Euroheat & Power Congress 2024: Scale up, CO2 down!
District heating and cooling networks are one of Europe’s top choices to phase-out fossil fuels in buildings, putting the EU well on track to achieve its climate and energy independence goals. In recent years, unprecedented momentum has built up to support the deployment of this essential energy infrastructure in Europe.
Providing 20% of the EU heat demand with district heating and cooling would save 24 billion cubic meters of gas by 2030, representing 32% of the EU’s Russian gas imports in 2022. To achieve this, major investments are needed to build new district heating and cooling systems, gradually introduce clean, renewable heat sources and modernise Europe's impressive district heating and cooling network infrastructure.
It's no small challenge, but it is above all a huge opportunity for the district heating and cooling industry to expand its markets, to innovate, and to drive the decarbonisation of Europe’s largest energy consuming sector. Time to meet, do business and scale up the heat transition!
The 2024 edition of the Euroheat & Power Congress aims to provide our business and local communities with all the tools needed to make this happen.
- Learn all about the EU’s Fitfor55’ legislation
- Attend the exclusive launch of the DHC Market Outlook 2024
- Become an expert on renewable and waste heat business models, energy system integration, digitalization, renewable cooling, project finance and much more
- Celebrate Euroheat & Power’s 70th anniversary!
About the Congress:
The Euroheat & Power Congress is Euroheat & Power’s flagship business event. It offers exclusive, high-level perspectives on legislation, business models, technology and market developments shaping the district heating and cooling industry. It brings together over 450 business executives, more than 30 exhibitors, 60+ speakers and local authority representatives from all Europe.
A not-to-be-missed event for companies, start-ups, consultancies and universities active in the heating and cooling industry, and local authorities aiming to accelerate their heat transition!