Warming up for thermal energy from surface waters – the practical lessons learned so far
Government bodies on all levels in the Netherlands have embraced the ambition of 49% CO2-reduction in 2030. Not only solar and wind power can contribute to this task, water also is a source for sustainable energy.
Especially thermal energy from surface water (TESW, or TEO in Dutch) has a large potential. Recent research has learned that, through TESW, a significant part of the Dutch demand for heat and cold can be fulfilled. And that TESW is technically, financially and socially feasible. However, regional water authorities and municipalities need each other to substantially utilize the TESW potential.
The Dutch Water Authorities UvW, Rijkswaterstaat, and the Foundation for Applied Water Research STOWA invite you to the TESW Festival: an interactive meeting centered by practical cases concerning TESW. Experts will take the floor, but moreover early adapting practitioners from municipalities and water boards will share their TESW experiences with you.
This event is Dutch spoken.