During the latest project activities and events with many key stakeholders from the DH/energy sector in the BSR, it was repeatedly emphasised that major progress has been made in research on low-temperature district heating (LTDH). However, what is most needed is knowledge on the initiation and implementation of LTDH grids in practice. This does not primarily concern the technical details, but above all strategies to install LTDH in existing quarters, the financing of new grids, strategies on how to activate all relevant institutions, authorities as well as residents etc.
Thus, the LowTEMP project partners are developing a training package that contain the key know-how and innovative strategies and tools to enable DH stakeholders to realise LTDH. Around 24 seminar modules are planned to cover different aspects – from background material to strategies and concepts, from technical aspects to best practice. Each module will consist of a presentation, a handout and further background material. The first modules will be trained and tested in the frame of the upcoming LowTEMP partner meeting this March. All material will be shared soon on the LowTEMP website.