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22 July 2021

The data-driven future of heat planning

Energy modelling is key for cities to get a good understanding of their energy demand and greenhouse gas emissions. Urban and energy planning decisions should be data-driven. But how can cities have access to good data on their building stock? […]

19 July 2021

New report out! Techno-economical possibilities and system correlations

The first (public) step on the path of decarbonising heating and cooling for buildings in 2050 has been made! Decarb City Pipes 2050 is proud to showcase its first public deliverable, D.2.3., “Techno-economical possibilities and system correlations”, which has a […]

10 February 2021

Heat planning: Baden-Wurttemberg takes the bull by the horns

The largest share of energy consumption in European cities is used for heating and cooling. This means that if cities want to hold to their ambition of becoming climate neutral by 2050, they urgently need to start planning how to […]

3 February 2021

Seven cities want to phase out fossil fuels from urban heating & cooling

With the help of EU funding and advice by heavyweights from energy policy and industry, they are gearing up to get there early and share with other cities how to do. Heating and cooling are responsible for roughly half of […]