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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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HARP project ends

The HARP project has ended after three successful years of motivating the replacement of inefficient heating systems. Over this time, we have reached almost 9 million consumers with our campaigns. Supported by the principle that you can only act on what you know, the HARP strategy relied on the energy label as the preferential tool […]

Energy Labelling for Existing Heating Appliances – Lessons from the HARP Project – Watch it again!

On 19 July 2022, the HARP consortium was hosted by BUILD UP – the EU portal for energy efficiency in buildings in Europe for a webinar. The webinar presented the HARP project, highlighting its results and the lessons from the last three years. It also featured presentations on the HARP methodology and about the prospects […]

HARP Final Conference – watch it again!

The HARP project is coming to an end, but its relevance is more apparent than ever.  On 1 July 2022, HARP hosted its final conference at Mostra Convegno Expocomfort in Milan, presenting the results of the project, lessons learned and how the HARP methodology can be implemented in the future. With the energy transition at […]