"A Heat Action for 2030 and beyond"


28 Jun 2013


Sustainable Dev.
- the heat and cooling sector stakeholders draw important conclusions for the future -

Press release

"Restructuring Europe's heating and cooling supply will provide affordable comfort, faster decarbonisation, and a more resilient energy system" policymakers and experts heard today at the EUSEW High Level Policy Conference Session "A Heat Action for 2030 and beyond" organised in Brussels by COGEN Europe and Euroheat & Power in collaboration with the Heat Coalition. More highlights from the seminar can be found in the Heat Coalition press release here.

The organisers would like to thank once again the speakers and participants for sharing their insights on the role that heat and cooling can play in the forthcoming 2030 EU climate and energy policy framework and beyond. The presentations delivered today and photos from the event are available here.

The Heat Coalition is also pleased to share its contribution to the public consultation launched in the framework of the Green Paper "A 2030 framework for climate and energy policies".



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