The CHPM2030 project will be present at the policy conference of this year’s edition of the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2018.

To learn more about the project that aims at combining the production of geothermal energy with the extraction of minerals, attend the afternoon session on 7 June (16:00-17:30): “Decarbonisation of the heating and cooling sector: coupling efficiency and renewables with security of heat supply”.

Co-organised by the Mining and Geological Survey of Hungary (MBFSZ), the European Federation of Geologists (EFG), the Institute for Infrastructure, Environment and Innovation (IMIEU), EPPSA and the European Suppliers of Waste-to-Energy Technology (ESWET), this session will cover various aspects of renewables and their uptake in the heating (and cooling) sector, strongly associated with the topics of energy efficiency. In addition to addressing the role of biomass and waste-heat, the main focus of the session will be on geothermal energy and its role in the decarbonisation of the heating sector.

In this context, representatives of the CHPM2030 project consortium will present the project and will also be available to answer your questions, either during the roundtable or after the event.

Register now for the EUSEW policy conference via the following link.