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Room Arena 21, Museumsquartier, Museumsplatz 1, 1070
13:3024 Feb 2020
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    The next Decarb Cities conference will be hosted in Vienna, on the 25th and a networking dinner will take place the evening prior to the conference on the 24th of February! Take this unique opportunity to learn more about new trends and technologies in urban energy transition, maintaining local air quality, reduction of urban heat islands and provision of a fair share of cities in the fight against global warming.

    About the Decarb Cities Conference

    An increasing share of humans live in cities. This trend requires no-pollution solutions to maintain local air quality, reduce the effect of heat islands and provide the fair share of cities in the fight against climate change.

    DecarbCities forum will address this challenge and will present technical and organizational solutions to cities, in particular when it comes to the replacement of existing fossil combustion technology using polluting fuels such as coal, oil and gas. The location of the conference, Vienna, is particularly suited to connect eastern and western cities, discussing which solutions are applicable to the specificities of the East European building stock.

    The program will include high-level discussions on urban planning and development, European energy policies, and on the capabilities and future application of urban energy systems.

    Who should participate?

    The Decarb Cities conference will give a unique opportunity for stakeholders to discuss the European Heat Pump Association’s main fields of work: zero emission heat supply, circular energy economy and cities, challenges and solutions in cities. Therefore, this event is particularly relevant to 

    • City, national and EU representatives
    • Energy and city planners
    • Planning officers
    • Building operators
    • Social housing companies
    • Solution providers from the heating and cooling industry,
    • Researchers in the fields of buildings, energy and sector integration


    EU policy makers, city representatives, national goverment representatives, industry, academics, urban energy planners, suppliers of energy systems and urban energy experts from private and public institutions.