11 May
12 May
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DecarbHeat: Looking out of the box (Inspirations)
A successful decarbonisation story: the case of the LED lighting revolution Harry Verhaar, Philips Lighting
DecarbHeat: What future do we need and what is possible? (Vision)
A policy-maker’s perspective: EU’s decarbonisation goal for heating and coolingMechthild Wörsdörfer, DG Energy, European Commission
An industry’s perspective: DecarbHeat 100% visionDr. Ulrich Stiebel, Stiebel Eltron
Perspectives for the energy transition
Dolf Gielen, IRENA
Is a decarbonised heating sector possible by 2050?Prof. Dr. Hans-Martin Henning, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy systems
DecarbCities: addressing the renovation challengePowered by Heat Roadmap Europe 2050

In cooperation with the Covenant of Mayors and Energy Cities
Why it makes sense for our municipality to decarbonise – main obstacles overcome and what comes next
Keynote presentation: Circular economy for material and energy – the Kalundborg exampleHans-Martin Friis Møller, Kalfor, Denmark
City planning in need for decarbonised solutionsProf. Brian Vad Mathiesen, Aalborg University
SuperHomes Ireland: providing technical assistance to local citizens retrofitting their house into an “A” energy rating standardPaul Kenny, Tipperary Energy Agency, Ireland
Stakeholder engagement for achieving decarbonisationHelen Andrews Tipper, Carbon Trust
Clearing the skies of BejingCooper Zhao, CECA, China
Project café introducing the DryFiciency Project
What role for industry in a decarbonised society?Moderation and introduction: Eric Delforge, Mayekawa
Renewable energy as driving source for Commercial buildingsEva Stal, IKEA
Challenge of energy saving in the brick industryDirk Saldsieder, Wienerberger
What to do with excess heat from copper smelting and recycling
Mukund Bhagwat, Aurubis
Energy challenges: The case of AIRBUSPascal Danthony, AIRBUS
Energy for MarsIngeborg Peters, Mars International
Insights from the futureIntroduced by the ‘youth ambassador’, Jelle Meus, YERA
End of the Conference (Day 1)
Heat Pump City of the Year AwardsCeline Fremault, Minister of Energy of Brussels Region
Trondheim presentation
Berlin presentation
Vienna presentation (Winner HPCY 2017)
End of DecarbHeat Day one
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The impact of digitalisation on heating and cooling
Keynote speech: Facing the challenges of digitalisation in the heating sectorDr. Oliver Grün, Grün Software
Future impact of heat pumps on energy management applications of buildings Dr. Andreas Bühring, Viessmann
A digitalisation strategy for heatingPhilippe Duchene, Danfoss
Digitalisation: threat or challenge for electricity utilitiesDaniele Agostini, Enel Group
Improved controls for smart heat pumps Biagio Lamana, Carel
Project café introducing the Peakapp Project
How do we use demand side flexibility to shape the energy system?
Our way to all electric society: Future solution design
Dr. Christian Hille, P3 Group
The benefit of microgrids for load shaping and grid extension
Scott Kessler, lo3energy
Can heat pumps provide the much needed flexibility to the grid?Sam Warburton, Innogy
How smart is smart enough – buildings and the future of heating and coolingOliver Rapf, BPIE
Bringing buildings’ smartness to the electricity marketFrauke Thies, Smart Energy Demand Coalition (SEDC)
Insights from the futureThe ‘youth ambassador’, Ruben Baetens, 3E
End of Decarb Heat Conference