On 10th November 2020, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg presented the LowTEMP project during the online conference SweDeHeat Vol. II. EEN Berlin-Brandenburg and Cluster Energietechnik Berlin-Brandenburg invited to the second volume of this conference which was organized by the Economic Development Agency Brandenburg (WFBB).
Experts from the District Heating sector presented projects, initiatives and innovative products. Public utility companies from Brandenburg (Germany) and Sweden showed the current state of best practices and solutions for heating and cooling supply. Besides that, participating companies had the opportunity to showcase their ideas and products in 5-minute presentations. The whole online conference was translated simultaneously.
Chair of Urban Technical Infrastructure from BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg presented the current state on, experiences of, and outlook for Pilot Energy Strategies (PES) which are developed in LowTEMP. For this, the PES from Gulbene (Latvia) was taken as an example.