District Heating from five different aspects
During the InnoHeat meeting in Kolobrzeg 8-9th of April four scholarship holders of the Swedish Institute Network for Future Global Leaders, together with one Swedish Institute alumni, held presentations of district heating from different aspects.
We are glad to be able to present papers from all of them.
Lifecycle thinking, understanding the whole system and business incentives crucial for district heating
by Maxim Vlasov, Russia, MA studies in Management
Energy recovery from waste: opportunities and challenges for the Baltic Sea Region
by Jurate Miliute-Plepiene, Lithuania, MA in Enviromental management and cleaner production, PhD in System analysis focusing on energy recovery from waste
Energy efficiency and energy saving in building sector
by Galyna Venzhego, Ukraine, PhD studies in energy efficiency and construction
Thermal modernization reduces thermal energy consumption and costs and increases health safety
by Marcin Kozlowski, Poland, BSc and MSc in structural and civil engineering. PhD studies on timberglass composite structural elements as a way to reduce CO2 emissons
District heating in the EU´s comprehensive assessment under energy efficiency directive
by Maciej M. Sokolowski, Poland, researcher at the University of Basel
The Swedish Institute Network for Future Global Leaders (NFGL) is a network that aims to build a long lasting relationship between Sweden and our scholarship holders. The network provides the possibility to participate in events, workshops, seminars and visits to companies around Sweden and aims to provide the scholarship holders improved goodwill and knowledge about Sweden.