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Heating Appliances Retrofit Planning

Motivating consumers to plan the replacement of their heating systems for a more efficient alternative

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HARP will develop an application providing consumers with an indicative assessment of the performance and costs of their heating system

and accompany them in the replacement process, informing about efficient alternatives, benefits and support schemes.

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An energy label for installed heating with just a few clicks: Discover the HARP online tool!

The way we heat our homes in the EU today weighs heavily on the environment and our household budgets. Today the HARP project releases an online tool which will enable consumers in 5 EU countries to assess the energy efficiency of their installed heating appliance, and support them in finding a more efficient alternative. As […]

New reading: learn about co-benefits of heating solutions

As part of the preparatory work for the HARP online tool (to be launched on 25 January 2021), we undertook a study on the co-benefits of switching to more efficient heating solutions (improved comfort, air quality…). The aim of this study was to identify and assess the set of co-benefits associated with each heating solution […]

HARP at INEA’s Clustering Event for H2020 Contractors

The HARP project was invited to participate in a clustering event organised by INEA – the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) – focusing on social science and humanities in the energy transition as well as public acceptance of renewable energy sources. The event was held online on the 20 November 2020, gathering project leaders […]