Based on assessments of 28 schemes in nine Member States, and developed with public authorities, energy agencies, and industry experts, the report has been published by the FROnT project which is developing tools and studies on how to deploy more Renewable Heating and Cooling. … Continue reading How to develop support schemes for Renewable Heating and Cooling
The FROnT project is developing tools which will help consumers decide what kind of heating and cooling system to use. A series of factsheets, explaining Air/ water, Biomass, Geothermal, and Solar Thermal technology works are now available on the Tools for Consumers section of the … Continue reading Learn how RHC technologies work
11th October 2016 | 16:00 -18:00 , followed by a cocktail | L42 Business Center & Workspaces Rue de la Loi 42, B-1040 Bruxelles During this event, we will discuss challenges and opportunities for the deployment of renewables in the heating and cooling sector, in … Continue reading Conference:COP21 – no Decabonisation without Local Engagement on Heating and Cooling!
The final energy consumption and CO2– emissions of four renewable energy heating systems has been compared with one conventional heating in a new study by FROnT. The study used eight types of reference building, differing in size (single family, multi-family) building standard (new built, refurbished) … Continue reading Comparison of the Efficiency and CO2 emissions of different heating and cooling systems across Europe
The Front Project has conducted a Survey of the service sector in Europe, examining what heating and cooling systems they use, where they get information from, and what factors influence their decision to choose different systems The survey also looked at how renewable heating is … Continue reading New Infographic: How the service sector decides to heat and cool buildings