On 31 May, the REPLACE project invited HARP to its webinar ‘Towards Renewable Heating & Cooling: Replacement of Inefficient Systems in the Residential Sector’
The goal of the webinar was to communicate on the REPLACE project and present the REPLACE Heating System Calculator, which, like HARPa, aims to guide consumers in calculating the renovation of their homes. It was also an opportunity to exchange about HARP as both projects share similar objectives and could develop synergies.
Federica Sabbati, secretary general of EHI, represented the HARP consortium at the event. She presented the HARP project, its objectives, the first results and the ongoing replication in non-participating countries. She also participated in the roundtable focusing on the main challenges and drivers for the uptake of Renewable Heating & Cooling in Europe.
About 30 participants watched the webinar, the recording of which is available here.
REPLACE is EU-funded project that aims to motivate and support people in eight different countries (Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, North Macedonia, Slovenia, and Spain) to replace their old heating systems with more environmentally friendly alternatives. Simple renovation measures that reduce overall energy consumption are also part of the programme.