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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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sHARPen and heat your memory – Play our memory game! 

More than 60% of currently installed heating technologies in Europe are older than 15 years and inefficient, causing high energy consumption, CO2 emissions and high heating bills.   However, there are plenty of new, efficient heating technologies to suit different needs and save people money while helping the environment.  Want to learn more about what is […]

Expanding energy labelling for existing heating appliances beyond the project – watch our workshop

On 29 March, HARP hosted an online workshop on extending energy labelling for existing heating appliances. Attended by more than 50 participants, the event focused on the goals of the HARP project, what has been achieved and how to replicate the tool in non-participating countries.   The first section of the event highlighted the why, what […]

Extending energy labelling for existing heating appliances – Take part in our online workshop!

Save the date – HARP will organise an online workshop on extending the energy labelling for existing heating appliances beyond the project on Tuesday 29 March 2022, from 10:00 to 12:00 CET. What is the aim? The HARP consortium successfully defined energy labelling methodologies for existing heating system, both for space and water heating and […]