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23. International trade fair and Congress for Heating, Cooling and CHP

17.-19. April 2018 / Messe Frankfurt a. Main, Germany / Hall 4.2

Schedule: Section I and II, Tuesday 17 April 2018

 

Section I

Section II

The future of work in the energy supply sector

The future of district heating – hopes and reality

 

11:15
Digitisation as a means of ensuring process excellence
Dr Henning Prüß, HDPadvision GmbH, Wiesloch
Dr. Claus Zopff, Indevo GmbH

11:45
Building a strong team for success – staff development and qualification
Hans-Joachim Mayer, MVV Energie AG, Mannheim

12:15
Lunch break and visit to trade fair


How to: tips and tricks for district
heating technology

14:00
Networks at the limit – the scope for optimisation
3S Consult GmbH, Munich

14:30
How incorrect measurements cost money
Oswald Reppert, Vattenfall Europe Wärme AG, Berlin

15:00
Performing work on district heating systems during operation –update on the revision of FW 432 ‘spot-drilling’
Reinhold Fastabend, RheinEnergie AG, Cologne

15:30
coffee break

 

 

 

 

11:15
What will it take to achieve the heating revolution by 2030?
Stefan Lochmüller, N-ERGIE AG, Nuremberg
John Miller, AGFW e. V., Frankfurt am Main

11:45
EU winter package and ETS - impact on CHP and district heating
Dr. Andreas Schnauß, Vattenfall Europe Wärme AG, Berlin
Dominika Moczko, AGFW e. V., Frankfurt am Main

12:15
Lunch break and visit to trade fair

Implementing the heating revolution – opportunities and challenges

14:00
District heating and consumer protection – political and legal developments
Dr. Norman Fricke, AGFW e. V., Frankfurt

14:30
CHP tenders – always looking ahead to the next deal
Ullrich Rheinfeld, FHW Neukölln AG, Berlin

15:00
Heat networks 4.0 – update on the funding programme
Jörg Maßmann;
Control (BAFA), Eschborn, pending, German Federal Office for Economic Affairs and Export

15:30
Coffee break

Future developments in district heating – taking the rough with the smooth

15:45
Critical infrastructure District heating distribution –
security in the era of digitisation
Wolfgang Siedler, Stadtwerke Hannover AG

16:15
The cut-throat heating market – primary energy factors for district heating under pressure
Boris Lubinski, AGFW e. V., Frankfurt

16:45
Renewable energies in urban district heating networks – completed

innovative projects

Christian Stadler, Arcon-Sunmark GmbH, Regensburg

17:15
Conclusion of discussion

17:30
End of lecture series

Support and tools for heat supply companies

15:45
Cartel monitoring, regulation and road cable laying rights – what are the upcoming challenges for district heating?
Adolf Topp, AGFW e. V., Frankfurt

16:15
AGFW sample contract for CHP plant services
Dr Stefan Ludewig, BS ENERGY –Braunschweiger Versorgungs-AG & Co. KG

16:45
Heating cost comparison – sales tool providing active support in customer acquisition
Michael Wolf, AGFW e. V., Frankfurt

17:15
Conclusion of discussion

17:30
End of Section

 

 

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