The second LowTEMP 2.0 seminar in Lithuania was held on 23 April 2021 with 44 participants. The target groups were energy companies related to solar and heat pumps technologies, geothermal energy, thermal energy, energy design, as well as people with an academic background in the Lithuanian energy sector. It was organised by the LowTEMP 2.0 partner Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI) with support and active participation of the associated partner – Lithuanian Thermal Technology Engineers Association (LITES). For wider dissemination of the seminar and its results two national associations – Lithuanian District Heating Association and Association of Local Communities in Lithuania – again were also involved.
Presentations during the seminar, focused on new heat generation sources – combined heat and power (CHP), large scale solar thermal, waste and surplus heat, large scale heat pumps, power-to-heat & power-to-gas, including thermal, solar ice and PCM storage, as well as low temperature and floor heating and ventilation systems.