On Tuesday 16th of June, a workshop organised in the framework of the Regeocities project will explain in depth and with practical examples how shallow geothermal energy can be developed to make cities smarter.
The event, taking place during the European Sustainable Energy Week in Brussels (EUSEW), is for public authorities, planners, architects and the building sector. The workshop will explore the potential of shallow geothermal energy for smart cities and smart rural communities, and the key role that ground source heat pump installations could play for sustainable heating and cooling in buildings.
During the workshop, a series of presentations, case studies and debates will cover:
Click here for more information on registration and for a draft agenda.
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