On November 24th, the RELaTED project partners came together online at the RELaTED 7th General Assembly. The meeting, that took place in a virtual format, was a great opportunity to talk about their advances in the RELaTED Ultra-Low Temperature district heating solution and establish the work plan for the following semester.
After 6 months of hard work, the RELaTED H2020 funded project latest developments were presented by video meeting at the 7th General Assembly. During this virtual event, the partners presented to the consortium their progress in the different work packages.
A lot of advances have been made, especially in the four demo sites where the project is beins tested. In Denmark, for example, the Energy Flex Houses systems has finally been completed. Furthermore the intervention in Vinogradski Venac (Belgrade) has been implemented and the construction works in Iurreta (Spain) will be initiated soon. In the following weeks, we will publish more information about these advances. Stay tuned for more details!
About the project
RELaTED project was born with the idea to develop a robust ultra-low temperature concept, which allows for the incorporation of low-grade heat sources with minimal constraints. The project has designed a solution that can pave the way for expanding and modernizing existing district heating networks as well as introducing and establishing district heating in emerging EU markets.
The RELaTED ultra-low temperature concept is being tested in Serbia, Estonia, Denmark and Spain. These 4 project pilots (large district heating network in Belgrade, new urban development, in Vinge, operational district heating in Tartu and corporate district heating network in Iurreta) will prove the technical and economical feasability of the ultra-low temperature solution developed by RELaTED project.