Wed, 15 September, 2021
The GeoHex project, which includes input from TWI, has been highlighted in a new publication from Celsius.
Celsius are dedicated to advancing the district heating and cooling solutions and their uptake in European cities.
An increasing number of cities across the world are adopting modern district energy solutions as the best way to deliver sustainable heating and cooling solutions to dense urban areas.
The European Commission has been funding projects in the district heating and cooling sector, advancing and innovating energy transition. These projects, including GeoHex, were collected and analysed by Celsius for inclusion in their brochure, ‘Overview of Support Activities and Projects of the European Commission on District Heating and Cooling.’
The brochure focuses on the Horizon 2020 Programme for Research and Innovation (2016-2020), as well as projects funded under the LIFE programme, and will also be updated with the Green Deal call DHC projects.
You can find out more about the brochure and see GeoHex’s inclusion in the publication by following this link.
The GeoHex project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 851917