Integrating low-temperature renewable energy sources in District Energy Systems: Focus on Belarus

03 – 04 February 2021 |Virtual Event


Workshop: Integrating low-temperature renewable energy sources in District Energy Systems: Focus on Belarus

Date: 3-4 February

When: 3 February: 10:30h – 12:00h and 14:00h – 15:30h Minsk Time

             4 February: 10:30h – 12:00h and 14:00 – 16:00h Minsk Time

In the framework of the “Energy Solutions for Cities of the Future” project, and under the umbrella of the Global Geothermal Alliance, IRENA is organising a virtual workshop with a focus on Belarus on 3-4 February 2021 titled “Integrating low-temperature renewable energy sources in district heating and cooling systems,”. The workshop is being organized in collaboration with the State Committee for Standardisation of the Republic of Belarus and with technical input from Aalborg University, Denmark.

The workshop aims to equip district heating and cooling stakeholders in Belarus, including policymakers at the national, regional and local levels; urban planners; district heating operators/utilities; etc. with knowledge on the options and tools for integrating low-temperature renewable energy sources in district heating and cooling networks.

The workshop will build on IRENA’s upcoming publication, “Integrating low-temperature renewables in district energy systems: Guidelines for policy makers”, which is being developed in collaboration with the Aalborg University and with the support of an advisory group of district heating and cooling practitioners.

The agenda is available HERE