Here you can follow Chess Setup's participation in some events, conferences and congresses, along with information regarding Chess Setup's meetings, workshops and webinars.

Final Conference of CHESS SETUP

September 17, 2020

On September 18th 2020, we successfully celebrated the Virtual Final Conference of CHESS SETUP. The plan was to held a physical final conference meeting, but due to COVID19 situation all around Europe this plan was suspended and the Consortium opted finally for an online conference/live webinar. 

All the partners had an active role and presented to all the participants the outcomes of the project, the key exploitation results and the transferability of the system towards Nearly Zero Energy Buildings with its innovative approach to thermal energy storage, energy efficiency and self-sufficiency, including a final Q/A debate session (you can read the collection report here). We had a guest speaker (Alejandro del Amo - Abora Solar) and a Visual Thinking summary of the event (by Ale Listen & Draws).

If you could not attend the event or wish to visualize it again, you can watch the full recording on Youtube here and the live-stream here

Webinar 2: An innovative approach to Thermal Energy Storage and Self-Sufficiency in Buildings

December 18, 2019

CHESS SETUP 2nd webinar to discuss about Thermal Energy Storage and Self-Sufficiency in Buildings. 

The Energy Performance Building Directive (EPDV, 2010) states that by 2020 all new buildings should reach “nearly zero-energy” performance levels using innovative and cost optimal technologies with integration of renewable energy. The use of Thermal Energy Storage (TES) in buildings in combination with space heating, domestic hot water and space cooling has recently received much attention. This is the special topic of the webinar with the collaboration from RELaTED, SunHorizon and HYBUILD projects coordinators. 

Link to the report here (SPA) and to the presentation below. 

Solar auto-production roadmap: Barriers and opportunities

October 23, 2018

The final conference of the ProSumE project (Enabling Energy Prosumers Services) was celebrated this monday in Valencia with the participation of Las Naves, València Clima i Energia, Climate-KIC, Universitat Politècnica de València, Universitat de València, AVAESEN, IVACE and Greenpeace, among others.

It took place in a context of recent important changes in the Spanish legislation related to solar energy production, which have removed some legislative and administrative barriers and, as some of the speakers said, have helped improving the acceptation and knowledge of this technology among citizens.   

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