Project: HEATflex

Acronym HEATflex (Reference Number: 91144)
Duration 01/12/2019 - 30/11/2022
Project Topic The overall aim is to develop a common technical and economic strategy to increase the competitiveness of CHP and district heating plants by providing HEAT flexibility through the following 2 approaches, that are linked to each other:_x000D_ - Centralised generated heat flexibility: CHP + direct linked heat pumps_x000D_ - Decentralised generated heat flexibility: Heat prosumers through a new developed heat substation + direct linked heat pumps will be used._x000D_ _x000D_ Therefore different scenarios should be investigated with focus to the participating countries DK and AT concerning_x000D_ - suitable operation conditions at different places_x000D_ - size, type and interfaces of required components_x000D_ - controlling of the whole system and communication between,_x000D_ - business models and_x000D_ - good practice examples all over Europe._x000D_ _x000D_ Expected results for heat flexibility based on the new EU RES-Directive:_x000D_ - Technical and economic strategy _x000D_ - Practical guideline_x000D_ - Toolbox for the implementation, planning and engineering_x000D_ - Good practice examples_x000D_
Network EN SGplusRegSys
Call First Joint Call on Integrated Regional Energy Systems

Project partner

Number Name Role Country
1 4ward Energy Research GmbH Partner Austria
2 Güssing Energy Technologies GmbH Partner Austria
3 Reiterer & Scherling GmbH Partner Austria
4 Regelungs-Verteilerbau Gesellschaft m. b. H. Partner Austria
5 CLEAN Partner Denmark
6 Viborg Fjernvarme Partner Denmark
7 PlanEnergi Coordinator Denmark