Event press releaseBenefits of Decentralised Production of Heat and Power for small energy consumers in the spotlight

Storify: "COGEN Europe @ EC Conference Heating and Cooling in Europe's energy transition"