The final conference of the LowTEMP 2.0 extension stage project took place online on 18 November 2021. Around 100 participants took part in this closing event and listened to project as well as external presentations on the fourth generation of DH systems. Britta Schmigotzki, atene KOM, and Jan Gerbitz, ZEBAU, presented the outputs that were developed in LowTEMP 2.0. They emphasised that after several years of work in the forerunner project LowTEMP, the focus must now be on addressing and involving cities and regions as well as energy and urban planners. The teaching materials developed in LowTEMP and adapted to national conditions in LowTEMP 2.0 as well as the e-learning programme play a central role in this context. DH projects that are currently being implemented were also presented at the event. These included the world’s largest low-temperature district heating network in Lund (Sweden), the first projects in Vilnius (Lithuania) and the low-temperature district heating network in Latvia built during the LowTEMP project.

Please find here the conference presentations for download: