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THERMOSS project workshop

Advanced technologies for heating and cooling at building and district level

The THERMOSS project cordially invites you to the THERMOSS final public workshop! The workshop is dedicated to researchers, industrial companies, professionals and wide public. Project representatives from THERMOSS will introduce their results and lead interactive discussions related to the topic of advanced technologies for heating and cooling. The registration is free of charge.

THERMOSS is an EU funded project within Horizon 2020 programme and it proposes an industry-focused, innovation-intensive approach to ease and foster the introduction of cutting-edge heating and cooling technologies for building energy retrofitting at European level, targeting residential buildings and buildings connected to District Heating and Cooling (DHC) networks.

When? 27th February 2020, 09:15, 12:00

Where? CSIC offices –  Rue du Trône 62, Brussels, Belgium

Full agenda of the workshop can be found on the registration page.

 

When

27 Feb 2020 @ 09:15 am

27 Feb 2020 @ 12:10 pm

Duration: 2 hours, 55 minutes


Where

CSIS Office

62 Rue du Trône

1050 Ixelles

Belgium


Organised by

FENIX TNT

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